Czech & Kolache Festival

NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN CZECH & KOLACHE FESTIVAL

SATURDAY & SUNDAY AUGUST 1 & 2, 2015

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

 

SATURDAY AUGUST 1

FRESH BAKED KOLACHES AVAILABLE FOR SALE 10:00 A.M.

(Kolaches are baked fresh on Saturday Morning – Buy one or a dozen!)

BAKING DEMONSTRATIONS BY JOANN VOGEL 11:30 A.M.

JoAnn will demonstrate the art of baking kolaches and other

Goodies from the Czech kitchen!

HAMBURGERS, BRATS, A SPECIALITY “JITRNICE ON RYE”

(Meats furnished by Konop’s Meat Market Stangelville)

CZECH BOOYAH, CZECH DESSERTS, REFRESHMENTS 11:00

WISCONSIN CZECH CHORALIERS, WITH THE

               “MUZIKANTI, POJDTE HRAT”

(Czech singing with band.)   12:30 p.m.

“OLD TIME BRASS”   1:30

Musicians playing the music of yesteryear with the “omp pa pa” of the tuba and the answering of the “Eb horns!”

UNITED MORAVIAN “OMLADINA” (Young Adults) DANCERS 1:30

From Chicago Ill. A non-profit organization that will be celebrating its 76th year this September. They will dance both days at this year’s festival!
BOHEMIAN BUNCH 1:30

Our future old time musicians. Alumni and band students from Pulaski High School playing the Czech Style old time music that has won them awards in state high school music competition.

 

SUNDAY AUGUST 2

FRESH BAKED KOLACHES FOR SALE 9:00 A.M.

“Last Chance — Buy One or A Dozen”

HERITAGE MASS – FATHER BILL O’BRIEN – OK COMBO – CZECH CHORALIERS – 10:30 A.M.

-Czech Heritage Mass –

Czech Music at Mass

Czech Music at Mass

 

DINNER FOLLOWING MASS 11:30

Czech Dinner with Pork, Dumpling, Sauerkraut, Vegetable, Drink and Kolache.

 

Afternoon Entertainment – Jim Pekol Band – Newtonburg Brass Band – Moravian Dancers –

BOTH DAYS

“LEAVING CZECHOSLOVAKIA” ON DISPLAY FROM THE

NATIONAL CZECH AND SLOVAK MUSEUM & LIBRARY

CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA

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Dancing – Singing – Food – Vendors – Baking Demonstrations – Czech Displays & Heritage –

Heritage Farm Historical Buildings Opened!

VITAME VAS (We Welcome You) to the largest Czech Festival in Northeastern Wisconsin. The Festival will be held at the Heritage Farm 5 miles south of Kewaunee on Hwy 42 August 1st and 2nd. Admission both days $8.00 Children 12 and under are free.

For additional information call: JoAnn Vogel @ 920-682-6615 jvogel@tm.net or Orv Konop @920-660-0156. okkonop@aol.com

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