You are invited

Absolutely Free!

Enjoy an end-summer Farmer’s Market and BBQ. Listen to music, walk the street fair with antique cars, handicrafts and modern art. Talk with the mayor.

Buy some fresh vegetables.

And for a small donation, preserve a piece of history:

put clay on the log walls of the Sawchuk Summer House.


Schedule of Events

Please join our dignitaries and local community representatives for an opening ceremony at 11:00am. Ceremony will take place at the Sawchuk Summer House on the grounds of the Basilian Fathers Museum.

8:30am – Vendor displays and sales open at.

9:00am – Morning coffee at the Basilian Fathers Museum, starting at 

11:00am  – Opening ceremony, with remarks from Oleksandr Danyleiko, Consul General of Ukraine, and Orysia Boychuk, UCC-APC President

11:30 – a question and answer session with Larry and Lillian Ruptash, and Deserrie Ruptash, from the new movie “They Who Surround Us.”

In the program:

Live Music – Tanya Bombak (singer)

Country Sunshine (Norm Walcheske and Pearl Kuhn)

Chris Kyrzyk, bandura

Callina Artymko and Marianna Artymko, violins

Farmer’s Market

Local produce from the Scotford Hutterite Colony

May Bee Honey



Prairie Scented Candles

Ceramic Cottage

AB Designs (glasswork and gemstones)

Jim Stefaniuk (decorative items)

Artables (ceramics)

Mary Artymko (art pieces)

Mundare Seniors (pyrohy sales)

Linda’s Linens

Fruits of Her Loom (textiles)

Carol Heinrichs (crocheted items)

One Red Shoe Studio / Persephone’s Garden

Be ready to take part in scavenger hunt and win prizes!

Stop by the museum table to enter the drawing for door prizes

Don't miss free give-aways from the museum!

Cultural Displays

Basilian Fathers Museum

Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore

Joyce Sirski-Howell, Ukrainian cookbooks and research project on summer houses

Edmonton Antique Car Club Farm machinery

On-Site BBQ

Stawnichy’s Mundare Sausage

Quality Pizza and Subs

Live radio broadcast by Country 106.5 (Vegreville) from 10:00am to noon

Our sponsors:

Location of the festival:

Across from the Basilian Fathers Museum, near the Stawnichy’s Sausage.