Vechornytsi were traditional gatherings of young people with music, songs, jokes, games and rituals and were very popular in the old days. At these parties people cooked delicious dinners, created folk art objects, met new friends and socialized.
Ukrainians in Seattle will join Ukraine and the international community in honoring the victims of the Holodomor of 1932-33, the genocide that was one of the many attempts to destroy the Ukrainian nation by the Russian invader.
Join our meeting and discussions with Ruslan Gorovyi – a Merited Journalist of Ukraine, author of the “Children’s Search Service” TV show, documentary and short film director, musician and songwriter, playwright, writer and author of collections of novels and stories, civil activist, volunteer.
The Ukrainian community and Green Seattle Partnership are planning a large tree planting event. About 50 volunteers will come together to plant about 400 trees and shrubs with a goal to express gratitude to Seattle, Washington State and USA for welcoming our Ukrainian refugees and to commemorate those killed in Ukraine by Russian aggression.