24th Croatian Folklore Festival in Grosskrotzenburg

The panel of judges included the head of the Croatian Heritage Foundation’s department for culture Srebrenka Šeravić. Also on the panel was Iva Cvetko in the capacity of an expert leader according to the criteria of the Zagreb-based Croatian Association of Folklore Leaders and Choreographers. Performing at the festival were folklore ensembles from Mainz, Wiesbaden, Mittelbaden, Hannover, Mannheim-Mosbach, Nürnberg, Augsburg, Filderstadt, Main-Taunus/Hochtaunus, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt and Wupperal.

Tyran lectures in Vienna

On hand for a lecture on The Significance of the Croatian Home Country for Ethic Groups (National Minorities) with a Special Review / Overview of Gradišće (Burgenland) Croatians were Croatian Ambassador to Austria Gordan Bakota, our soon to be appointed consul in Vienna Vesna Odorčić, Croatian police officer in Austria Krešimir Kovačićek and the head of the indigenous minorities department of the Croatian Heritage Foundation in Zagreb Marija Hećimović.

Cockburn Mayor visits Split

A meeting was held with the head of the Split branch office of the Croatian Heritage Foundation Branka Bezić Filipović and Tania Blažević, a returnee and president of the Croatian-Australian Society and Friends of Split, headquartered at the Split office of the CHF.

May issue of Matica magazine available

In the latest issue of Matica magazine also read all about the twentieth anniversary of Operation Flash, about the people of the island of Susak living in New York and its environs, about celebrated German car designer of Croatian extraction Domagoj Đukec and much, much more.