Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center
Dnipro Ukrainian Cultural Center was founded by Ukrainian emigrants that had been displaced from their homeland by World War Two.
The founding members sought to establish a community center where they could maintain their cultural identity, pass their heritage onto their children, socialize, and participate in organizations that would continue their progress towards an independent Ukraine.
Naturally, they named their new community center after the largest river in Ukraine, which flows past the capital of Kyiv south to Odessa, entering the Black Sea.
Dnipro is home to multiple local and international Ukrainian organizations including the Ukrainian Federal Credit Union, Women's Choir "Mriya", and the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America.
Hundreds of events have been hosted at Dnipro including weddings, concerts, theatre, movie films, dance recitals, fundraisers, banquets, barbecues, birthday parties and more.
Dnipro hall is available for private use to current members and guests for reasonable prices. Please contact us if you are interested in private event space use or becoming a member of Dnipro.
Dnipro is a part of the Ukrainian American Freedom Foundation, which is an IRS recognized “501C3 charitable organization”. All donations are tax deductible.