Plesae join us for our Czech Welcome Back dinner party on Sunday November 7th. This is a true family event, the more the merrier, all are welcome. Doors are open from 1:30pm-5:30pm, enjoy the celebration with music, dinner, and dancing. Adults just $25, children 12 and under $8, toddlers 2 and under are FREE. Beer & Wine included for adults, pop for children. Serving from 1:30pm-4:30pm, while supplies last.
Also celebrating the library and reading room. Enjoy Holiday purchases with a visit to our history booth, Crystal Booth, Czech Slovak Christmas Ornaments Booth, Kolace & Dumpling booth. Also featuring an all day basket raffle. For more information email Renata Greene, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sokol is the oldest non-profit organization still in existence in the greater metropolitan area. The vision that started out in the Czech Republic in 1862 and traveled to the United States with new immigrants of one ethnicity, has become a diverse multicultural organization.
Our main focus is physical fitness for the family and the education of our members and the public to the history and culture of the Czech and Slovak people. In this way, we bring a diverse population together working toward the goal of an educated mind in a healthy body building a strong cohesive community. SOKOL is Czech for "falcon." SOKOL is English for a great group of people bonded by a common ethnicity, heritage or interest. SOKOL has been in the United States since 1865 and has spread from coast to coast and from the northern border to the southern.