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2019 Fort Ross Festival

 

Saturday July 27: 10 am - 6:30 pm

Традиционный фестиваль исторического наследия пройдет в этом году в субботу, 27 июля, в старинной крепости Fort Ross.

С 10 часов утра и до 6:30 вечера здесь будут выступать музыкальные и танцевальные, этнические коллективы. В частности, индейцы племени кашайя и выходцы с Аляски алеуты покажут искусство игры на барабанах.

Выступят ансамбль балалаечников из Сан-Франциско, женский вокальный ансамбль "Китка" из Ист-Бей, хор "Славянка", русский дом "Кедры" и другие коллективы.

Гостей ожидают также костюмированные представления, выставка-продажа изделий ручной работы из дерева, кожи, кости, залпы старинных мушкетов и пушек, катание верхом на лошади и на старинных повозках, блюда традиционной русской кухни и многое другое.

Подробности на сайте fortross.org.

Fort Ross Festival 2019

19005 Coast Highway One, Jenner, CA 95450

Tel. 707-847-3437

Schedule (subject to change)

9:00  Divine Service - St. Nicholas Cathedral, San Francisco (Chapel)
10:30 Russian Orthodox Procession to the cemetery & Panikhida
11:00 Bell Ringing: Victor Avdienko, Bell Ringer & Percussionist, SF Symphony (Chapel)
11:00 Russian American History Video Contest Presentations (VC auditorium)
11:00 Story Time with Mrs. Rotchev (Rotchev House)
11:30 Tea Tasting (Kuskov House)
11:30 San Francisco Balalaika Ensemble (Fur Warehouse)
11:30 Archaeological Tour with Glenn Farris (outside south sallyport gate)
11:30 Story Time (in Russian & English) - with Marina Pavlova - near Chapel
11:30  Windmill presentation
12:00  Second Annual Fort Ross Borsch Cook-Off (Fort Compound Kitchen)
12:00 Kedry - Traditional Russian games & circle dances (Fort Compound)
12:30 Slavyanka Chorus - Sacred Songs (Fort Ross Chapel)
12:00 Fort Ross History & Trade Presentation (Fur Warehouse)
1:00 Militia & Cannon Demonstration
1:00 - 1:45 Dirty Cello Live Americana Music (Call Picnic Area)
1:30 Tea Tasting (Kuskov House)
1:30 San Francisco Balalaika Ensemble (Fur Warehouse)
1:30 Tea with the Rotchevs (Rotchev House)
1:30 Storytime (in Russian & English) with Svetlana Perschon
1:45-3:00 Traditional Games - MAS wrestling, tug-of-war, etc. (Inside fort, SE corner)
2:00 Su Nu Nu Shinal - Kashia Pomo Dancers (Marine Terrace)
2:00 Bell Ringing: Victor Avdienko, Bell Ringer & Percussionist, SF Symphony (Chapel)
2:30-3:15 Dirty Cello - Live Americana Music (Call Picnic Area)
2:30 Slavyanka Chorus - Russian folk, patriotic & Cossack songs (Fur Warehouse)
3:00 Militia & Cannon Demonstration
3:30 Tea Tasting (Kuskov House)
3:30 Kitka - Balkan, Slavic & Caucasian Harmonies (Fur Warehouse) (45 min)
3:30 Windmill Presentation
3:30 Story Time (in Russian & English) - with Marina Pavlova - (near Chapel)
4:15 Kedry - Traditional songs under apple trees (Fort Compound)
4:30 История Форта Росс и морского промысла (Fur Warehouse)
5:30 Beer Sales Close
6:30 Festival Ends

Ongoing Activities

10-5:30 Fort Ross Visitor Center Bookshop, museum, films, & displays
11-5:00 Fort Compound Crafts and Marketplace
11-5:00 Music, dance, cooking & more from the Russian, Alaska Native & Kashia communities
11-3:30 Marine Mammal & Fur Trade Interpretation (Fur Warehouse)
11-3:30 The Marine Mammal Center: Tagging and Tracking and Telemetry, Oh My! (Visitor Center)
11-5:30 International Food Bazaar (Call Picnic Area)
11-5:30 Beer Garden (Call Picnic Area) Beer sales end at 5:30pm
1 -4:00  Call Garden Open
11:30-4 Meet the miller & woodworker at the Windmill (with turnings at 11:30 & 3:30)

 

Fort Ross Festival 2019
Saturday July 27: 10 am - 6:30 pm
Advance tickets available through Eventbrite or pay at the park on the day of the event. $20/car

Fort Ross Conservancy,
19005 Coast Highway One,
Jenner, CA 95450,

707-847-343

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