Festival to celebrate Ukrainian culture in Forty Hall, Enfield

Festival to celebrate Ukrainian culture

Festival to celebrate Ukrainian culture

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A festival will take place to celebrate Ukrainian culture.

The Spirit of Ukraine will be held this Sunday in Forty Hall, Enfield. It will feature traditional dances and music, food, egg painting and embroidery.

The Mayor of Enfield Ali Bakir and Enfield North MP Nick de Bois will attend, as well as Andy Hunder, director of the Ukrainian Institute in London.

It has been organised by The Association of Ukrainians in Britain.

Joanna Pasicznyk, from East Barnet, who helped organise the event, said: “It’s a festival to showcase our traditions. I want to show that we have a lot of history.”

The festival takes place from 12pm to 5pm.

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1:06am Sun 7 Sep 14

Stepan says...

Seton, you are what Moscow calls a "Useful Idiot" by reproducing Moscow propaganda. Look up Molotov Ribbentrop Pact august 1939 where Stalin gave the OK for Hitler to invade Poland which started World war 2 and secondly Ukraine's resistance UPA fought NAZI Germany and Russia for Ukraine's independence. IN fact Ukraine's nationalist leader Stepan Bandea declared UDI of Ukraine against Hitler's wishes and ended up being arrested and put in a concentration camp. For part of WW2 it was German bombs BUILT BY RUSSIAN STEEL that bombed London. Stalin was on Hitler's side initially and only switched sides when Germany decided to invade USSR.
Seton, you are what Moscow calls a "Useful Idiot" by reproducing Moscow propaganda. Look up Molotov Ribbentrop Pact august 1939 where Stalin gave the OK for Hitler to invade Poland which started World war 2 and secondly Ukraine's resistance UPA fought NAZI Germany and Russia for Ukraine's independence. IN fact Ukraine's nationalist leader Stepan Bandea declared UDI of Ukraine against Hitler's wishes and ended up being arrested and put in a concentration camp. For part of WW2 it was German bombs BUILT BY RUSSIAN STEEL that bombed London. Stalin was on Hitler's side initially and only switched sides when Germany decided to invade USSR. Stepan
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