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King Richard’s Borscht  A new take on the old Shakespeare tale.

Tatiana Gessen’s Lumina Theater Company, Center Makor, and BraVi Entertainment proudly present the live theater production: King Richard’s Borscht A new take on the old Shakespeare tale.

Sunday, June 19, at 3 PM
Sunday, June 19, at 6 PM

LOCATION: Center Makor, 384 Harvard St., Brookline, MA 02135

Friday, June 24, at 7 PM
Saturday, June 25, at 7 PM
Sunday, June 26, at 7 PM

LOCATION: Puppet Showplace Theater, 32 Stations St., Brookline, MA 02135

The 50-minute show is a new take on the old Shakespearean tale – King Richard.

The performance will be in English, except for a few Ukrainian words for which a translation will be provided.

All proceeds will go to the Inna Tsukrov Charitable Foundation in support of Ukraine. Since the beginning of the war for Ukraine’s independence and integrity, the Inna Tsukrov Charitable Foundation has matched every donation and will continue to do so.

Any questions? Call Boris at 617-256-9652, Inna Tsukrov Charitable Foundation

Friday, June 24, from 6 PM to 11 PM

A Summer BBQ

LOCATION: Ukrainian National Home, 961 Wethersfield Ave, Hartford, CT 06114

Kick off the summer with friends and fellow volunteers for humanitarian aid to Ukraine
Picnic Food, Raffle, and Cash Bar

Saturday, June 25, from 10 AM to 5 PM

Ukrainian mini festival and rummage sale​

LOCATION: St. Mary’s Ukrainian Church Parking Lot, 54 Winter St, New Britain, CT 06051

Please come and join us for the Ukrainian Mini Festival

Please donate your time (making pierogies, prepping potatoes for pancakes), selling at the festival, prepping for the festival, etc.

Money donations. SEE THE CODE ON THE POSTER.
Please donate toys, games, small kitchen appliances, tools, home decor, art, picture frames, fishing gear, dishes, and dish sets. Please donate gently used items only.

All profits go will be split as 50/50 to church and Aid to Ukraine.

Saturday, June 25, from 11 AM to 6 PM

Vermont Stands With Ukraine

LOCATION: 149 Church St, Burlington, VT 05401-8415, United States

Come join us for a unique opportunity for all Vermonters to help those suffering on the daily basis from the horrific war in Ukraine. You will hear from Ukrainian speakers, learn about Ukrainian culture and find out about various ways individuals can help: from donating to vetted organizations to signing up to help Ukrainian refugees in the US.

• All day Fundraising to benefit Ukraine through participating businesses on and around Church Street
• 11:00-6:00PM Silent Auction at information desks
• 1:00PM Rally in front of the Burlington City Hall
• 2:30PM March from the City Hall Steps to the top of the Church St
• 2:45 PM-6:00PM Cultural Program at the Unitarian Church featuring Ukrainian music, food, arts, workshops and more!

Show your solidarity by bringing Ukrainian flags, posters, wearing blue and yellow or Ukrainian shirts.

June 25, 12 PM – June 26, 11 AM

Kupala Night

МІСЦЕ: 427 Goboro Rd, Epsom, NH 03234-4106, United States
«На Купала – нічка мала. В нас на вулиці Купала»
Запрошуємо Вас приєднатись цієї суботи – 25 червня до святкування одного з найбільших літніх свят не тільки в Україні, а й у багатьох європейських народів.
Цього року Беларусы ў Бостане / Belarusians in Boston вже вдруге організовують автентичне святкування Купала і запрошують нашу українську громаду приєднатись.

Можна залишитись на ніч у власному наметі! (Будь ласка, беріть свої намети і все, що потрібно для ночівлі на природі, а також їжу).
Вхід: $30 за дорослого (готівка)
Діти безкоштовно!
Ми там будемо і Вас запрошуємо!
Давайте відроджувати та підтримувати наші традиції!

Sunday, June 26, 2022, from 10 AM to 4 PM

Ukraine and Friends Market

LOCATION: Derby Sq, Salem, MA 01970, United States

Let’s gather to demonstrate Salem’s support for Ukraine and its people. Artists, local businesses, creatures of all colors, shapes, nationalities, languages and religions, come together to celebrate life on the first Sunday of Summer, and send love and good wishes to Ukraine and the world.
She used to feed the world, now she needs our help to survive and heal!🙏

What to expect:
* awesome local artists displaying their work and support for Ukraine
* jewelry workshops by wonderful Sady with 💯% of profits supporting Ukraine
* merchandise representing Ukrainian artists with 💯% of profits supporting Ukraine
* jewelry, masonry and decorations made in Ukraine with 💯% of profits going back to Ukraine
Parking information: salemma.maps.arcgis.com

Local Nonprofits that help Ukraine directly and will be at the event:
Dobro
Ukraine Forward
Sweetanok
The Sunflower of Peace

Sunday, June 26, 2022, from 10 AM to 4 PM

Film Screening and Discussion: The Long Breakup

LOCATION: Regent Theatre, 7 Medford St, Arlington, MA 02474

Please join us in the screening and Q&A with director Kaya Soldak.

Ticket price: $30
http://thelongbreakuparlington.eventbrite.com

100% of proceeds are going to Cash for Refugees. An amazing organization supporting those that fled the war in Ukraine as well as helping those that are still in Ukraine with food, medication and other necessities. Additional donations are welcome, any amount could save a life.

Donations can be made directly to Cash for Refugees, with cash or check, or Venmo @katya-soldak

Enjoy snacks and drinks from the concession stand, and bring your questions.

More information on Cash for Refugees can be found here https://www.cashforrefugees.org/

About the film

The Long Breakup is a feature length documentary about Ukraine’s struggle to escape Russia’s embrace, leave its Soviet past behind and become a truly independent nation. Ukrainian-American journalist Katya Soldak, of Forbes Magazine, now living in New York City, tells the story of her home country as it exits the USSR, works through two revolutions, and endures a war with Russia—all through the eyes of her family and friends in Kharkiv, a large Ukrainian city just 18 miles from the Russian border.

The Long Breakup takes viewers on an intimate journey that illustrates how big geopolitical changes affect people on a personal level, and explores what happens when democracy slips away and a nation must fight for the right to choose its future. The film offers insight into what it’s like for an immigrant to watch her country go through crises from afar; but, most importantly, it’s a personal tale about life in the young, former Soviet country, whose struggle forms the backdrop of so many lives

July 15-17, 2022

Soyuzivka’s Support Ukraine Festival

LOCATION: Regent Theatre, 7 Medford St, Arlington, MA 02474

Join Soyuzivka for live performances this July 15-17, 2022, including vendors, arts & crafts, games, music and much more as we Support Ukraine!

For accommodations and scheduling information, please contact Soyuzivka.

More information to follow!

 

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