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June 2018

VT – Neringa Talka / Work Weekend

June 2, Saturday, 8:00 AM - June 3

Saturday, June 2, 8 am – Sunday, June 3, 6 pm

We can’t wait to see Neringa’s friends come and help prepare the Neringa campsite for the summer once again during the annual Talka / Work Weekend. If you are planning to attend, please contact director Regina at regina@neringa.org or call 978-582-5592.

Camp Neringa, 147 Neringa Road, Brattleboro, VT 05301

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IL – Bird watching trip

June 2, Saturday, 8:00 AM

Mr. Tadas Birutis and Baltic Jesuit Advancement Project invites you to the bird watching trip “In the footsteps of Fr. Saulaitis”. Trip will take place in Lemont vicinity, on Saturday, June 2nd, 8 AM. Please, register by phone (630)243-6234 or by e-mail: lithjesuit@hotmail.com.

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NEW YORK’S ANNUNCIATION PARISH CELEBRATES Fr. VYTAUTAS VOLERTAS’ 25th ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINATION

Sunday, June 3, 10 AM – Fr. Vytautas Volertas is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood! New York’s Annunciation parish will commemorate this occasion following the 10 AM Mass on Sunday June 3rd. The parish will host a luncheon in the parish hall to mark this special anniversary. Everyone is cordially invited to attend!

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Ateitis Foundation Summer Picnic

Sunday, June 3, 12 pm
Ateitis Foundation, 1380 Castlewood Drive, Lemont, IL 60439

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NY – Cocktail Mixing Fundraiser

June 3, Sunday, 2:00 PM

On Sunday, June 3, 2 – 6 pm.

Please join Tautos Fondas for their 2nd Annual Cocktail Mixing Fundraiser.
We will explore how to make tasty drinks from some of the well know liquors from Lithuania, such as Midus, Trys Devynerios, Krupnikas, Bočiai. Free tasting and baked goods. We expect a glorious afternoon in our SLA back yard!

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Žibuoklė Martinaitytė: Female Composers’ Festival
Karen Bentley Pollick (Violin & Viola): Female Composers’ Festival
Sun Jun 3rd 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Spectrum, 70 Flushing Avenue, Garage A, entrance between Cumberland and Carlton, Brooklyn, NY 11205

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OH – Lithuanian Pensioners Luncheon

June 7, Thursday, 12:00 PM

Thursday, June 7, 12 pm

The Cleveland Lithuanian Pensioners Club hold a luncheon on the first Thursday of every month at the Lithuanian Club’s Gintaras Dining Room.

Lithuanian Club & Gintaras Dining Room
877 E. 185 St., Cleveland, OH 44119
(216) 531-8318

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IL – LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings

June 7, Thursday, 7:30 PM

LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings
Thursday, June 7 at 7:30 pm
LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings at 14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439

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CA – The 13th annual Baltic Picnic

June 9, Saturday, 10:30 AM

Baltic Picnic 2018 and 100-Year Anniversary of Baltic Independence
Saturday, June 9th, 10:30 am
Kennedy Grove Regional Recreation Area
6531 San Pablo Dam Road, El Sobrante, CA 94803

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On Saturday, June 9 at 7 pm Lithuanian Army and Pennsylvania National Guard Bands will be perform in concert at the Lithuanian Music Hall (2715 E Allegheny Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134). Admission to the concert is free.
Before the concert, starting at 5pm, you can have a dinner with the bands for $20 per person, ($10 for youth under 16 for a child portion) prepared by Linos Lithuanian Food from New Jersey. Lithuanian cepelinai will be plentiful!
Advance registration is required to reserve entrance to concert and for the dinner through Eventbrite.

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IL – Bowling for Lithuania

June 9, Saturday, 7:00 PM

Bowling for Lithuania
Saturday, June 9, 7 pm
Tivoli Bowling Lanes, 938 Warren Ave., Downers Grove, IL 60515

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Lithuania’s Independence Centennial Celebration continues in Vilnius’ Song Festival and afterward, the Republic of Lithuania on July 9-10-11 will hold a three day State funeral reburying Lithuania’s Declaration of Independence Signator prof. Mykolas Biržiška, his wife Bronislava Biržiškienė, his brothers’ prof. Vaclovas Biržiška, prof. Viktoras Biržiška, from LA Calvary Cemetary and Chicago’s Lithuanian National Cemetary to Vilnius’ Rasų Cemetary next to fellow Declaration of Independence Signator Jonas Basanavičius.

The Los Angeles Farewell Mass and Celebration of Life will be on Sunday, June 10 at 11 am St Casimir’s Church celebrated by Msgr. E. Putrimas and Pastor Rev. Tomas Karanauskas, Tolimi Aidai.

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June 14, the Day of Grief and Hope, when the Soviets commenced the genocide of the Lithuanian people.

Please join us on Sunday, June 10, at 12:15 pm at the Lithuanian World Center (14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439) in commemorating all who endured during this most difficult period of our history.

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OR – The Day of Mourning and Hope

June 14, Thursday, 4:00 PM

Thursday, June 14 at 6 PM – 7 PM

We invite everyone to gather at the Lithuanian Wayside Shrine in Grotto (8840 NE Skidmore (NE 85th and Sandy Blvd), Portland, OR 97220) to sing the Lithuanian anthem and remember those who died due to Soviet deportations.

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The Rotary Club of Chicagoland Lithuanians 10th Anniversary and 2018-2019 president Inauguration
Thursday, June 14, 7 pm
111 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60604

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Part of the annual Writers Block Festival of Staged Readings and Performances to Benefit the Actors Fund

Howl! Happening is pleased to present When Lithuania Ruled the World—a play cycle in four parts by Kestutis Nakas. Featuring a cast of East Village performance veterans including John Kelly and Edgar Oliver, this is the first time the play cycle has been presented in its entirety. The event marks the centennial year of independence for modern Lithuania. When Lithuania Ruled the World traces the rise of the medieval Lithuanian Empire, invoking the myths, legends, and worldview of Europe’s last pagans. By turns tragic, comic, ridiculous, romantic, and grotesque, the play tells story of a dynasty that forged a tolerant, polyglot, multicultural empire while resisting conquest and forced Christianization by crusading Teutonic knights.

Written in Nakas’ trademark “iambic funtameter” style, this sprawling work was first presented in New York’s East Village at the Pyramid Club, La MaMa, and Anthology Film Archives in the 80s and early 90s.

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NJ – Fine Arts & Crafts at Brookdale Park

June 16, Saturday, 10:00 AM - June 17

I would like to invite you to Fine Arts and Crafts at Brookdale Park on June 16-17. I am very happy to be participating with my pottery. The show features 160 fine artists and fine crafters and has been selected as one of Sunshine Artists Magazines top 200 shows in the country.

June 16-17, 2018
Brookdale Park, Watchung, Bellevue and Grove Avenues, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
10 AM – 5 PM
FREE Admission

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IL – LWC Charity Golf Tournament

June 16, Saturday, 12:00 PM

Lithuanian World Center Charity Golf Tournament 2018
Saturday, June 16 at 12 pm
Old Oak Country Club (14200 S Parker Rd, Homer Glen, IL 60491)

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OR – St. John’s Midsummer festival

June 16, Saturday, 2:00 PM

Please, join us for the St. John’s Midsummer Festival on Saturday, June 16th at the Rooster Rock State Park (shelter A).

Event starts at 2 PM, and ends at 10 PM.

Address: Rooster Rock State Park, shelter A
Exit 25, highway 84, Corbett, OR 97019

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OH – St. John’s Midsummer festival

June 16, Saturday, 3:00 PM

Saturday, June 16 at 3 pm
St. John’s Midsummer festival at Hueston Woods State Park, Oxford, OH.

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NJ – St. John’s Midsummer festival

June 16, Saturday, 4:00 PM

Saturday, June 16 at 4 pm
St. John’s Midsummer festival with music band from Lithuania – Dinamika!!!
For more info please call: Edita Margeviciute Mykolaitis – 848.466.9011 / Asta Suminskiene – 732.597.8486 / Kostas Maštauskas – 630.440.4775 / Lina Jefimova – 732 534 1972
Lakewood Estonian House (4 Cross Street & East Veterans Hwy, Jackson, NJ 08527)

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IL – Meeting with Aurima Dilienė

June 16, Saturday, 6:00 PM

Saturday, June 16, 6 pm

Meeting with a psychotherapist Aurima Dilienė at LWC (14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439).

aurimadiliene.com

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NEW YORK COMMEMORATION OF DAY OF MOURNING AND HOPE (IN MEMORY OF LITHUANIAN VICTIMS OF COMMUNIST TERROR).

On Sunday, June 17th, immediately following the 10 AM Holy Mass in the Lithuanian language in the Annunciation parish hall, the New York City Chapter of the Lithuanian-American Community, Inc. will commemorate the Day of Mourning and Hope in memory of the victims of mass deportations of Lithuanians to Siberia which began on June 14, 1941.

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Part of the annual Writers Block Festival of Staged Readings and Performances to Benefit the Actors Fund

Howl! Happening is pleased to present When Lithuania Ruled the World—a play cycle in four parts by Kestutis Nakas. Featuring a cast of East Village performance veterans including John Kelly and Edgar Oliver, this is the first time the play cycle has been presented in its entirety. The event marks the centennial year of independence for modern Lithuania. When Lithuania Ruled the World traces the rise of the medieval Lithuanian Empire, invoking the myths, legends, and worldview of Europe’s last pagans. By turns tragic, comic, ridiculous, romantic, and grotesque, the play tells story of a dynasty that forged a tolerant, polyglot, multicultural empire while resisting conquest and forced Christianization by crusading Teutonic knights.

Written in Nakas’ trademark “iambic funtameter” style, this sprawling work was first presented in New York’s East Village at the Pyramid Club, La MaMa, and Anthology Film Archives in the 80s and early 90s.

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Part of the annual Writers Block Festival of Staged Readings and Performances to Benefit the Actors Fund

Howl! Happening is pleased to present When Lithuania Ruled the World—a play cycle in four parts by Kestutis Nakas. Featuring a cast of East Village performance veterans including John Kelly and Edgar Oliver, this is the first time the play cycle has been presented in its entirety. The event marks the centennial year of independence for modern Lithuania. When Lithuania Ruled the World traces the rise of the medieval Lithuanian Empire, invoking the myths, legends, and worldview of Europe’s last pagans. By turns tragic, comic, ridiculous, romantic, and grotesque, the play tells story of a dynasty that forged a tolerant, polyglot, multicultural empire while resisting conquest and forced Christianization by crusading Teutonic knights.

Written in Nakas’ trademark “iambic funtameter” style, this sprawling work was first presented in New York’s East Village at the Pyramid Club, La MaMa, and Anthology Film Archives in the 80s and early 90s.

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IL – LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings

June 21, Thursday, 7:30 PM

LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings
Thursday, June 21 at 7:30 pm
LWC Outdoor Cinema Evenings at 14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439

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DC – Baltic Centennial Midsummer

June 23, Saturday, 11:00 AM

The Embassies of the three Baltic countries invite everyone to Dupont Circle on Saturday, June 23 at 11 am to join in celebrating Midsummer, one of the most awaited holidays of the year. Midsummer marks the longest day and the shortest night of the year, signifying the sun’s victory against night and darkness. The Midsummer celebration, which predates the arrival of Christianity in the Baltic region, is known as Joninės in Lithuania, as Jāņi in Latvia and as Jaanipäev in Estonia. The strong and enduring pagan connection to nature has influenced both ancient beliefs and the modern cultures of the Baltic people.

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Sunday, June 24, after 11 am Mass
St. John’s Midsummer festival at PLC (14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439)
Traditional games, folk music, lottery, delicious food, drinks and so much more!

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IL – LAC Summer picnic

June 24, Sunday, 12:00 PM

LAC Summer Picnic
Sunday, June 24, 12 pm
Lithuanian World Center, Picnic Area (14911 E 127th St, Lemont, IL 60439).
Lemont Chapter of the Lithuanian-American Community

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October 2018

On Oct. 21 at 12:30 pm in the Lithuanian World Center (Lemont, IL), “Child’s Gate to Learning” will organize its annual fundraising fall lunch “Derliaus pietūs”. Attendees will enjoy a good meal, see a brief musical program, and try their luck in the raffle. Proceeds help the organization continue supporting 11 after school centers in Lithuania attended by at risk family’s children.

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IL – DRAUGAS annual banquet

October 14, Sunday, 1:00 PM

Please come and support our newspapers: “DRAUGAS”, DRAUGAS NEWS, and LITHUANIAN HERITAGE.

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