31st Annual

Czech-Slovak Community Festival

Vítáme Vás Phillips, Wisconsin

June 20, 21 & 22, 2014

Phillips High School

Music and Dancing - State Queen Pageant – Vendors - State Kolacky Baking Contest - Great Food - Polka Mass/Service-Beer Garden - Antique Farm Equipment - Children Activities, and Fun-FunFun.

Fri. 7 p.m. Lidice Memorial Service

Sat. 9am-4pm: Festival Activities, followed by Polka Mass and Beer Garden fun;

Sun. 10am-3pm- Festival Activities, Polka Service, traditional pork n’ sauerkraut dinner

Admission $2, (10 & under free).

Activities held in various locations: go to http://www.czech-slovak-festival.com/

E-mail: [email protected] 715-339-4100 / 888-408-4800

MISS CZECH-SLOVAK WISCONSIN STATE PAGEANT

 

Do you have a daughter, grand-daughter, great-grand-daughter or friend who you think would be competitive to run to be Miss Wisconsin Czech-Slovak Queen candidate?  Please pass this information to that young lady. 

A “state-wide” search is underway for candidates to take part in the 16th annual Miss Czech-Slovak Wisconsin State Queen Pageant.  This pageant will be held in Phillips, Wisconsin on June 20, 21, 22, 2014 at our festival. Lodging and expenses are paid during our festival.

Candidates must be of some Czech (Bohemian), Slovak, Moravian, or Silesian heritage and between the ages of 17-25.  Cash prizes go to all winners.  The Queen will compete at the national pageant in Wilber, Nebraska the first weekend in August, all expenses paid.

Queen Candidate Information Packets are available on our web site: http://www.czech-slovak-festival.com.  Further information is available on request, please contact, Vernette Moravek, (cell) 715-820-0368 for more information:  E-mail address: [email protected] The deadline for entering is May 31, 2014.

Phillips, WI  Czech Slovak Festival - 2013

Phillips Bee, Thursday, June 20, 2013

In an article about the Czech/Slovak Festival a section with results of

the kolache baking contest---

“Largest Kolacky Category (Any filling with any pastry dough, must be edible)---1st---Patty Nutt , Phillips, who created a wagon wheel with

each spoke filled; 2nd---Janet Kuzma, South Milwaukee, for her barn scene incorporating a farmer and various tools; and 3rd---Char Janacek, Phillips, who entered a poppy seed round topped with and elaborately cut design.

Janet Kuzma received a special honorable mention for her kolacky bearing that lively barnyard scene. A photo of the giant sugary creation is being submitted to a bakery contest organized by one festival sponsor, the Solo Company.”