Dancers perform traditional dances.
Traditional Slavic customs, foods, music, and dancing take place at the Mike Onka Memorial Building in Sugar Creek. Strolling musicians, accordion-playing bands, ethic dance troupes, and Kolo dance lessons work up an appetite to enter the sausage eating contest. Or you might just try the many varieties of foods featuring sarma (cabbage rolls), Croatian potato salad, roznijici (pork kabob), and haluski kapusta, a dish of noodles and cabbage fried with bit of bacon and butter. Finish up your meal with traditional Slavic baked goods.
Visit the museum display of artifacts, hand-painted Ukrainian eggs, Baltic amber, and imported crystal. The festival is open 5-11 pm Friday and 3-11:30 pm Saturday. The cost is $3 and is free for children under the age of 12.