Twice each year, our Bazaar Russe showcases Slavic food and cultural items along side Orthodox books and icons to the local community. Held semiannually since 1978, this event brings together our parish and people from neighboring communities for fellowship and food!
Bazaar Russe - Spring 2021 - Pre-order & Take Out Only
Friday, May 21 - PreOrder pick up by appointment
Saturday, May 22 - Carside Take Out 11:00 am - 5:00 pm (hopefully!)
If you might be available on Wednesdays mornings, we are looking for volunteers to help with our food prep. Sessions are held in the parish hall with all participants masked and socially distanced. No experience (or skills) necessary. We just need a few more hands to make the work go faster! If you might be interested, send us an e-mail with Volunteer in the subject line.
Minimal Contact Take Out Food - Spring 2021
If we get enough volunteers to be able to repeat our Carside Take Out on May 22, the final Take Out menu with hot food options and available baked goods will be posted here on the evening of Sunday, May 16. After that time, take out orders may be submitted in advance by email (preferred) or by phone starting May 17 (phone number will be posted May 16). Email orders must be submitted by Friday, May 21 at 5:00 pm. Orders may be phoned in on the day or placed from your car upon arrival.
Payment by check or credit card preferred.
Please enter the parking lot from Prospect Street ONLY.
From the Kitchen
Choose from a large variety of traditional Slavic food for eat in or take out. Enjoy a meal of borscht and stuffed cabbage or a kielbasa combo. Vegetarian and Gluten-free options are also available. Example menu items:
Stuffed Cabbage (Halupki)
Pierogi (potato and cheese filled dumplings)
Peroshki (beef and egg filled buns)
Fresh and smoked kielbasa
Blini (crepes with blueberry or sweet cheese filling)
*PREORDERS* Orders for frozen food and uncooked kielbasa are now closed for the Spring 2021 Bazaar.
From the Store **No craft sales for Spring 2021 **
Choose from an assortment of Slavic-theme items such as Matroshka dolls, laquer boxes, Russian-style jewelry and ornaments or opt for hand-made goods such as blankets, scarves or aprons. In addition, a variety of Orthodox items such as icons, crosses and books are always available.
In addition to the kitchen menu, the Bazaar always has a large supply of home-baked goods for sale including pies, cookies, cakes, ethnic nut rolls, baklava and more.
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