Easter Lunch and Dance at Sumava

Sunday, 31 March 2013 - 12:00pm
Sumava Peksa Park
46 Locks Way
Belgrave South, VIC

Caretakers of Sumava Peksa Park invite you to the traditional Easter lunch at the Czech and Slovak community centre. Traditional meal, coffee, cakes and Studio 4 playing evergreens are all awaiting you on the day.

Czech and Slovak Newsletter - March 2013

Dear friend,

Welcome to the Easter issue of the Czech and Slovak newsletter, which is one of the VodaFest Association's ongoing projects. The main one is the annual Czech and Slovak Festival that took place in Heidelberg earlier this month.

  • VodaFest 2013
  • VodaFest T-Shirts
  • Easter Lunch and Dance at Sumava
  • Easter Function at the Slovak House

VodaFest this Saturday!

Dear friend,

After a year of waiting on your part and wild organising on ours, we are now 3 days from the third make of the Czech and Slovak Festival in Melbourne, VodaFest 2013. For those keen to come, here's what's awaiting you on the day. For those undecided, this should make it easier for you. Details and tickets online available at http://vodafest.org

  • Program
  • For Kids
  • Competitions
  • Czech and Slovak Cuisine
  • Surprise!

VodaFest 2013 in 3 weeks


This year's headliner is Miss Vendulka Wichta, a Czech-origin finalist of the 2012 X-Factor singing competition. Special guest is the Polish dance ensemble Polonez. We're going to introduce new talents, too, and a unique dance performance by the Slovak Social Club "Ludovit Stur"'s Liptar dance group.



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Think that Nigella Lawson is overrated? Bored with watching “My Kitchen Rules” on TV? Think you are better than the contestants on Masterchef? Then have a go at competing in our “BABOVKA BAKEOFF” !

Never heard of a “Babovka”?

A Babovka is a traditional cake of the Central Europe. In other countries it is also known as gugelhupf, marble cake, pound cake, kuglof, babka or wacka. It may contain chocolate or coconut or poppy seeds. It is baked in a special circular pan originally made of pottery. Deceptively simple, it is an art to get the babovka light and fluffy.



VodaFest Camping Weekend

Saturday, 2 February 2013 - 12:00pm
Sumava Peksa Park
46 Locks Way
Belgrave South, VIC 3081

Vodafest Check and Slovak Association would like to invite you for this overnight event full of fun, surprise and adventure where you can not only learn bush survival skills but also put them in practice!

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