Interview with Mary Picklyk 1.2

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Title

Interview with Mary Picklyk 1.2

Subject

dances (social events)
songs
languages
neighbors
ice cream

Date

2004-05-30

Format

audio

Identifier

2004-091-0535

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Chernevych, Andriy

Interviewee

Picklyk, Mary

OHMS Object Text

5.4 Interview with Mary Picklyk 1.2 2004-091-0535 10:13 U1 Local Cultures dances (social events) songs languages neighbors ice cream Picklyk, Mary Chernevych, Andriy mp3 2004-091-0535.mp3 0 http://206.12.88.230:8080/lcp/2004/2004-091-0535.mp3 Other audio English 0 Music and dances The interviewee recorded a CD with Ukrainian songs together with her husband. As she was a child, she sang haivky on Easter (such as &quot ; Horobchyku, spatku&quot ; ). Grandmother used to read the Bible to the children. Sometimes they attended dance events in the town hall which were usually happening Saturdays. The following types of dances were danced: polkas, kolomeykas, foxtrot, waltzes, square dances. Theatre plays were performed in the community ; her mother was sometimes also involved too. dance ; religion ; songs 50.385833, -97.261111 12 Interview location/locality: Teulon 213 Memories of earlier times ; neighbours Ukrainian was Mrs. Picklyk's first language ; later, she learned English. The nearest neighbours were grandparents (Hrynyk), Savchuk, Stasiuk, Danylchuk, Fedirchuk, Tiutiunnyk. At school, she played basketball. Since they had only kerosene lamps and no electricity, lightning was sometimes challenging. Once in the summertime, they had a picnic, which was a real treat for children since they got bananas and ice-creams. bananas ; ice cream ; kerosene lamps ; languages ; neighbors No transcript. audio 0 https://localcultures.ukrfolk.ca/ohms/render.php?cachefile=

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“Interview with Mary Picklyk 1.2,” Local Cultures, accessed October 7, 2022, https://localcultures.ukrfolk.ca/items/show/582.