Join Vyshyvanka Day Celebrations Across Canada!

Join us in celebrating Vyshyvanka Day, held traditionally on the third Thursday of May every spring, by wearing a Ukrainian embroidered shirt. Vyshyvanka Day is intended to unite all Ukrainians over the world, regardless of religion, language, or their place of residence.
In past years, there have been many celebrations in our communities across Canada! This year the Ukrainian Canadian Congress is partnering with the Vyshyvanka Association to encourage all Canadians to organize and participate in the Vyshyvanka Day celebrations in their communities between May 15-26, 2019. We hope this year even more people will join!

Vyshyvanka Day Celebrations Around Canada:

ALBERTA

Edmonton

May 16, 2019 – Wear your Vyshyvanka to work!

 

MANITOBA

Winnipeg

Oseredok – Vyshyvanka Unites! Don’t miss wearing yours on May 16th, 2019 and join them for a walk at 6:30 pm from the Legislative Ground

 

QUEBEC

Montreal

May 19, 2019  2pm

2220 McGill College Ave

Walk in Vyshyvankas

NOVA SCOTIA

Halifax

Planning underway, stay tuned!

 

ONTARIO

Ottawa

May 25, 2019 6pm -midnight

911 Avenue Carling, Ottawa, ON K1Z, Canada

Social – LUC

 

Toronto

1:30 PM – 2:30 PM

Vyshyvanka Parade starts at 1:30 pm at 2445 Bloor St W

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Vyshyvanka Gathering starts at 3:00 pm at High Park

4:58 PM

NOTE: 12:30 pm – Vyshyvanka Auto Rally starts at 5555 Dundas St W

4:59 PM

NOTE: Пригощання від Halenda’s одразу після концерту

5:00 PM

NOTE: 6:00 pm – Танці у вишиванці – концерт гурту “Друга Ріка” у Торонто

 

London, ON

May 26, 2019 12:30pm

Concert

London Ukrainian Centre

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Victoria

May 20, 2019

Vyshyvanka Day

Ukrainian Cultural Centre

Vancouver
May 26, 2019
2pm
Central Park
If you plan an event, please share the details by contacting us at  nationaloffice@ucc.ca, and we will publish it on our website and social media channels so that others can attend or follow.
Vyshyvanka Association members are planning to have a photo flash mob to unite our communities across Canada. We ask people to take a photo of themselves and tag #vyshyvankacanada2019 to create a map of Canada (similar to here, details will follow).

 

 

 

Updates: 

Vyshyvanka Association launched a petition to recognize Vyshyvanka Day as the official holiday of Canada. Video here.

We encourage you to take pictures of your family, friends and co-workers wearing vyshyvankas. Please don’t forget to add #vyshyvankacanada2019, @ukrcancongress to your social media posts.

 

 


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