Winter Tales: A Russian “Old Year” Celebration

Kalinka Dance Ensemble of Baltimore and Funklore Russian Costume Theater present Winter Tales: A Russian “Old Year” Celebration! Traditionally, Russians celebrated the New Year in mid-January each year. This is because, until the 20th century, many Russians used a different calendar (known as the Julian or Orthodox calendars) to mark the time. Today, Russians use a standard (Gregorian) calendar, but still celebrate the “Old” New Year in mid-January.
Come learn about this, and other, Russian winter holiday traditions, meet Father Frost and the Snow Maiden, play traditional Russian instruments, watch a folk puppet show, and immerse yourself in festive Russian singing and dancing! Recommended for ages 4 and older. The program is in English and Russian.
Mask wearing is required for ages 2 and older and proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required for those 12 and older for entry.

Sunday, January 16 at 4:00pm to 5:15pm

Sandy Spring Museum
17901 Bentley Rd, Sandy Spring, MD 20860

Topic

Arts + Culture

Audience

Family Friendly

Website

https://www.sandyspringmuseum.org/eve...

Cost

$20

Group
Sandy Spring Museum
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