Friday’s special will be Pepper Steak over Rice Piaf and Salad made by Mike Collins. Enjoy your favorite cocktail or a beer on tap with a delicious plate for you and your friends.
Are you, your father or grandfather a Slovenian WW II veteran? We are working on the SNH collection. We have 237 pictures that are on the internet. I would like to have information on these men and their lives that we can keep on file here at the Nash. Also if you know another person that is not on the list, please loan us a copy of his or her military picture and life information.
Follow the link to see pictures: www.indypl.org resources- Digital collections/Slovenian National Home/Enter Collection
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can work together on this project.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Nancy Stroy; Board Member of Slovenian National Home of Indianapolis.
Steal the grapes, but don’t get caught!
Open at 5p.m. dinner available at 6p.m. for the annual Grape Arbor Dance Saturday November 12, 2016.
Polka Jammers, who play more than polka music, 7p.m. to 11p.m.
Admission $7.00/Admission including meal $17.00.
Dinner will be Slovenian Pork Loin, Sauerkraut, Re-fried Potatoes, & Dessert.
Hot Dog with Mac & Cheese for kids $3.
Children 16 and under with an adult free.
RSVP appreciated, but not required.
What is The Grape Arbor Dance?
The Slovenian Grape Arbor Dance is reminiscent of the traditional celebration in Slovenia that revolves around the annual gathering and harvesting of grapes. Slovenia is known for its wine producing vineyards. A good grape harvest is marked by a celebration that includes accordion music, singing dancing, wining and dining. Attendees will try to steal the grapes hanging above from the arbor, if caught, those individuals will need to have a fine paid by a willing dancer to get out of jail and rejoin the festivities. All money raised benefits the repairs/improvement of the Slovenian National Home of Indianapolis.