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Summer Camps

Save the Dates: Soyuzivka 2023 Camps

These are the camps we have in place, so far. Please stay tuned to this page as we continue to work out our camp offerings, schedules and registration information.

Roma Pryma Bohachevsky Ukrainian Dance Academy Workshop

July 2 – July 15, 2023

Directed by Ania Bohachevsky Lonkevych (daughter of Roma Pryma Bohachevsky ), the RPB Ukrainian Dance Workshop is a vigorous 2 week program for intermediate and advanced dancers ages 16 and up.  Participants have daily classes in ballet technique, Ukrainian folk dance and character dance, followed by rigorous rehearsals where they learn sophisticated choreography.  

Additional information coming soon.

Ukrainian Heritage Day Camp

July 18- 23, 2023

A returning favorite, in the form of a day camp. Children ages 4—7 will be exposed to Ukrainian heritage through daily activities such as dance, song, crafts and games. Children will walk away with an expanded knowledge of Ukrainian folk culture and language as well as, new, lasting friendships with other children of Ukrainian heritage. Price includes kid’s lunch and t-shirt, and unless noted, is based on in-house occupancy of parent/guardian.

Additional information coming soon.

Dance Camp

​Session 1: July 23 – August 5, 2023
Session 2: August 6 – August 19, 2023

Directed by Ania Bohachevsky-Lonkevych (daughter of Roma Pryma Bohachevsky), this camp is for ages 8 -16, and offers expert instruction for beginning, intermediate and advanced students. Room, board, 24-hour supervision, expert lessons and loads of fun are included. Each camp ends with a virtual recital. 

Price of Camp includes instruction, 24 hour supervision and room and board.

Additional information coming soon.


Soyuzivka is an iconic location that has, for generations, allowed Ukrainians everywhere to come together and celebrate Ukrainian history and culture.

Thank you for your continued support of and contribution to our beloved Soyuzivka, which means so much to us.