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222 Avenue M South, Saskatoon, SK
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Winter Hours (Sept. 1st to May 31st):
Sundays: 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours Begin on June 1st:
Sundays: 11:30 am to 4:30 pm
Thursdays: 1:00 pm to 4:30 p.m.
Tours available by calling: 306-270-6033.
To ensure the identity of the Ukrainian people by providing a centre of inspiration for all generations that celebrates, educates and preserves its ethnographic collections which represent the spiritual, material and folkloric cultural heritage of the Ukrainian people. collections.
Musée Ukraina Museum - Contact Us
You may contact us at:
Musée Ukraina Museum Inc.
Saskatoon, SK S7K 8C1
Phone: 306-244-4212 and leave a message.
Musée Ukraina Museum - Membership Fees
Family – $30.00
Senior (60+) or Student – $15.00
Valid from January 1 to December 31
“MARIA” – Lesia Marushak’s
newest exhibition on
– Victims of the Ukrainian Famine
– Genocide of 1932-33.
Musée Ukraina Museum, Saskatoon, is honoured to present the world premiere exhibition of “MARIA” – Lesia Marushak’s newest exhibition on Holodomor – Victims of the Ukrainian Famine – Genocide of 1932-33. The work, in book and exhibition forms, presents Maruschak’s intellectual and emotional response, informed by current research and the stories shared by survivors in the Ukrainian Canadian community she grew up in. Lesia Maruschak is a collector and artist based in Ottawa, Ontario, specializing in photography-based art investigating identity, remembrance and connection.
The exhibition, “MARIA” will run from November 3, 2018 to January 20, 2019 at the Museum, 222 Avenue M South (Sr. Theodosia Lane) Saskatoon.
Open Sundays from 11:30 am to 4:30pm or for an appointment by calling 306-270-6033.
Mondays, October 29, 2018 to January 28, 2019
Interested in learning to play the bandura? Register for your spot in the upcoming beginner and previous experience classes. Instructors are Fr. Ivan Nahachewsky and Loran Chrusch.
Classes run on Mondays, (Oct 29, Nov 5, 12, 18, 26, Dec 2, 10, 17 and Jan 21 and 28 (10 classes), at the Musée Ukrainian Museum (222 Avenue M South, Saskatoon – Sr. Theodosia Lane).
Beginner class (7 – 8 pm) – limit of 10 students – Cost is $100 (tuning included).
Previous playing experience (8 – 9 pm) drop-in free flow sessions determined by attendance – Cost: $10 per session.
Bring your own bandura. (Bandura rental arrangements courtesy of Mohyla Institute by calling 306-653-1944.)
For booking and more information please contact Martin Hryniuk at 306-270-6033 or Andrea Swann at email@example.com.
December 26 & 27, 2018
the Khram (Shrine) of the Nun Martyrs Olympia & Laurentia
and Musée Ukraina Museum
INVITATION to Christmas Programs at the Khram (Shrine) of the Nun Martyrs Olympia and Laurentia (215 Ave M South-Sr. Theodosia Lane, Saskatoon) and Musée Ukraina Museum (222 Ave M South-Sr. Theodosia Lane, Saskatoon).
The Ukrainian Sisters of St. Joseph and Musée Ukraina Museum invite you visit the Khram (Shrine) of the Nun Martyrs Olymia and and the Musee Ukraina Museum for Christmas programming on the evenings of December 26 & 27. Each evening will feature caroling groups, refreshments and the opportunity to view Sr. Theodosia’s Nativity sets from around the world.
Wednesday, December 26 – 6pm to 9pm
Thursday, December 27 – 4pm to 9pm