Those interested in Ukrainian Language, Culture and History now have an opportunity to take pressure-free classes that will help bring understanding to the rich cultural treasures of the Ukrainian lands.  From the acceptance of Christianity in 988 A.D. through the domination by the Russian and then Soviet Empires, right up to current events, these courses are designed to entertain, inform and inspire participants in appreciating the rich and diverse influences that went into the formation of the Ukrainian nation.

Gerdany – Ukrainian Beadweaving – 3 hours
Beginner will enjoy this course in traditional Ukrainian Beadweaving called Gerdany.
Dates: Fall 2019


Pysanky – Ukrainian Easter Egg Adornment – 3 hours
Learning the art of writing traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs. All supplies, including eggs, are provided.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian Language 101- 15 hours
An Introductory course in Ukrainian language study, taught in English and focusing on conversational skills.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian Language 102- 15 hours
The continuation of the Ukrainian language course taught in English and focusing on conversational skills but adding elements of literary significance.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian Language 103- 15 hours
The continuation of the Ukrainian language course taught in English and focusing on conversational skills but adding elements of literary significance.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian History 101- 15 hours
This course lays the foundation for the subsequent classes and takes students through a historic tour of the Kyivan Rus’ period and through the end of the Halych’ko-Volynian Kingdom.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian History 102- 15 hours
This course picks up where 101 left off and takes students from the end of the Halych’ko-Volynian Kingdom period the rise of the Cossacks, “The Hetmanate” period and the growth of Ukrainian National consciousness in the 19th century.
Dates: Fall 2019


Ukrainian History 103- 15 hours
This course completes the journey and covers the major events and individuals in Ukrainian history from the 20th century to current events in Ukraine.
Dates: Fall 2019