The deadline for application and scholarship consideration is Friday, March 2, 2018.
Showing at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic (3523 International Ct NW, Washington, DC) on Friday, January 26th at 6:30 pm is the recent film release, Čiara (The Line), directed by Peter Bebjak. Film Synopsis: Adam Krajňák is head of the family and also boss of a gang of criminals smuggling cigarettes across the Slovak-Ukrainian border. The failure of one of the transports […]
November 17th marks the beginning of the Gentle Revolution (Nežná revolúcia) or Velvet Revolution in 1989. On this date, riot police suppressed a student demonstration in Prague commemorating the 50th Anniversary of a violently suppressed demonstration against Nazi occupation. This event sparked a series of demonstrations in Prague and other cities in Czechoslovakia from November 19th into […]
Please join us on Sunday, December 3rd for our annual celebration of the tradition of Svätý Mikuláš at the Slovak Embassy from 2:00-5:00 pm. We will have a delicious Slovak buffet dinner prepared by the Slovak Embassy Chef, live music by Orchester Praževica, and of course a visit from Svätý Mikuláš. The SASW member […]
Ľudovít Štúr was born October 29, 1815, in the Kingdom of Hungary, to Samuel and Anna Štúr, a teacher, and his wife. From 1829 to 1834, he was enrolled at the Lutheran lyceum in Pressburg (Bratislava) and became a member of the Czecho-Slavic Society in 1828 (serving as deputy-chairman 1835-37), developing an interest in Slavic […]
The Slovak American Society of Washington, DC is holding its fourth annual Café Night at Bistro Bohem (www.bistrobohem.com) to raise scholarship funds for Slovak students attending VSM/City University in Slovakia. Since 1996, the SASW has raised nearly $40,000 and funded partial tuition scholarships for over 50 students in financial need. There will be live Gypsy swing music […]
October 21, 2017 Embassy of the Slovak Republic 3523 International Court, NW Washington, DC 2:00 PM Dr. Paul Hinlicky will give a talk about the prominent Slovak Lutheran intellectual, Samuel Štefan Osusky. Throughout the German mining colonies in “Upper Hungary,” the Reformation message of Martin Luther quickly spread and took hold. By 1670, some 80 percent of the parishes […]
44th Annual Slavic American Festival Sunday, September 10th 12:00 – 6:00 pm Epiphany of Our Lord Byzantine Catholic Church 3410 Woodburn Road Annandale, VA 22003 Ethnic Foods, Live Polka Band, Dancing and Free Polka Lessons, Religious and Folk Art, Handmade Slavic Art and Crafts Cultural Sales, Silent Auction, Farm Market (fresh vegetables/fruits, pickles, jams, jellies, […]