To advertise your meeting, performance, sporting activities, banquets,
dances, etc., on the Croatian events calendar, please send all relevant
information to Marko at email@example.com
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Join the discussion at the Croatian Bulletin Boards at:
Verbatim Verboten, the hit invastion-of-privacy cabaret, is back at Frankie
J's, the new restaurant/theatre on Broadway. For a new twist, the audience
at every performance will decide which celebrities' privacy gets violated,
voting before the show for its favorite ten transcripts from among the 50+
available: Charles & Di, Miriam Santos, Tom & Nicole, execs of Texaco and
the Mafia, Tommy Lasorda, Jim Morrison, Britney, Martin & Lewis, and on and
on. Verbatim Verboten has an open run on Mondays, at 7pm. Ingrid Bonne is
among the featured performers! For more reservations call (312)409 1887, ext
1. $5 with reservation and mention that Ingrid sent you! For more
information, contact Ingrid Bonne at: email@example.com.
Saturday July 20
Boduli (http://www.boduli.com) has returned from their BrodFest 2002
performance in Slavonski Brod, Croatia, and is hosting a 21-and-over show at
Martyr's, 3855 N. Lincoln, in Chicago. Split and Bob i Buco will share the
stage. Tickets for $10 are available online at ( http://www.martyrslive.com)
and at the door. Stage time is 8 p.m. Take part in an event that is becoming
a ritual and talked about in Croatian circles all over the U.S.!!! Tell your
friends and don't miss it!!! Hundreds of Croatians, cool live music and
cocktails at a hip Chicago bar known for hosting great local acts.
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Sunday July 14
NK Orlovi will be playing for the championships against the United Serbs.
Game starts at 4:00 p.m. at Croatian Park, located on South 76th Street in
Franklin. Come out and show your support! For more information contact Mate
Simonis at Matebbb@aol.com.
Sunday July 21
The annual Croatian Day celebration will be held at Croatian Park on South
76th Street in Franklin. The day will start off with a morning Mass
beginning at 10:00 a.m. Music will start at 12:00 p.m. and go until 10:00
p.m. Among the groups featured are the Vis Millenia from Hamilton, Ontario
and the Eddie Vidmar & Tony Gorenc Orchestra. Barbecued Pork, Lamb, Chicken,
Cevapcici, and Bratwurst will be served starting at 11:00 a.m. Croatian
baked goods will also be sold. Admission is $3 and parking is free! For more
information, contact Mike Hrdi at Michael.Hrdi@med.ge.com.
Thursday August 29
Milwaukee CFU Tamburitzans will be hosting Podravski Muzikasi from Croatia,
starting at 6:30 p.m. It will be held at Sacred Heart Church Hall, 49th &
Wells. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for under 12. Food and beverages
will be available. For more information, contact Rudy Pesut at (414)427-0003
April - August
The Croatian Heritage Museum is pleased to announce the exhibit, "Croatians
in Sports". The exhibit pays tribute to Croatians around the world for their
sports achievements. There are such sports giants as the Kostelics, Sukor,
Ivanisevic, Kukoc, Cosic, Petrovic, as well as American-Croatian sports
heroes; Roger Maris, Mickey Lolich, George Mikan, Fritzie Zivic and many
more. The idea for the exhibit came from the research and record keeping of
Mr. Steve Nekich, of Cleveland. Steve has gathered sports statistics of
Croatians around the world and verified their Croatian roots. This is the
first time that we are aware of that any organization has created a Croatian
sports exhibit. The response has been fantastic with several people offering
info that they had in their procession about Croatian sports figures. We
welcome such donations and encourage others to do the same.
The Museum is located in the American-Croatian Lodge, Cardinal Stepinac,
34900 Lakeshore Blvd, near the intersection of Rte. 91 and Lakeshore Blvd,
Eastlake, Ohio. The Museum is open Friday evenings from 7 PM to 10 PM and
most Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Also special arrangements can be made
for group tours.
And while you are at the Lodge you can plan to enjoy a Croatian meal at
Dubrovnik Garden Restaurant located in the Lodge. For more information
please contact Robert Jerin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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