Good news is spreading around the world - Christmas Courage returns on December 16 and 17 in all its finery 🌟
Christmas at Courage, our magical format, which feels like the crunch of the first snow under your boots, the flickering of lanterns, smells and tastes from childhood. And which responds with the same stinging warmth in hearts.
We are proud to create this Courage together with the center of Ukrainian culture - the Museum of Ivan Honchar and the wonderful art curator of this event Yaryna Sizyk.
The team of the museum and Yarinka, undisputed luminaries of the preservation and multiplication of cultural heritage, who will recreate for you the authentic elements of Ukrainian Christmas.
Our goal is to speak in simple words about a complex and voluminous topic. To gather on December 16-17, to give you knowledge about the traditional Ukrainian celebration, so that in a week, on December 25, you can recreate it in your homes.
We are preparing such attractions and lectures so that you can learn in detail about the traditions: what to wear, how to set the table, decorate the house and carol. Learned, saw and touched.
However, there will also be your favorite photos for donations, music, singing, Nicholas, Christmas trees and charity.
- For each ticket purchased with a Visa card, Visa will transfer UAH 50 to the Christmas Courage charity collection.
- For each ticket purchased with a Visa card from Privatbank, Visa will transfer UAH 100.
The Christmas market will also be special - ethnic, dress and decorations and gifts. Feel free to entrust us with gifts for your loved ones, because the selection will be remarkable.
See you at the big Ukrainian Christmas party on Kurazh 🌟
ℹ️ Useful information:
🧸 Children up to 12 years old are free
✅ From the age of 16 unaccompanied by parents
⌚ Duration: 10 hours (2 days)
🛡️ If an air alarm started during the event, the music is turned off, the alarm announcement is repeated, all participants of the event immediately stop service and the team + security asks all visitors to leave the location and go to the nearest shelters (Taras Shevchenko and Pochayna metro stations). After the alarm ends, guests can use the same bracelets to re-enter the territory.