Sample the culture of the more than 65,000 Ukrainians in the Lower Mainland, at one of the province’s oldest Ukrainian Parishes located in the heart of Vancouver at 3150 Ash Street.
While food is the main highlight of the Ukrainian Food Fair and Bazaar held at St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Parish, there were also tables selling goodies to be raffled off, as well as a silent auction, and crafts. Photo by: Rebecca Blissett (2013) for Vancouver Courier
Ukrainian Food Fair and Bazaar invites you to experience Ukrainian food and culture of this historic Ukrainian community. A hard working group of community volunteers and resident seniors transform the Ukrainian Catholic Centre into a delightful salute to traditional food and culture of Ukraine.
Come and taste the best perogies, cabbage rolls and sausage rings, this side of Winnipeg and practice your ‘Ukrainian’ We are open 11am to 5pm. Saturday December 3, 2016.
In the true spirit of Ukrainian hospitality, admission is free and includes plenty of free parking. Ukrainian foods: perogies, cabbage rolls and sausage rings, home-made preserves, baking as well as Ukrainian crafts. Silent Auction, Rummage Sale, Raffles, Kids Korner and more!
We give thanks to all our donors, neighbours and volunteers for their ongoing support and contribution to our Parish.
This year our event will support Zajac Ranch for children provides camps for children with chronic, life-threatening and/or debilitating conditions. These experiences give participants the opportunity to explore the great outdoors and to enjoy the diversity and beauty of our wilderness surroundings; and the Bridge of Hope which provides support services to underprivileged children in Ukraine.