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1538 Cumberland St., Pittsburgh PA 15205
Publicity Contact: Karen A. Mesaros
20-Member Slovak-Rusyn Youth Ensemble from Presov Slovakia
May 21, 2006 - Dinner Theater, Johnstown PA
April 22, 2006, Pittsburgh, PA -- A twenty-member folklore youth ensemble,
"Saris" from Presov, Slovakia will present a Slovak-Rusyn Dinner Theater
program, Sunday, May 21, 2006, Aces Banquet Hall, 316 Chestnut St., (Cambria
City) Johnstown, PA. Doors open at 3 p.m., dinner served at 4 p.m. followed
by the show and social dancing.
For complete program details and reservation info, please see
Advance ticket reservations required. Tickets may reserved online, via mail
to Slovak Cafe or purchased at the official ticket outlet, the BOTTLE WORKS
Ethnic Arts Center located 411 Third Ave., (Cambria City) in Johnstown.
BOTTLE WORKS hours are Tuesdays thru Fridays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All checks and money orders should be made payable to
Reservation deadline is May 18, 2006. Admission is $18 Adults, $8 Youth
(ages 10-17), ages 9 and under admitted free of charge. Admission includes
dinner buffet and show. Cash bar, raffles and marketplace also available.
Group discounts available for reservations of 16 or more (2 tables) made at
the same time. Please see reservation form for more details. If interested
in tentative bus/carpool plans from Pittsburgh and Greensburg areas, please
or call (412) 922-2235.
Your support and promotion of this event will be greatly appreciated.
Karen A. Mesaros
Advertising & Promotion Specialist
Webmaster, Slovak Cafe
---------- ABOUT SARIS YOUTH FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE -------------
Detsky folklorny subor "SARIS"
(Youth folklore ensemble, "Saris")
The children's folk ensemble, "Saris" from the Basic School of Mikulas
Moyzes was established with the initiative of director Mr. J. Saloka in
November 1995. Mr. Jozef Piroh, dance instructor was the organizer and
choreographer. The ensemble has three sections, dance, music and choral.
Each section has approximately 40 members of which 20 will be present during
the May 21st performance. Members of the ensemble are not only of the Basic
School but also students of other schools in Presov and its vicinity. The
goal of the ensemble is to preserve and disseminate folk traditions of the
Saris region. During almost 5 years of existence, the ensemble has performed
180 shows in Slovakia and abroad including Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland
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