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Pacific Northwest Branch


Chapter Events

Upcoming events

    • 13 April 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (PDT)
    • Highland Park Improvement Club (HPIC), 1116 SW Holden Street, Seattle WA 98106

              The Pacific Northwest Branch of the Carpatho-Rusyn Society

           invites one and all to its 

              Second Annual Pysanky Workshop

               Saturday, April 13, 1:00-4:00 pm

                  Highland Park Improvement Club in West Seattle 

    Learn the beautiful art of pysanky, a folk art of the Carpatho-Rusyn people.  Try your hand at copying traditional designs or enjoy creating your own, as you learn about Carpatho-Rusyn history, culture, and traditions.

    Photo by Donna Pacanovsky

    Registration required by Thursday, April 4, to guarantee materials and supplies for all.

    Register at ak@c-rs.org.  State your name and the number of adults and children attending.

    Before April 4:  Adults $10   Children $5:  guaranteed materials and supplies

    After April 4:    Adults $12   Children $6:  while limited materials and supplies last 

    Refreshments will be served.

                  Highland Park Improvement Club (HPIC)                

                                          1116 SW Holden Street                                             

    Seattle WA 98106   

    Bus line 131        

    Parking available in the lot and on the street. 

    Beware of dangerous street crossing on foot                                         


The Pacific Northwest branch was chartered 2016, and services the states of Oregon and Washington.

Coordinators - Andrea Kaufman

Leslie Lazar Thorn

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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