A great big Superbowl-sized "ДЯКУЄМО" to everyone who sold and bought raffle tickets in our 2012 Super Bowl Raffle, in support of Oseredok!
2012 OSEREDOK SUPERBOWL RAFFLE WINNERS
February 5, 2012
FIRST QUARTER SCORE:
Correct – No Winner
Reverse – No Winner
SECOND QUARTER SCORE:
Correct – M. Pawlyshyn - $100
Reverse – D. Bousquet - $25
THIRD QUARTER SCORE:
Correct – M. Paetsch - $100
Reverse – M. Karpa - $25
Correct – M. Kulyk - $200
Reverse – A. Hawaleshka - $25
BECOME A PYSANKA WRITER...sure you can!
Go on - admit it! You've always been intrigued by how those pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs) are made.
And you've always wanted to try your hand at making one, but didn't know where to start!
Here's the perfect opportunity!
Open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm.
Talisman, Decorative Art, Identity Marker
ERIN MOURE, Poet
Launch of The Unmemntioable
Join us for the launch of The Unmemntioable
a new book of poetry by Erín Moure
with an evening of varied voices on Ukrainian identity and experience in poetry and film
Each poet and filmmaker will briefly present their work, followed by an open discussion of ideas on home, identity, experience and displacement.
Moderated by Dr. Alison Calder.
March 3, 7:00 p.m.
Oseredok Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre
184 Alexander Ave. East
Erín Moure is a
poet, essayist and translator of poetry from Galician, French, Spanish and Portuguese. She has published 16 books of poetry and a book of essays in English, and poems, reviews and essays in many countries. Her new work, The Unmemntioable, is an investigation into subjectivity and experience in Montreal Ukraine and . Alberta
Alison Calder is an award-winning poet and eco-critic, specializing in prairie literature and regionalism. Her book Wolf Tree won the Manitoba Book Award for best first book and best book of poetry, and was a finalist for the Gerald Lampert Award and the Pat Lowther Award.
Maurice Mierau is a Winnipeg writer, editor and teacher. His first book of poems is Ending with Music, and his second book, Fear Not, won the ReLit Award for poetry in 2009. He is past president of the League of Canadian Poets.
John Paskievich is an award-winning Ukrainian-Canadian documentary filmmaker and photographer. His 2001 film My Mother’s Village delves into the experience of Ukrainian-Canadian identity and displacement, and his short film Ted Baryluk’s Grocery won a Genie Award in 2006.
SPRING IS IN THE AIR
Oseredok Boutique is gearing up for its first big event of 2012 - SPRING FAIR! and JEWELRY SALE!
Friday March 23 - 10am to 9pm and Saturday March 24 - 10am to 4pm
Featuring artisans and jewelry-makers MARIYA, PATTY M. KIW, and DANGLE-ICIOUS DESIGNS!
Plus - lovely ideas for home decor, everything you need for your Великодний кошик (Easter basket), and wonderful gift ideas for showers, weddings, and graduations!