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Upcoming events

    • 17 November 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • 26 January 2019
    • 12:00 PM
    • Visitor’s Center kitchen and Classroom or at the Lenz House, Old Economy Village, Ambridge PA

    Old World Cooking Classes featuring Rusyn recipes with Old World Catering

    Known for reviving and preserving those cherished recipes of the old world, Ambridge resident John Righetti will hold a series of classes to teach how to make some of our region’s ethnic favorites. Then you can make them for parties, family dinners and gatherings with friends. You will learn how easy these time-honored recipes are to make and the regional variations on each so you can use the same basic recipe with very different tastes.

    Classes are on Saturdays from 10 am-12 p.m.  at the Visitor’s Center kitchen and Classroom or at the Lenz House, Old Economy Village, Ambridge PA.   Each class is $35 and includes all your food supplies. Take home what you make!

    Subscribe to the whole series and save. Sign up now for all 3 classes and pay only $90. A savings of $15!

    Class 1 Sat.  Oct. 20 Polenta (Class Completed)

    Polenta—Europe’s other Pasta, classic to Northern Italy. But did you know there are polenta recipes from Croatians, Romanians and even Carpatho –Rusyns? Come learn how to use this imported corn meal to make dishes that include tasty sides and main entrees. We will learn two north Italian recipes, then some eastern European versions --- with imported sheep’s cheese!

    Class 2 Sat. Nov. 17 Soup’s On!

    Just in time for winter. Hearty European soups you can make from scratch. Let’s start with creamy potato/bean/sour cream soup, then Carpatho-Rusyn pumpkin soup (nothing like what you expect!) then the Vegan Italian Tuscan bean soup. All 3 soups are meatless.

    Class 3 Sat. Jan. 26 Stuffed cabbage and halushky

    These two classic east European dishes—learn them both! Whether you call them holubky, sarma, golabki or toltott kapusta, stuffed cabbage are easier to make than you think – and each nationality has its own recipes. Learn the basics and how to regionalize it so that your stuffed cabbage are classically Polish… or Hungarian …or…

    Halushky – it just means pasta in East European languages so cabbage doesn’t have to be a part of it. Learn to make the Carpathian Mountain version—potato dumplings, then 4 dressings that can be used with them to make this the ultimate side dish – or dessert!

    To register, contact John Righetti at 412 518 7149 or rusynone@gmail.com.

    • 16 December 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Parma Library, 6896 Powers Blvd, Parma, OH (next to hospital)
    Register

    What                     Kolodej,  Food and  Recipes for the Christmas Holidays

    When                    December 16, 2018        

    Where                  Parma Library,  6896 Powers   Blvd,  Parma, OH  (next to hospital)

    Time                      2:00-4:00 pm

    Do you know any of the carols that were a huge part of our ancestors’ celebration of  Christmas?  Would you like to learn?   Retired cantor,  Ed  Bobulsky, has graciously offered to teach us these special songs.   We hope to have some booklets for you to take home, so please call and register in advance  so that we may have enough  for all.  We will also share foods and recipes of the season.  FREE Call  (440) 331-3856 to register.

Past events

11 November 2018 Cleveland Chapter: “Our Flag Still Waves”
26 October 2018 Cleveland chapter: Celebrate the founding of the country of Czechoslovakia in 1918
21 October 2018 C-RS Annual National Meeting - Correction
14 October 2018 Youngstown-Warren: Fr. Marek Visnovsky present a program on ICONOLOGY
16 September 2018 Cleveland Chapter: One World Day at Cleveland Cultural Gardens
15 September 2018 Youngstown chapter: Annual Vatra
15 September 2018 Youngstown Chapter's Annual Vatra
06 September 2018 Slavjane Folk Ensemble is holding an open meet and greet at the Carpatho-Rusyn Cultural Center
22 July 2018 Cleveland Chapter presents the 2nd annual "Dining with Duchnovich"
12 July 2018 Cleveland Chapter: PERSECUTIONS SUFFERED BY RUSYNS IN SLOVAKIA DURING WW II AND AFTERWARDS
24 June 2018 Cleveland Chapter: The Differences and Similarities Between Rusyns and Slovaks
10 June 2018 C-RS President Emeritus John Righetti - Being Carpatho-Rusyn …its complicated!
31 May 2018 100th Anniversary of the Pittsburgh Agreement
12 May 2018 Slavjane Folk Ensemble in Concert May 12
29 April 2018 Cleveland Chapter: “Tips and Tricks on Using FamilySearch.org in Your Eastern European Genealogy Research”
29 April 2018 Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter Sponsors: “Wooden Churches of Rusyn Areas In Eastern Europe”
18 March 2018 Meet and Greet with Bishop Milan Lach, SJ
25 February 2018 Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Presents: Even Tears Were Not Enough
04 February 2018 Comparing the Genealogy Giants: Ancestry, Family Search, Findmypast and MyHeritage” by Sunny Morton
19 November 2017 Honoring our Veterans Film documentary on life of Sergeant Michael Strank "Our Flag Still Waves"
11 November 2017 Cleveland Chapter - Converting Many Forms of Media to Digital Format
29 October 2017 C-RS Annual National Meeting
26 October 2017 CARPATHO-RUSYN DAY - Cleveland City Hall
19 October 2017 Eastern European Congress of Ohio Present by the Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter
15 October 2017 Cleveland Chapter - Iconography
17 September 2017 Cleveland Chapter - Presentation on Vistula Operation
27 August 2017 One World Day
26 August 2017 Vatra Time in Ohio
23 July 2017 Dining With Duchnovich
10 June 2017 41st annual Slavjane Folk Ensemble Concert
03 June 2017 The Vatra is Coming!!
07 May 2017 Introduction to the Cyrillic Alphabet by Paul Burik
02 April 2017 Comparison & Contrast of Easter & traditions in Europe and US
05 March 2017 Symbolism and History of Wooden Church Interior Architecture
25 February 2017 Uncovering & Publishing the History of PA's Carpatho-Rusyns
19 November 2016 Carpatho-Rusyn Society - 2016 Annual Meeting
12 November 2016 Cooking Lesson in Parma - Traditional Christmas Foods
22 October 2016 Genealogy Research in Cleveland
17 October 2016 C-RS Participation in the 16th Annual Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International Conference
09 October 2016 Carpatho-Rusyns: Myths and Stereotypes - A presentation by Paul Robert Magocsi
08 October 2016 Carpatho-Rusyns: Myths and Stereotypes - A presentation by Paul Robert Magocsi
07 October 2016 European Ukraine or Eurasian Russia - Presentation by Magocsi
02 October 2016 C-RS at Cleveland Museum of Art's 100th Anniversary
19 September 2016 Blessed Theodore Romzha Seminary Choir
18 September 2016 C-RS National Goals for the Present and Future
10 September 2016 4th Annual Youngstown/Warren/Sharon Chapter Rusyn/Slovak Picnic & Vatra (Bonfire)
28 August 2016 C-RS Cleveland Chapter at the 100th Anniversary of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens
05 August 2016 23rd Annual Rusyn Food Festival
30 July 2016 8th Annual Southwest Vatra Piknik
09 July 2016 C-RS Participation in Pittsburgh Bicentennial Parade
09 July 2016 Carpatho-Rusyn Society at the Youngstown State University Festival of Arts
18 June 2016 Carpatho-Rusyn Society at Simply Slavic
16 June 2016 Cemeteries, Tombstones, and More
21 May 2016 Pittsburgh-Style Oldies
03 May 2016 Sing-along with Jerry Jumba

The Youngstown/Warren/Sharon chapter was chartered in 2000, and services a 30 miles radius around the city of Youngstown Ohio.

President - Jim Basista



Carpatho-Rusyn Society

915 Dickson St.
Munhall, PA 15120-1929
412-567-3077
www.c-rs.org

The Carpatho-Rusyn Society is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to manifesting Carpatho-Rusyn culture in the United States and supporting Rusyn culture in the Homeland in east central Europe. It works to educate Rusyns and non-Rusyns about Rusyn culture and history, and to support the development of Rusyn culture on both sides of the Atlantic. As a membership organization, it boasts over 1,800 members worldwide who support the organization's work through their annual contributions of dues as well as voluntary contributions to funds that support Rusyn cultural development abroad as well as humanitarian aid for Rusyn communities in Europe.

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