After a brief meeting, the program will be "Czeching out the Czech". The program lead by George Mikiska will deal with genealogy. How to start your family tree, where to look for information both locally, nationally and worldwide, some help in Czech translations and helpful websites will be among the topics discussed.
Come with your questions and see if we can point you in the right direction.
You need not be a member to attend.
We are into the third printing
" A Taste of Czech Tradition"
Get your copy now of this popular cookbook
They will be available at both of our yearly events listed below or click on the link above for other locations or mail order
Our cookbook has just been featured on Tresbohemes.com
A blog about everything Bohemian
This page features our cookbook
During the annual Doinky® Festival
September 16, 2017
December 3, 2017
Saint Wenceslaus Cemetery and Czech National Cemetery Cemetery Inventory for New Prague, MN
Published by Czechoslovak Genealogical Society in 2002
$12 plus shipping
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3rd Wednesday of the month (March - December)
Usually 7 pm at the New Prague City Hall
Watch the New Prague/Montgomery/Lonsdale newspapers for updates and details
2017 - July 19th Potluck Picnic - 6PM - New Prague Memorial Park
December Christmas Pot Luck - 6PM
Active membership dues are:
$15 per person per year
$25 per couple per year
$25 Supporting Member
Mail check made out to "Czech Heritage Club" to
Czech Heritage Club
PO Box 163
New Prague, MN 56071
Our short business meetings include a program, and social time with refreshments. Some of the programs we have presented are:
Czech movies, Czech kroj (costumes), Czech music and composers, Czech crystal, glass and porcelain, literature by Czech authors, Easter customs, display of wood carving, genealogy, harvest time, springtime maple syrup, sing-a-long by New Prague Czech singers, Czech bead factories, History of Veseli, MN, Polk-Of-A, History of the Concertina, Post cards from the past and much more...
* Preserve Czech culture in our communities
* Educate the public about our culture
* Adopt customs not currently in use in our area
* Support other communities in their efforts of preservation and education.
* Instill pride in our heritage