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Cheremosh Seeking Community Outreach Employee


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The Ukrainian Cheremosh Society with Summer Jobs Canada is seeking a well organized, proactive individual for the position of Community Outreach Worker.  The Community Outreach Worker will assist in marketing and promoting the Society’s upcoming events and programs, updating community informations; and facilitate summer programming.
Eligibility:
Must be currently enrolled as a full-time student at a community college or university and returning to full-time studies in the following year. Read more…

Cheremosh’s New and Improved Studio: A Landmark for Edmonton and Our City’s Performing Arts Community


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Graham Currie , President - The Cheremosh Ukrainian dancers have called several buildings “home” during their 44-year history. Eight years ago, after an ambitious initiative to own our own studio, that dream was realized when Cheremosh purchased the St. Paul Roman Catholic church in the historic northeast Edmonton community of Beverly. This in itself was a huge accomplishment. Volunteers within the organization worked together to build the studio floor to make the studio ready for rehearsals. Read more…

Cheremosh Dance Festival Celebrates 30 Years


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The Ukrainian Cheremosh Society is excited to invite you to the 30th Anniversary of the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Festival! Planning is underway to celebrate this 30-year milestone, to introduce some new features, as well as to maintain the traditional aspects of the festival that participants have enjoyed for three decades!
This year’s Festival committee is comprised of a group current dancers of the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company who are committed to making the Festival an enjoyable and memorable experience for all Read more…

Cheremosh Display at the Alberta Legislature


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Visit the Alberta Legislature pedway to see An Ensemble of Colour and the Cheremosh costume display. As a part of its 40th anniversary celebrations in 2010, Cheremosh commissioned Alberta artist, Larisa Sembaliuk Cheladyn to create a painting representative of its history. The result is the 16-foot watercolour capturing 40 years of Cheremosh’s regional variations of costuming that is now on display in the Legislature pedway. Read more…