A slice of Boomdee with a little Mozart on top?
Imagine it’s 1912, Привіт, друз (hello friends), is what your Ukrainian neighbours might have yelled from their horse-drawn carriage as they passed by your farm. Many rural folk happily lived their whole lives within their tight-knit communities, never straying too far. After all, it was such a long journey to get here from ‘the old country’. Travel was a luxury found on the pages of magazines, not for an immigrant farmer with a family to feed. How things have changed in just 100 years. Today we’ll travel together to The Ukrainian Cultural Village, located in north central Alberta. It’s a place to step back to a simpler time.
Please join me….