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Cheremosh Festival: Calling All Vendors


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The Cheremosh Dance Festival is planning its second annual Cheremosh Market at the Festival.  Vendors selling homemade or handcrafted goods, Ukrainian dress and decoration, and food items are invited to be a part of the Festival Market.
The Cheremosh Festival is expecting to attract over 5000 people this year over the 4 days, and is the largest Festival of its kind.  The Festival is open to the public and there is no admission cost to attend or watch the performances. Read more…

Seasons Greetings From Cheremosh


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From the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company and the Cheremosh School of Dance, we would like to wish you and your family and friends a wonderful Christmas holiday, and a prosperous New Year. It has been a very successful, and a challenging year. This Holiday Season, our Cheremosh family will be keeping Mykola and Sasha in our prayers, as well as fondly remembering all those who have gone and are now shining so brightly above us. Read more…

Cheremosh Recognized in House of Commons


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On November 17th, MP Peter Goldring made a Statement in the House of Commons recognizing Cheremosh’s 45th Anniversary. “Mr. Speaker, since 1969, the Cheremosh Ukrainian Dance Company, founded by Chester and Luba Kuc, has enthralled thousands in Canada and around the world.”
“Featuring traditional dance and song from a kaleidoscope of colourful folkloric-costumed youth, the creatively choreographed productions of Cheremosh have toured to great international delight and acclaim. Read more…

Cheremosh mourns the loss of Olena Kanevets


With hearts filled with deep sorrow, the family of Olena Kanevets announces her passing on Monday, October 20, 2014, at the age of 46, following a courageous battle with cancer.
 Beloved wife of Mykola and cherished mother of Sasha, Olena will be sorely missed, and held dearly in their hearts forever.
 Olena was born in Koloyema, Ukraine on July 10, 1968. Read more…