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The Blessed Virgin Mary Church in East Selkirk hosts their annual Malanka (Ukrainian New Year’s celebration) at the East Selkirk Hall Jan. 21. Selkirk’s Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble and the Selkirk and District Ukrainian School of Dance performed. Clockwise from top left: Isabelle Gauthier from Phyllis Catering serves dinner. Troyanda performs a Hutzel dance, Fialka performs a Transcarpathian dance. Troyanda showcases their winter fantasy dance. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

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The Blessed Virgin Mary Church in East Selkirk hosts their annual Malanka (Ukrainian New Year’s celebration) at the East Selkirk Hall Jan. 21. Selkirk’s Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble and the Selkirk and District Ukrainian School of Dance performed. Clockwise from top left: Isabelle Gauthier from Phyllis Catering serves dinner. Troyanda performs

Guests take to the dance floor to the Polka tunes by SLOOHAI, during the Reechka Dancers’ 30th annual Malanka at the Arborg-Bifrost Community Hall Jan. 14. (Tammy Karatchuk, For Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

30th Malanka

It’s a tradition passed down to the next generation. At the Arborg Bifrost Community Centre Jan. 14, the Reechka Ukrainian Dance Club celebrated Malanka and their 30th anniversary.

From a past Malanka. On Saturday, the Reechka Dancers will celebrate their 30th annual Malanka at the Arborg-Bifrost Community Hall. (Submitted photo)

30th Malanka for dance troupe

It’s a sold out celebration! In less than three weeks, the Reechka Ukrainian Dance Club’s 380 tickets for Malanka 2017 flew from the ticket booth.

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