Ukrainian Canadian Congress Hamilton Конгрес Українців Канади відділ Гамільтон
Ukrainian Canadian Congress HamiltonКонгрес Українців Канади відділ Гамільтон

Holy Spirit Ukrainian Saturday School

What: Ukrainian Language and Literature, History, Geography, Religion and Vocal Music

 

Activities: St.Nicholas Day, Shevchenko concert, pysanky and Easter bread baking workshops at Easter and carolling at Christmas, etc

 

When: every Saturday (except statutory and religious holidays)

            9 am  -  1 pm

 

Levels: Kindergarten, grades 1 - 6, English speaking class

 

 

Main Contact: school principal Iryna Dmytrenko  905 318 9304

The William Sarchuk Ukrainian School

 Classes take place every Saturday (except statutory/religious holidays) during the normal school year, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pmThe school is located in the building next door to the church, at 855 Barton St. E.

 

Our classes are set up to provide students with an opportunity to learn conversational Ukrainian as well as become familiar with the culture and traditions of Ukraine, such as St. Nicholas Day, Christmas, Easter and Taras Shevchenko Day.

 

Students get a chance to play Ukrainian games, watch Ukrainian cartoons, and practice traditional Ukrainian crafts.

 

Acting School Director Orysia Ruzhytska 647-687-3700

 

Facebook page: "Ukrainian School at St. Vlad's, Hamilton

 

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