HORSHAM, Pa. – The Ukrainian American Sport Center Tryzub has postponed this year’s Ukrainian Independence Day Festival – the 29th annual – from Sunday, August 23, to Father’s Day, Sunday, June 20, 2021. Tryzub did so in order to safeguard the precious health and safety of its members, member families and volunteers, the communities that it serves, and the general public.
In addition to celebrating Ukraine’s independence, the rescheduled festival hopes to also celebrate freedom from the constraints and restrictions of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Tryzub’s 30th annual festival celebrating Ukraine’s independence will still take place on its originally scheduled date of Sunday, August 22, 2021.
Although Tryzub anticipates that each of the two festivals in the year 2021 will proceed, in accordance with the schedule and content that have become a tradition, legal constraints and concerns for health and safety may still alter the ultimate date, content, program and/or format of one or both of them; require special measures and procedures and/or otherwise affect either or both festivals.
Tryzub also said that it will make efforts to schedule some smaller, legally permissible and properly regulated community gatherings and will announce them as the summer progresses.
Readers are encouraged to frequently visit Tryzub’s website, www.tryzub.org, for updates and additional information and clarifications; they may also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tryzubivka, as the sports center is known, is located at Lower State and County Line roads in Horsham, Pa.