Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Estonian anthem by monument in Cleveland Garden

Toomas Tubalkain served as MC of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). His closing remarks included thanks to Dan Hanson and ClevelandPeople.com for their coverage of ethnic events in Cleveland.  Then the young people led the procession to place flowers at the Estonian monument.  The US and Estonian national anthems were sung and a group photo was taken.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm




Tuesday, June 28, 2016

MC for Liszt Concert in Hungarian Cultural Garden

Carolyn Balogh introduced Bob Kita, host of a Hungarian radio show, as MC for the Liszt Concert in the Hungarian Cultural Garden. Bob then introduced Vera Holczer-Waroquet Founder and Director of the Aurora School of Music. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/hungarian/hungarian.htm





 



MC for Liszt Concert in Hungarian Cultural Garden

Carolyn Balogh introduced Bob Kita, host of a Hungarian radio show, as MC for the Liszt Concert in the Hungarian Cultural Garden. Bob then introduced Vera Holczer-Waroquet Founder and Director of the Aurora School of Music. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/hungarian/hungarian.htm





 



Hungarian Cultural Garden Liszt Concert Welcome

Carolyn Balogh welcomed the crowd to the annual Liszt Concert in the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland. She told the history of the Hungarian Cultural Garden and the chain of Cleveland Cultural Gardens.  She congratulated the British Garden and the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation on their Centennial this year.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/hungarian/hungarian.htm





Himnusz in Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

After singing the US national anthem, Ted Horvath led the Himnusz, the official national anthem of Hungary, to begin the annual Liszt Concert in the Hungarian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/hungarian/hungarian.htm






Prayer (Palvus) in Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Toomas Tubalkain introduced Trina Pirn at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). Mrs. Pirn read a short prayer in Estonian and then in English.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm








Estonian Embassy Chief in Cleveland

The Honorable Mrs. Marki Tehhonova-Kreek, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Estonian Embassy, Washington DC as keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). This last part of her speech was in Estonian. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm







Estonia as a Digital Society

The Honorable Mrs. Marki Tehhonova-Kreek, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Estonian Embassy, Washington DC as keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). This part of her speech was about how Estonia has emerged as a digital society with the highest number of tech startups in Europe.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm






Estonian Embassy Chief in Cleveland – Crimea, Ukraine, Migration

The Honorable Mrs. Marki Tehhonova-Kreek, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Estonian Embassy, Washington DC as keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). This part of her speech was about Crimea, Ukraine and the migration crisis.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm






Estonian Embassy Chief in Cleveland – NATO and security

Toomas Tubalkain introduced The Honorable Mrs. Marki Tehhonova-Kreek, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Estonian Embassy, Washington DC as keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). The first part of her speech was about Estonia’s investment in international relations and security policy.  She said not to become passive and assume everything we have achieved in the past 25 years is irreversible.

History is not final.  She spoke about NATO and reacting to the “new normal” after the escalation of Russian aggression in Ukraine.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm






Estonian Embassy Chief in Cleveland – NATO and security

Toomas Tubalkain introduced The Honorable Mrs. Marki Tehhonova-Kreek, Deputy Chief of Mission of the Estonian Embassy, Washington DC as keynote speaker at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). The first part of her speech was about Estonia’s investment in international relations and security policy.  She said not to become passive and assume everything we have achieved in the past 25 years is irreversible.

History is not final.  She spoke about NATO and reacting to the “new normal” after the escalation of Russian aggression in Ukraine.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm






Monday, June 27, 2016

Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Cultural Gardens

Toomas Tubalkain spoke at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). He spoke about the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm





Estonian history at 50th Cultural Garden event in Cleveland

Toomas Tubalkain spoke at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). He gave some history of the struggle for independence and the use of a multinational force.     http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm







Sunday, June 26, 2016

Victory Day and St. John’s Day in Cleveland Estonian Garden

Toomas Tubalkain welcomed the crowd to the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  It was also the annual celebration of Victory Day (Võidupüha) and St. John’s Day (Jaanipäev). He recognized dignitaries in the crowd and read letters of support and congratulations.    http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm





Lithuanian Consul at Estonian Cultural Garden

Honorary Consul of the Republic of Lithuania Ingrida Bublys spoke at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Estonian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio.  She congratulated the Estonian community for their beautiful Garden.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm





Rachmaninoff’s Spring Waters in Russian Cultural Garden

Paulina sang Rachmaninoff’s Spring Waters and the closing thank you from Svetlana Stolyarova at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.     http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Rachmaninoff’s Spring Waters in Russian Cultural Garden

Paulina sang Rachmaninoff’s Spring Waters and the closing thank you from Svetlana Stolyarova at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.     http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Bread and Salt in Russian Cultural Garden

Dr. Boris Vinogradsky explained the Russian tradition of serving bread and salt at special occasions.  The crowd at the groundbreaking of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland broke bread and dipped it in the salt.   http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Taking turns at Groundbreaking in Russian Cultural Garden

Everyone took turns with the hardhats and shovels in the groundbreaking of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm







Saturday, June 25, 2016

Anna Akhmatova poem in Cleveland Russian Cultural Garden

Svetlana Stolyarova told why they chose June 23rd for the groundbreaking of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  June 23 was chosen since it’s the birthday (1889) of the great Russian poetess Anna Akhmatova.  Ekaterina Asmus read a poem by Akhmatova in Russian.

http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm






Russian Garden joins Cleveland Cultural Gardens

Russian Cultural Garden and Cleveland Cultural Gardens

Welcome Russian Cultural Garden to the family of Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation (CCGF) from CCGF past-president Paul Burik. Svetlana Stolyarova told about the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation’s assistance.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm




Glad I didn't use media credentials at Cavaliers Parade

We were offered media credentials for the historic Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade on June 22, 2016 but did not apply because we wanted to be part of the people celebrating rather than standing inside barricades. And we are so glad we did.

Watching parade highlights later in the day on TV we were amazed at how what they showed on TV was so different from what we experienced.

TV showed fans behind barricades with the streets wide open as the parade circled the Q and Progressive Field. But on East 9th Street there were no barriers and fans converged from both sides of the street almost meeting in the middle.

Mounted and other Police did their best to keep people back as the parade came down East 9th. But as you will see in the videos it was very close up and very real.


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Russian Cultural Garden Groundbreaking in Cleveland

Groundbreaking of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland with Dr. Boris Vinogradsky, Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation Anda Cook and Councilman Jeff Johnson. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Councilman Jeff Johnson in Russian Cultural Garden

Cleveland Councilman Jeff Johnson spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Canoe and Rowboat song in Cleveland Russian Garden

Greater Cleveland Russian Chorus aka the Cuyahoga Cossacks sang a song about boatmen on the Volga River at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Volga River song in Cleveland Russian Garden

Greater Cleveland Russian Chorus aka the Cuyahoga Cossacks sang a song about boatmen on the Volga River at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Literature Biserka in Cleveland Russian Cultural Garden

Svetlana Stolyarova told why they chose that spot for the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  It will be a Literature Biserka – where Russian people gather and meet and discuss great literature. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Welcome and National Anthem

Svetlana Stolyarova welcomed the crowd to the groundbreaking ceremony of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.  She called up committee members and a young girl sang the national anthem.   http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Dahntay Jones - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 14

The end of the real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 14 of 14.   Cleveland Cavs Dahntay Jones.


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Phase 1 of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Svetlana Stolyarova explains Phase 1 of the Russian Cultural Garden in Cleveland to Debbie Hanson at the groundbreaking ceremony in the garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/russian/russian.htm





Friday, June 24, 2016

Tristan Thompson - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 13

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 13.   Cleveland Cavs Tristan Thompson.



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Mo Williams - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 12

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 12.   Cleveland Cavs Mo Williams




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Matthew Dellavedova - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 11

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 11.   Cleveland Cavs Matthew Dellavedova. Delly, Delly!


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Kevin Love - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 10

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 9.   Cleveland Cavs Kevin Love.


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RJ and Channing Frye - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 8

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 8.   Cleveland Cavs Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye.


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Iman Shumpert - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 9

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 9.   Cleveland Cavs Iman Shumpert.


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LeBron James - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade – Part 7

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 7.   Akron St Vincent-St Mary band and Cleveland Cavs MVP LeBron James.

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Kyrie Irving - Cleveland Cavs Championship Parade Part 6

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 6.   Cleveland Cavs Kyrie Irving, Timofey Mozgov and Sasha Kaun.

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Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade – J.R. Smith - Part 5

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 5.   Cleveland Cavs J.R. Smith and TV weather woman Beth McLeod. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/


See the entire Cavs Championship Parade in short video clips




Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade –Tyronn Lue - Part 4

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 4.   Shaw High School Band, Dan Gilbert and family, Cavs GM David Griffin and Cavs Head Coach Tyronn Lue.

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Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade – MGK - Part 2

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 2. Cavaliers Girls, Mayor Frank Jackson, Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) and County Executive Armond Budish. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/


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Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade – Street Level – Part 3

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 3.   Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley, Junior Cavs, wine and gold confetti, Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown, the LeBron James Family Foundation and Canton Charge

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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Parade – Street Level – Part 1

The real Cavaliers Championship Parade from East 9th Street just south of Superior.  Part 1.

Wall to wall crowds, Mounted Police clearing street, a selfie, UFC Heavyweight Champion Stipe Miocic, Ohio State University marching band and Urban Meyer, Thad Motta and AD Gene Smith, Sir CC from the Cavaliers and the Calder Cup champions Lake Erie Monsters.


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In case we forget to remember at African American Garden

Khalid Samad recited a poem called ‘In case we forget to remember’, which was just recited at the funeral of Muhammed Ali in Louisville.  This was at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the African American Garden in Cleveland. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





African American Cultural Garden Ribbon Cutting

Eugene Jordan and former Councilwoman Sabra Scott cut the ribbon at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the African American Garden in Cleveland. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





Dan Bickerstaff, Architect of African American Cultural Garden

Dan Bickerstaff, Architect of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, spoke at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





Kevin Conwell - African American Cultural Garden Juneteenth

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, introduced Cleveland City Councilman Kevin Conwell at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden.  He spoke about the Doorway of No Return. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm







Kevin Conwell - African American Cultural Garden Juneteenth

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, introduced Cleveland City Councilman Kevin Conwell at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden.  He spoke about the Doorway of No Return. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm







Mayor Frank Jackson - African American Cultural Garden Juneteenth

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, introduced Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Respect the African American Garden – Carl Ewing

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, told a story about respecting the Garden at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





Lift Every Voice and Sing in African American Cultural Garden

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, led the singing of Lift Every Voice and Sing at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





African American Cultural Garden Juneteenth Invocation

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, introduced Reverend Emmitt Theophilus Caviness who has served as Pastor of Greater Abyssinia Baptist Church in Cleveland since 1961 to give the invocation at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm





African American Cultural Garden Juneteenth Welcome

Carl Ewing, President of the African American Cultural Garden in Cleveland, welcomed the crowd and gave a brief history of the Garden at a Juneteenth celebration and ribbon cutting ceremony in the Garden which was first proposed in 1961 by Cleveland councilman Leo Jackson. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/africanamerican/africanamerican.htm







Murphy Irish Dancers at Mayo Society Tea

Murphy Irish Dancers performed at the annual Mayo Tea put on by the Cleveland Chapter of the Mayo Society held at John Carroll University.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/irish/irish.htm







Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan - Mayo Person of the Year

After Gerry Quinn, President of the Cleveland Chapter of the Mayo Society, introduced the 2016 Mayo Person of the Year, Paul Dolan, President and owner of the Cleveland Indians at the annual Mayo Tea held at John Carroll University,   Paul Dolan told about his Irish roots. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/irish/irish.htm





Cleveland Indians owner Paul Dolan - Mayo Person of the Year

After Gerry Quinn, President of the Cleveland Chapter of the Mayo Society, introduced the 2016 Mayo Person of the Year, Paul Dolan, President and owner of the Cleveland Indians at the annual Mayo Tea held at John Carroll University,   Paul Dolan told about his Irish roots. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/irish/irish.htm





Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Cleveland Mayo Person of the year announced – Paul Dolan

Gerry Quinn, President of the Cleveland Chapter of the Mayo Society, introduced the 2016 Mayo Person of the Year, Paul Dolan, President and owner of the Cleveland Indians.  This was at the annual Mayo Tea held at John Carroll University.    http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/irish/irish.htm





Brief History of the Mayo Society – Gerry Quinn

Gerry Quinn, President of the Cleveland Chapter of the Mayo Society, spoke at the annual Mayo Tea held at John Carroll University.  He gave a brief history of the Mayo Society which started in New York in 1879 and was followed by the Cleveland Chapter in 1905, Philadelphia in 1906, Toronto in 1910 and later Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and others.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/irish/irish.htm





Liturgical song from Psalm 135 by Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo

Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo under the direction of Dr. Rick Zivic, DDS performed in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  This song was a Liturgical song from Psalm 135 http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







George Voinovich story from Alex Machaskee

Alex Machaskee, president of the Serbian Cultural Garden spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  Before the event ended, Alex told one more story about the late Senator George Voinovich. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







Montenegro Folk Song by Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo

Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo under the direction of Dr. Rick Zivic, DDS performed in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  This song was a Montenegro Folk Song. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Montenegro Folk Song by Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo

Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo under the direction of Dr. Rick Zivic, DDS performed in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  This song was a Montenegro Folk Song. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Hymn to St Sava – Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo

Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo under the direction of Dr. Rick Zivic, DDS performed in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  This song was a Hymn to St Sava http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Hymn to St Sava – Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo

Serbian Men’s Choir Kosovo under the direction of Dr. Rick Zivic, DDS performed in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  This song was a Hymn to St Sava http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Brief History of the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland

Alex Machaskee, president of the Serbian Cultural Garden spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  He told how there used to be a Yugoslav Garden but now there are Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian gardens   http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







Serbian Ambassador in Cleveland Cultural Garden

Djerdj Matkovic, Ambassador of Serbia to the United States, spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.    Mileva Maric was the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







Serbian Ambassador in Cleveland Cultural Garden

Djerdj Matkovic, Ambassador of Serbia to the United States, spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.    Mileva Maric was the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







Serbian Ambassador in Cleveland Cultural Garden

Djerdj Matkovic, Ambassador of Serbia to the United States, spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.    Mileva Maric was the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm







Neighbor of Einstein’s wife Mileva Maric in Serbia

Kosta Papich lived a few blocks away from Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.   He spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland.    http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Monday, June 20, 2016

Mileva Maric history in Cleveland Serbian Cultural Garden

Alex Machaskee, president of the Serbian Cultural Garden spoke at the dedication of the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  He told the story of her accomplishments and how they were overlooked.   http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Mileva Maric bust next to Nikola Tesla

Rev. Zivojin Jakovljevic of St. Sava Church in Parma said it is fitting that the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein, is in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland just across from the bust of Nikola Tesla.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm





Blessing of bust of Mileva Maric in Serbian Cultural Garden

Rev. Zivojin Jakovljevic of St. Sava Church in Parma blessed the new bust of Mileva Maric the Serbian physicist and mathematician who was the wife and scientific partner of Albert Einstein.  The bust is in the Serbian Cultural Garden in Cleveland and is across from the bust of Nikola Tesla.

 http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/serbian/serbian.htm


Alex Machaskee remembers Senator George Voinovich

Alex Machaskee, retired publisher of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and honorary Consul of the Republic of Serbia, spoke about the late Senator George Voinovich at a ceremony in the Serbian Cultural Garden.  He shared a few stories about Sen Voinovich who was one half Serbian and a great friend of the Serbian and other Cleveland Cultural Gardens.  http://www.clevelandpeople.com/





Young people dance and sing in Croatian Cultural Garden

The Sounds of Croatian Tamburitza Music was held in the Croatian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio and sponsored by The American Croatian Lodge, "Kardinal A. Stepinac" featuring Zadnja Stanica. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/croatian/croatian.htm







Instrumental Tamburitzas song in Croatian Cultural Garden

The Sounds of Croatian Tamburitza Music was held in the Croatian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio and sponsored by The American Croatian Lodge, "Kardinal A. Stepinac" featuring Zadnja Stanica. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/croatian/croatian.htm





Tamburitzas and Cleveland Croatian youth in Cultural Garden

The Sounds of Croatian Tamburitza Music was held in the Croatian Cultural Garden in Cleveland Ohio and sponsored by The American Croatian Lodge, "Kardinal A. Stepinac" featuring Zadnja Stanica. Tamburitzas and very young children singing. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/croatian/croatian.htm