Aug 06, 2018 | Post by: St. John's Institute Comments Off on Perogies like Baba used to make

Perogies like Baba used to make

Pumping non-stop like a healthy heart, Suzanna Brytan’s ladle dips from pan to plate, serving an unending supply of plump and tender perogies and fuelling Baba’s Bistro with her energy and enthusiasm. Like the restaurant it’s named after, the booth at Taste of Edmonton specializes in Ukrainian comfort food. Both

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Jun 27, 2016 | Post by: St. John's Institute Comments Off on Camp BarVNok latest news!

Camp BarVNok latest news!

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On behalf of the St. John’s Institute (SJI) Board of Directors, I wish to inform you of recent developments in relation to the Camp BarVNok property. No actions are required by you at this time, however considering the importance of the camp property to

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Jun 01, 2016 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

SJI Newsletter UPDATE!

Read on for updates from 2017! Click on Spring 2017 for the PDF. Read on for updates from 2016! Click on Spring 2016 for the PDF.

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May 05, 2015 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

ULEC Informs: Students Read and Draw Their Way to Global Citizenship

January 20, 2015 – In September 2015 Olena Hartsula, the Ukrainian Language Advisor for International Education Services, Alberta Education, initiated a four-month project “Let’s Read Together”. The objectives of the project were to develop global citizenship skills as well as to provide school students with an opportunity to represent fiction

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Feb 27, 2015 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

What’s on @ SJI this weekend!

Friday, Feb. 27 Presented by Peter North and folkwaysAlive! The Winter Roots Roundup Festival is an annual festival that focuses on knitting together the best of folk, roots and blues music through film, workshops and live performances. Session: Women of Folkways, St. John’s Institute, 11024-82 Avenue from 8pm to 11pm.

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Jul 14, 2014 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

SJI hosts after-party for Whyte Ave’s 2014 “Art Walk”

On Saturday, July 12, 2014, St. John’s Institute proudly “walked the [art] walk” by hosting the first-ever live show and AFTER-PARTY for the artists, patrons, and general passers-by of the 19th Annual Whyte Avenue Art Walk. AFTER DARK IN THE PARK brought the studio to the streets, the music to

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May 15, 2014 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

Police Chief Rod Knecht Speaks at the 3rd CEMA Meeting

SJI was pleased to co-sponsor the 3rd Edmonton Editorial Meeting of the Canadian Ethnic Media Association (CEMA) on Wednesday, May 14.  Open to the public, but specifically geared towards representatives, writers and hosts of local ethnic media – print, television, radio and social – the meeting brought together media representatives from

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Apr 23, 2014 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

Canadian-Made Opera Goes UNDERGROUND

Edmonton, AB (April 23, 2014) All the world’s a stage….and Mercury Opera is using every inch of it! The fiercely passionate, uncompromisingly intrepid Daria Parada, Artistic Director of Edmonton’s Mercury Opera, will deliver more than an earful when she brings the voices of 104 Underground:  An Operascape to the Living

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Apr 22, 2014 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

City TV Covers SJI’s Build-A-Basket Event

St John’s Institute welcomed CityTV on Palm Sunday, April 13, 2014 for our Build-A-Basket workshop. The crew captured the sights and sounds (but couldn’t quite capture the smells!) of our guests making Paska and Pysanky among other traditional Easter foods. The clip was aired on Breakfast Television on Easter Monday

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Apr 02, 2014 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

Welcome, Jen: SJI’s new Promotions and Events Coordinator

SJI welcomes Jennifer Rush as our new Promotions and Events Coordinator! Jen’s academic background includes a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta with a major in Evolutionary Biology.  Her experience with broadband television, the publishing industry, intercultural education, and administration across numerous fields including health care and student

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