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Ukrainian Pavilion

  • Ukrainian Reading Assoc Hall 1005 Assiniboine Ave Brandon Mb (map)

Operation Hours:

January 28 • 6:00pm - 11:00pm

January 29 • 6:00pm - 11:00pm

January 30 • 1:00pm - 11:00pm

Entertainment: Thursday and Friday Show Times - 6:30, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30

Saturday Show Times - 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30


Large Combo: 6 Perogies, 2 Cabbage Rolls, Kolbasa, Dill Pickle, Sour Cream, Cooked Onion, Dessert - $10.00

Mini Combo: 3 Perogies, 1 Cabbage Roll, Kolbasa, Dill Pickle, Sour Cream, Cooked Onions, Dessert - $7.00

Borscht: 10 oz. Bowl - $3.00

Beverage Prices: Ukrainian Beer(500 ml) - $6.50 • Coolers - $4.50

Domestic Beer And Hard Liquor, Wine - $4.00 • Coffee, Pop, Water - $1.00

Displays: TROIKA TREASURES will have on display many Ukrainian Crafts, Jewelery, Easter Eggs, Souvenirs of all types which will be available for purchase.

The traditional Ukrainian food will feature the ever popular perogies garnished with a new recipe sauce, world’s best cabbage rolls, Ukrainian sausage (Kolbasa), borscht (beet/vegetable soup) and dessert. Besides the regular coffee, soft drinks and domestic liquor, we will offer two imported beers from the Ukraine – Lvivske Premium and Slavutych. Vodka imports from the Ukraine will be available as well.


   The Brandon Troyanda School of Ukrainian Dance and Teren Ukrainian Dancers from Oakburn. will offer dances in their colorful costumes that represent the different regions of the Ukraine. To start every show, the dancers will do the Pryvit, a welcome dance represented by all regions, where they present bread, salt and wheat signifying prosperity and health for their guests. Featured will be the Poltava dance, which originated in Central and Eastern Ukraine, Hutsul dance which originated in Hutsul’shchyna located in the higher parts of the Carpathian Mountains,and the Bukovynia dance, from the transitional highland region between western Ukraine and Romania. Other regions represented are Volyn and Transcarpathia. Tryzub will also offer a taste of traditional Ukrainian songs. The show also features “The Sawchuk Sisters“ two talented young ladies who will sing Ukrainian songs and play some very lively Ukrainian tunes on their violins.

Earlier Event: January 28
Mauritius Pavilion
Later Event: January 29
Metis Pavilion