The Czech & Slovak Heritage Assn.

Statement on the Ukraine Crisis

CSHA expresses its full support for the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine and for the freedom and democratic aspirations of the Ukrainian people.

We condemn the Russian Federation's unjustified military invasion of Ukraine and support the actions of the United States, the European Union and international institutions to hold the Russian leadership accountable.

We All Stand with Ukraine


We are excited to announce that our Association is planning an outdoor event - a Spring Festival. It will take place on Sunday, April 3, 2022.
The program will include Easter Traditions activities for children, live music, delicious food, pastries, beer and soft drinks.
The event's location in Perry Hall, MD has an ample outside space as well as a large indoor banquet hall and free parking.
Please follow our announcements for more details.

General Meeting

Dear CSHA members, our first General Meeting of the year will take place on Sunday, January 23rd, 2022 at 4PM. All association's members are invited to participate.

During this meeting, newly elected members of the CSHA board will be installed and start their work for the organization.

Please join us for this virtual meeting. More details on how to connect will be sent to the membership via email.


Christmas Carol Singing (now on YouTube)
A Performance by the Heritage Singers
Saint Wenceslaus Church in Baltimore on Sunday, December 5, 2021.
St. Nicholas (Mikuláš) made an appearance and brought children goodie bags (balíčky).
Homemade Traditional Christmas Cookies
The ordering is now closed. The pre-ordered cookies were available for a pick up at the Carol Singing event. All proceeds of this fundraiser benefit CSHA. Thank you for your support! Become a CSHA member here.

2021 Festival Cancellation

After last year's Festival cancellation, we looked forward to bringing back your favorite event on October 24, 2021. We have started our planning effort and preparations in June and we were hopeful that we can safely hold the Festival. After reviewing current COVID-19 infection rates and community transmission in our area, we realized that having a safe large indoor event in October was not possible. We have also considered official CDC guidelines for large events and potential health impact on festival attendees and volunteers. After a thorough discussion, the CSHA Board of Directors decided to cancel this year's Festival. It was a difficult decision, but we must put the health of our members and all festival visitors first. We thank you for your understanding and your continued support.

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