Ukrainian Community Centre – Association of Ukrainians in Victoria – Noble Park Branch

Ukrainian Community Centre - Association of Ukrainians in Victoria - Noble Park Branch

After WW2 numerous Ukrainian immigrants landed in the areas that included Springvale, Dandenong, Noble Park and the surrounding areas for work. From there, numerous Ukrainians purchased land, constructed their homes, and created a lively community.

The community thrived during the 60’s and the 70’s. In the 60’s and 70’s, the Ukrainian Community school was always in the center of the community and has always been in close contact in conjunction with the Association.

The present community is comprised of post WW2 immigrant’s 2nd and 3rd generation from Australia, Ukrainian migrants from 1991, following Ukrainian independence was declared in 1991. Independence and refugees from Bosnia.

Noble Park holds a special place in many Ukrainians hearts. The park is where everything began. In the school where people attended and then sent their kids. I learned to dance and sing. Participated in regular dances and social events.

They have added to the richness of living in Australia and particularly in this small part of Melbourne.

The Ukrainian Seniors have since the beginning of time. The president of the club Mr. Roman Kitt, assisted by Mrs. Yaroslava Ryszczak organizes every fortnight social gathering that includes food and entertainment.

Recently, their Seniors went to The Cranbourne Botanical gardens and had wonderful time.

If you’re interested in joining, please get in touch with them. Anyone is welcome.

If you’d like to be a part of the group you can contact the President, Roman Kitt at 0447 060 501.

The Ukrainian School in Noble Park provides a substantial Ukrainian curriculum that spans from Kindergarten to Year 12. The classes are held in the Saturday afternoons of Noble Park’s Ukrainian Community Centre in Noble Park.

This school was operating since the 1950’s. It was founded in the 1950’s with the small barak located situated in Noble Park.

Alongside their academic studies, students are also able to take part in community events. For example, in 2009, they participated as part of their participation in the Noble Park Centenary Celebrations.

Through these opportunities students learn communication and public speaking abilities, which gives them confidence and self-esteem. Additionally, academics can benefit not just their language skills but also their overall academic capabilities.

If you’re interested in teaching your child Ukrainian Please contact the school principal or the school’s principal Orysia Stefyn 0422 737 042 737.

The Ukrainian Women’s Association Noble Park is a vital element the community they belong to. They meet on a monthly basis on their Community Centre in Noble Park. The Association is an active part of their local life.

Homin Choir is from Noble Park under the expert direction of prof. Volodymyr Holovko have been playing for a long time. They perform every Monday night in the Ukrainian Community Centre. If you’re interested in joining the choir, you can get in touch with Michael Selemba – 0418 559 599.


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