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(E) Midwest Croatian Calendar of Events May 2002
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  05/17/2002 | Cro World Calendar | Unrated
(E) Midwest Croatian Calendar of Events May 2002

 

To advertise your meeting, performance, sporting activities, banquets,
dances, etc., on the Croatian events calendar, please send all relevant
information to Marko at stecak@earthlink.net 

The online version of the Calendar can be found at:
http://www.midwest-croatians.org 

In Focus this month on Midwest-Croatians.org, Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in
Omaha!

Join the Croatian Sports Weekly e-mail list by e-mailing Ivan Rados at:
rados@icom.ca
 

Join the North American Croatian Relief Newsletter by e-mailing Robert
Soptic at: soptic@prodigy.net 

Join the Detroit Croatia club at:
http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/detroitcroatia 

Check out TamburaLand at http://www.tamburaland.comfor the latest on the
Croatian tambura scene.

Join the discussion at the Croatian Bulletin Boards at:
http://croatia.allhere.com 

Chicago

Mondays
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: ingybonne@yahoo.com

Tuesdays & Thursdays
Free Yoga classes are being held at the Croatian Cultural Center. Class
times are from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Participants will learn how to have:
vibrant health and energy, reduce stress, improved concentration, nomalize
weight and blood pressure, increased strength and flexibility, assistance
with injury and back pain, improved circulation and complexion, better sleep
and need for less sleep, inner peace and serenity. Wear comfortable clothing
and bring an exercise mat. Please come to class 15 minutes early. For more
information contact Mirna at (312) 320-9340 or mirna@adriaticsunshine.com

Friday May 17
Croatian singer Sinisa Vuco will be performing at the Croatian Cultural
Center on 2845 W. Devon Ave. starting at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $25 in
advance, $30 at the door and $15 for children 6-12 years old. Children under
6 are free. For tickets or information call the Croatian Center at
(773)338-3839, or Ivan Vasilj at (773)764-1775, or e-mail Bruno Rasic at
BruRasic@aol.com
.  Tickets are also available every weeknight at the Center's
bar, so stop in and buy for your family.

Friday May 24
Drazen Zecic & Band will be performing at St. Jerome Hall located on 2801 S.
Princeton. Concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at
the door. For more information and tickets, please contact Dusko Kraljevic
at (773)285-1986, Nevenka Jurkovic at (773)525-8571 and Ivo Kosir at
(847)677-5349.

Sunday May 26
Croatian Society Karlovac is holding its annual picnic at its scenic
picnicgrounds. There will be live Croatian music, dancing, food (pig and
lamb) & drink will be on hand for all to enjoy. Picnic grounds are on a
lake, and fishermen are invited to bring their fishing gear! For more
information, including driving directions, contact Frank Radman at
radmanf@attbi.com
,  John Drazenovic at (773)406-0759, and Branko Vardijan at
(773)617-0105.

Detroit

Sunday May 26
Come celebrate Croatian Independence Day at this annual picnic hosted by the
Croatian American Center. Live music provided by V.I.S. CROATE from
Hamilton, Ontario. A soccer match between the Croatia Detroit over 40 team
and the Croatia Detroit first team will begin at 2:00 p.m. As always
barbeque lamb, chicken and pork will be available for sale. The Croatian
American Center welcomes all guests to come celebrate Croatian Independence
Day with good music, good food and good drinks. All the ingredients for a
wonderful time. For information regarding this event please contact: Ferdo
Talan via e-mail: ftalan@aol.com  or contact the Croatian American Center
direct at (586)726-8480.

Friday June 7
Everybody is invited to another Youth meeting where all topics concerning
young Croatians are open to discussion. If any questions, feel free to
contact fra Nikola frapasalic@aol.com or Leo at leosuper@yahoo.com

June 2002
All Matches for the World Cup 2002 will be available to watch at the
Croatian American Center in Shelby Township, MI. Plans are in place to get a
big screen T.V. and a Satellite Dish installed. For any information
regarding these games feel free to contact the Croatia Detroit Soccer Club
via e-mail: nkdetroit@aol.com
 
Kansas City

No new events listed.

Milwaukee

Saturday June 1
Croatian Independence Day will be celebrated with a dinner and concert at
Sacred Heart Croatian Church Hall located on 917 North 49th Street. Dinner
will feature roast chicken and roast pork. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and
dinner starts at 6:00 p.m. Music will be provided by Underground. Tickets
are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. For additional information, contact
Karlo at (414)259-9467.

Ohio

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 rjerin@adelphia.net

Sunday May 26
Croatian Youth Club of Cleveland is co-organizing the celebration of
Croatian Independence Day 2002. The celebration will be held at the Dom in
Eastlake, starting at 5:00 p.m. Guest speaker: dr. Miroslav Tudman from
Croatia. Afterwards, a concert featuring Drazen Zecic. Tickets are $20 for
general public, $15 for Youth Club members. For more information, please
contact Marko Jelic at mtjelic@yahoo.com


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