Mikulas party

Can you believe that it’s time to pen into your calendar our Mikulas party?

When:  Dec 4, 2022 1:45 – 4:30 (yes, there may be a Chiefs game, but come on:  that’s what the DVR is for :))

Where:  Sylvester Powell Community Center, 6200 Martway St, Mission, KS

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Food:  we’re trying something different this year, so we hope you won’t be disappointed with the delicacies you all will bring.  Instead of assigning foods based on last name, we’ll let you pick what you’re good at.  Please, sign up at the link below:


In the comments, please, put what you’ll bring, so we won’t end up with the same side dishes or a bunch of watermelon. ūüôā

As always, we’ll have a visit from Mikulas and his two helpers (parents don’t forget to bring small gifts for the kids that Mikulas can give them along with a small gift from the club).  Also, we’ll be collecting for your dues renewals for 2023, so bring those checkbooks or cash!

Please, RSVP back to email czechslovakclubofkc@gmail.comespecially with the number of kids, so Mikulas has enough club gifts. ūüôā


We are excited to share that on Wednesday, May 16, the ambassador of the Czech Republic and the consul general of Slovakia will be joining us for a special luncheon at Union Station to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Pittsburgh Agreement, which initiated the creation of the state of Czechoslovakia. The diplomats will discuss the valuable role of the modern states of the Czech and Slovak Republics and the important economic, social, and cultural ties between the Czech and Slovak Republics and the U.S., with particular emphasis on the Midwestern United States.

A small business round table with the Ambassador and Consul General will follow the luncheon as an opportunity for Kansas City area companies to develop their relationship with the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

We hope that you can join us.¬†Tickets are available for $40 (general admission), $30 (IRC member rate), and $20 (students), and special opportunities are available for groups purchasing whole tables ($400) or sponsorships ($750).¬†This program is a joint effort with IRC, the World Trade Center‚ÄďKansas City, the Czech & Slovak Club of Kansas City, and Honorary Consuls Ross Marine and Sharon Valasek.

For more information, please, visit: http://www.irckc.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=1098362

Diplomat luncheon flyer


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We have a lot to celebrate this year.¬† Check out our latest newsletter for all the activities planned for this year.¬† We’ll be posting updates on our website and Facebook pages.

Spring 2018 Newsletter

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The Ethnic Enrichment Festival is less than a month away. Please, see attached poster. As always we cannot do it without you helping us with our booth and/or kolache making.

Booth helpers needed – Swope Park (festival grounds) – Aug 18-20 – see schedule below:

Please, see the shifts available below. We’d like to have 3 people for each shift – kids can help too with passport stamping.

Kolache makers needed – Brush Creek Community Center (3801 Emanuel Cleaver II Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64130) – Aug 17 and 18 from noon – 6pm:

We need 8 people at all times for the kolache making. You’ll get to learn an original Czech recipe and make kolache from start to finish. If you could bring cookie sheets and cooling racks to speed up the process that would be great too. Please, contact our master kolache maker Hana Buric at hburic@kc.rr.com to get signed up.

Thank you so much for helping us promote and share our heritage.

Club Newsletter

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