The Festival dates are Feb. 9,10, & 11 of 2018.
Ticket prices:
Come help us celebrate our 30th. year of Russian festivities!
Facebook event:
Tickets are available on Eventbrite:

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  2. What time does the Festival OPEN to the public on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2 018? I’ve never been to an event like this whose advertising does not show the time it OPENS and CLOSES.

  3. I went up to the museum on the 3rd floor and saw a photograph of my grandfather, W.W. Yen, with a group of visitors in front of a Chinese style tea house in Khabarovosk, in around 1935, when he was posted to the USSR as Ambassador from the Republic of China!
    What a delightful surprise! I would like to know more about this photograph in the museum, like who donated it, and is there an inscription on the back?
    The University of Virginia is naming a building after W.W. Yen on April 13, 2018, “Yen House”. Perhaps they would like a copy of the photograph to display in the newly named residence hall for their Russian students to see.

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