Sugar Creek Slavic Festival
Mike Onka Community Hall
11520 Putnam St
The Sugar Creek Slavic Festival is a celebration of Slavic culture that draws thousands of attendees each year. The event features a smorgasbord of Slavic foods including delicious staples like kielbasa, kabobs, kolaches and strudel.
6th Annual Czech-Moravian-Slovak Festival,
4975 Memorial Drive, La Mesa (San Diego), CA 91942
Saturday, 14 May 2016
The Folklore group Karicka, children groups Podkovicka, Czech School San Diego and our other great guests are preparing for you a program with beautiful dances and songs from Slovak, Moravian and Czech regions.
We will also show you exhibition of traditional costumes, art show with folklore theme, we prepare for you school of Folk Dancing, face painting, gingerbread cookies decorating, games, raffle, and other fun for kids and adults.
35th Anniversary of the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival (MSPIFF).
Showcasing Slavic language films in upcoming festival
The Film Festival is the largest and best-attended spring arts event in the Twin Cities region, and one of the largest and longest running in the country. We premiere over 200 of the best international independent films from 60+ countries for our audience of more than 40,000 festival goers. These films give our community the opportunity to see the world without ever leaving the Twin Cities.
Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul
The Wilson After Harvest Czech Festival is one of the largest festivals in Ellsworth County Kansas. Hosted by the small rural community of Wilson, the festival is known to bring in thousands from all across Kansas and neighboring states.
The festival promotes and honors the Czech heritage, encourages the community and families by providing programs and activities that are appealing and appropriate for all ages.
The Annual After Harvest Czech Festival is held each year Thursday evening through the last Saturday of July.