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Halupki’s Craft Fest takes place during Halupki Festival Aug. 17

Herman Halupki’s Craft Fest will take place on Sunday, August 17. The event, now in its fifth year, features over 30 vendors offering a variety of primarily hand-crafted items, including jewelry, glassware, prints, honey, metal yard art, candles, soaps, handbags, pottery, and more.

The Craft Fest is part of the famous Halupki Festival, the 58th annual celebration of Carpatho-Russian foods and music presented by Holy Assumption Orthodox Church, 114 East Main Street in Marblehead. The festival hours are 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m., and the Craft Fest will be open the entire time. Admission to the festival and craft fest is free of charge. 

As an additional attraction, Marblehead’s many unique shops and galleries will be open during the festival, and are within easy walking distance from the festival grounds.

For more information on either the craft fest or the Halupki Festival, call 419-625-1040, or visit the Facebook page: Holy Assumption Halupki Festival.

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Halupki Festival and International Days coming to Marblehead

In Marblehead folks will soon smell the cabbage rolls a-cookin’ and hear the lively sounds of polka music at the 57th Annual Halupki Festival. The Festival, a celebration of Carpatho-Russian foods and culture, is presented each year on the third Sunday of August by Holy Assumption Orthodox Church, 114 East Main Street (Route 163), in Marblehead. This year’s event takes place on Sunday, August 18th. 

The day’s activities begin with Divine Liturgy in the beautiful, historic church at 9:30 am. The choir of SS. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church in Lorain will sing at Liturgy. The parish family extends an invitation to one and all to join with them in worship.

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