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Celebrate Slovak Mardi Gras @VOMA - Featuring Halusky Cooking Demo

Sustainable Environmental Economic Partnership (SEEP sro)

Sunday, February 19, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)

Johnstown, PA

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Adult - Slovak Fašiangy Ended $5.00 $1.27
Youth (6-11) - Adult - Slovak Fašiangy Ended $2.00 $1.10

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Event Details


It's Mardi Gras (Fasiangy) time, Slovak-style! Activities include....


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Cooking Demonstration:
Authentic Bryndza cheese halusky cooking demo by Dennis Ragan (Indiana, PA)


Speakers
Travelogue of Kamienka, Slovakia by Kay Ann Lichvar-Cober (Berlin, PA)

Pierogi Making Discussion by Randy Horbal (Johnstown, PA) - Author of Gourmet Perohi & Savory Folklore Sauces


Gallery Exhibit & Vendors
Slovak travels photo gallery exhibit by SEEP sro
SEEP sro import info on Slovak bryndza (sheep's cheese) and Slivovica (plum brandy)
SEEP sro tour info (Kosice, Slovakia)
Genealogy and heritage displays by Erica Murgas-Reighard
Slovak Imports Co. (vendor) by Dan Kisha
Pierogi Merchandise (vendor) by Randy Horbal

Halushky tasting and light refreshments will be served.
BYOB for 21+ with proper ID

$5 Adult $2 Youth (age 6-11)

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MEDIA RELEASE

Slovak Fašiangy (Mardi Gras) event to feature authentic Slovak bryndza cheese halusky cooking demo

Slovak company to host ethnic event at Venue of Merging Arts 
in Johnstown, Pennsylvania


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 26, 2012, Pittsburgh, PA - The Sustainable Environmental Economic Partnership (SEEP sro), a Slovak-American partnership from Kosice, Slovakia will host a Fašiangy (Slovak Mardi Gras) on Sunday, February 19, 2012 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The carnival-like celebration will be held at The Venue of Merging Arts located at 305 Chestnut Street in the National Historic District of Cambria City in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

The event will feature an authentic Slovak halusky cooking demonstration by Dennis Ragan (Indiana, Pennsylvania) using bryndza sheep’s cheese. Other activities include a travelogue presentation by Kay Ann Lichvar-Cober (Berlin, Pennsylvania) who will discuss her personal story of family research and discovering family in the Carpatho-Rusyn village of Kamienka (Kamjunka) Slovakia and discussion on pierogi making by cookbook author, Randy Horbal (Johsntown, PA) who will also have merchandise for sale. The VOMA gallery will feature a Slovak photography exhibit, a genealogy and heritage display along with merchandise for sale by Slovak Imports Co., (Johnstown, Pennsylvania).

Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for ages 6 to 11. Halusky and light refreshments will be served. BYOB is permitted for age 21+ with ID.

Tickets will also be available at door.

Have questions about Celebrate Slovak Mardi Gras @VOMA - Featuring Halusky Cooking Demo? Contact Sustainable Environmental Economic Partnership (SEEP sro)

When & Where



Chestnut St
305 Chestnut St
Johnstown, PA 15906

Sunday, February 19, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)


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Sustainable Environmental Economic Partnership (SEEP sro)

A Slovak-American partnership from Kosice, Slovakia

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