the 20th annual Russian Festival was held in Kalamazoo, Michigan (USA).
As always, the festival was culturally rich and extensive. For 23 years, Kalamazoo and Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) have maintained a sister-city relationship.
The all day festival took place on November 7 at the Fetzer Business Center, Western Michigan University.
The delegation from Pushkin totaled 23 people. Representatives from our city took part in the program performing Russian music and songs. Russian Bard Boris Aganov sang several songs, and was accompanied by Victoria Vouba on her violin. Anton Vakulenko (age 8) sang in both languages, and Maxim Vakulenko recited poetry of Alexander Sergeivich Pushkin in both languages as well. Victoria Vouba played beautiful Russian music on violin and musically support our performers. Pushkin artists Larisa Boeva, Sergei Artemiev, and Vera Kacher brought and displayed over seventy paintings both during the Festival and on Friday at the “Kalamazoo Art Hop”.
Several delegation members visited similar Kalamazoo businesses, and attended a church service. Our members were hosted in private homes by Kalamazoo families. Members of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk Board of Directors participated in a meeting with the Kalamazoo Chamber of Commerce, and Southwest Michigan First, a regional economic development organization.
Kalamazoo Mayor Bobbie Hopewell, and City Manager Jim Ritsema, offered a welcome address on behalf of the host Partnership, congratulating the residents of both cities on a long relationship and this significant anniversary event.
The Pushkin delegation was presented with documented congratulations and remarks from State Representative Jon Hadley, State Senator Margaret O’Brien, and US Congressman Fred Upton, without exception stating the importance of friendship and continued cooperation between the citizens of our two countries..
Derek Nofz, Associate Vice President of Southwest Michigan First, and Victor Afansenko, President of CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk, sign a Joint Cooperation Agreement extending the relationship beyond 20 years.
The delegation of Pushkin district of St.Petersburg on October, 15-17th has visited Veria (Greece) -the sister-city of Pushkin.
A President of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk Victor Afanasenko visited a sister-city
of Pushkin - Veria (Greece) and took part in the official events, dedicated to the Day of
Liberation from the Ottoman yoke.
In the Mayor's office of Veria and after that in the Chamber of Commerce of Imatia
there was held a presentation of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk and economical
opportunities of Pushkin region in the area of possible partnership with Greece.
In the frame of the visit Victor Afanasenko visited five manufactures of juices, wines,
canned fruit, confectionary and other food products, exported abroad (to the USA, the
European Union, the Russian Federation) and got acquainted with tourist environment of
The Tsarskoselskaya art award ceremony 2015.
Ceremony of rewarding of 22nd TsarskoSelskaya award for 2015
The state open-air museum “Tsarskoye Selo” was presented with two plates from the famous Corbievskii service.
[Two plates from the famous Corbievskii service]
The state open-air museum “Tsarskoye Selo” was presented with two plates from the famous Corbievskii service. The official representatives of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in the USA Ron and Ludmila Mosher bought them at auction specially for the museum.
The service was purchased for the Imperial Court in the shop of Jerome Corbie in France and was named after the owner. In 1823 the service was sent to the porcelain storerooms of Tsarskoye Selo and used during grand feasts.
In 1823 the Imperial porcelain factory produced additional pieces for 150 settings. In 1842 the factory produced tea-set in addition to the service.
Nowadays the museum owns bottles, sauce boats, salad and butter dishes, saltcellars, oval dishes of different size, round dishes, 4 types of plates, single tea sets.
The Corbievskii service can be called the beloved and long-playing because it was used in Tsarskoye Selo more then 100 years. The parade ensemble is exhibited now in the Hermitage pavilion.
Nowadays in the state open-air museum “Tsarskoye Selo” is kept more than 200 pieces of this service. The history of the Corbievskii service is inextricably intertwined with Tsarskoye Selo.
The GMZ «Tsarskoe Selo» has received a pleasant gift from the American couple - Ronald and Lyudmila Mosher.
THE XV INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FLOWER AND LANDSCAPE ART
THE XV INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF FLOWER AND LANDSCAPE ART «IMPERIAL BOUQUET» 18 and 19 of July, 2015 (from 12:00 till 18:00)
The state memorial estate "Pavlovsk" St.Petersburg, Pavlovsk, Sadovaya
ul., 20 www.pavlovskmuseum.ru
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27 of June, 2015
On 27 of June the festive events, dedicated to the foundation of Tsarskoye Selo (the town of Pushkin) took place.
The festivities traditionally began with a bright cheerful Procession. The key part of the Holiday occured in the central part of Pushkin and in territory of Bufferny park. All citizens and visitors of Pushkin town took part in the competitions and saw concerts and performances on several festive stages.
This year the basic topic of the celebration was «The CRADLE of the RUSSIAN LITERATURE»
«The CRADLE of the RUSSIAN LITERATURE»-2015
«The CRADLE of the RUSSIAN LITERATURE»-2015/ Part 2.
Annual scientifically-practical conference «Prospect of a sustainable development of Pushkin district of St.-Petersburg» has taken place on April, 16th, 2015 in Jurisprudence and Business Institute
On 23th of January, 2015 the International Center of Worcester officially installed the statue of Pushkin in the Worcester Mayor’s Office. In the picture is Ashley Emerson-Gilbert, the new Director of the International Center of Worcester; Worcester Mayor Joseph M. Petty; William (“Bill”) Stock, Vice President of Seven Hills Foundation for Government and Community Relations; and Royce Anderson, Special Consultant (and former Executive Director) of the International Center of Worcester.
This event was the result of the merger between the International Center of Worcester and Seven Hills Foundation (see our new website at www.intcent.org). Bill Stock organized the installation of the Pushkin statue in the Worcester City Hall.
This bust of Alexander Pushkin was given to the people of Worcester by the people of Pushkin in 1995. It was sculpted by the Pushkin sculptor Leonid L. Michailyonok. It has been in the ICW office, and also was for some time in the Worcester Public Library. But now it has its most appropriate location in City Hall.
20th anniversary of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk
20th anniversary of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk.
On 17th of October a ceremonial reception dedicated to the anniversary
of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk took place in the Grand column hall of the Paul’s
palace. The representatives of public authorities of Saint-Petersburg, people of culture
and art, regional and foreign partners of the Chamber took part in the celebration. The
most honorable guests were the members of the CCI – the workers of small, medium and big
business – for which the Chamber was founded in 1994.
We got congratulations from:
A businessmen rights commissioner in Saint-Petersburg A. Abrosimov
A chairman of entrepreneurial development and consumer market committee of
Saint-Petersburg E. Kachaev
A President of the CCI of the Russian Federation S. Katirin
A President of the CCI of Saint Petersburg V. Katenev
A General director of the CCI of Kronstadt V. Shimansky
A President of the CCI of the Pskov region V. Zubov
A President of the CCI of the Novgorod region D. Bikov
A President of the CCI of Pyatigorsk L. Kartashova
A President of the CCI of Belgorod V. Skrug
A President of the CCI of Arkhangelsk O. Semkov
The archpriest of Tsarskoselsky district Gennady Zverev
A President of the Chamber of Commerce of Finland Risto E. Penttila
A business representative of the Russian Federation in Sweden A. Katasov
A representative of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in Ireland Padraig Cleary
A representative of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in Turkey Erdogan Gunduzpolat
A representative of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in the USA Ron and Ludmila Mosher
and Royce Anderson
A representative of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in Sweden Natalia Blanksvard
A representative of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk in Holland Felix Boers
The CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk has become a place that unites
entrepreneurs and links business and the authorities over 20 years already.
The Chamber has amassed a wealth of experience in such fields as examination, estimation,
certification, control of quantity, quality, completeness, technical condition of goods in
process of their use, business planning and information support of businessmen.
Nowadays the Chamber has six own official representations abroad: in Sweden, Ireland,
Turkey, Holland, the USA and China.
An agricultural, a building, an ecological, a trading sections and arbitrage have being
operated under the Chamber.
The doors of the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk are always open for
entrepreneurs. Our address: Pushkin, Oktyabrsky boulevard 50/30 Tel. +7-812-476-85-88, fax:
+7-812-465-05-29, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tsarskoselskaya art award ceremony 2014.
The Tsarskoselskaya art award ceremony 2014
The Tsarskoselskaya art award ceremony 2014 took place on the 18 of October in the Imperial Tsarskoselsky Lyceum..
The award holders 2014 are: Vladimir Gusev, Karen Shahnazarov, Alexandr Gorodnitsky, Natalia Kasperovich, Alexandr Adabashyan, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, Angelika and Vyacheslav Butusov, Pavel Kryuchkov, Tamara Isaeva, Semyen Furman, Lev Naumov,Yulia Andreeva, Sergey Boyarsky.
Tip of the Hat
A tip of the hat to Gordon B. Lankton, founder of the Museum of Russian Icons,
203 Union Street, Clinton, who was recently named the 2013 Tsarkoselskaya Art Award
winner. Mr. Lankton will be traveling to Pushkin, a suburb of St. Petersburg to receive
the award in October. Founded in 1993, the award is presented for "creative input in
the development of Russian culture and art and for strengthening of international
Exhibition «Tsarskoe Selo - summer
Residence of emperors of Russia» since June, 26th, 2013
in Zerbst/Angalt castle (Germany)
From June, 26th till October, 06th, 2013 there will be a special exhibition «Tsarskoe Selo - summer residence of emperors of Russia», organised by the GMZ «Tsarskoe Selo» Pushkin/St.-Petersburg and a noncommercial society «Zerbst castle».
On the 16 of April a round table meeting of the Ecological Development Centre took
place in the CCI of Pushkin and Pavlovsk. The meeting became a follow up of the conference
“Pushkin district future development”, where the main problems and risks were
discussed and the further actions were scheduled.
On the meeting the creation of several thematic grounds was approved:
Popularization of bicycling and walking;
Smart city, smart quarter, smart street, smart home;
Residential solid waste (RSW);
Ho using maintenance and utilities ;
Parks, trees, lawns, planting (flora);
Preservation of a historical look of Pushkin and Pavlovsk;
Yuzhniy town construction, redevelopment of Babolovskypark and Volhonka area.
One of the main results of the meeting is a decision to organize new round table
meetings on the each thematic ground in the nearest future in order to work out strategies
and to prepare projects. The pointed projects should be presented to active citizens on
the field-oriented forum at the end of June.
The network edition: "Portal of Pushkin-town (Tsarskoe Selo)" Number of certificate: ÝË ¹ ÔÑ 77 - 54314, from 29.05.2013 Roscomnadzor The founder: Chamber of Commerce & industry of Pushkin and Pavlovsk The address of editorial: 196601, Russia, St.-Petersburg, Pushkin, Octyabrskiy blvd., 50/30, tel.+7(812)476-85-88 Chief editor: Ecatherine Babich (6+)