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The Center participates in the inaugural festival of the Franklin Township Cultural Arts Council.
Despite the tumult and bloodshed in Ukraine, the Center celebrated the struggles for independence past and present in a diverse and rousing concert.
Annual meeting provided many opportunities for networking and professional development.
The Francuzenko Papers greatly strengthen the Center's collections documenting Cold War-era international broadcasting
The Chomicky and Tockston families donate the archives of their ancestor Fr. Gregory Chomicky, one of the first Ukrainian Orthodox priests in the US.
The Center launches the Family History Group with a half-day workshop.
The Patriarch Mstyslav Museum at the Historical and Educational Center was recently honored to be the recipient of a collection of approximately 100 Eastern Christian icons.
Linda Norris explores the intersection of Ukrainian food, culture, and history.
The Center celebrated 22 years of Ukrainian independence with music and dance.
On August 5, 2013, an unexpected package arrived at the Center containing church records from the 1920s and 1930s that were previously thought to have been lost or destroyed.