If you are of Czech origin, or simply interested in Czech culture, you'll be glad to know that in the US a number of different communities living Czech. Here are ten of the best communities of the festivals that celebrate the Czech culture …
Across America, there are many communities where for decades settled Czech heritage. Many of these communities are celebrating the legacy of the annual festival, which is about the & # 39; connects people who love music, food and cultural traditions.
Each of these groups is an annual festival, and most of the last two or three days and is held at the weekend. More information about each festival you can find on our site.
Here are our ten favorites:
Tabor, South Dakota: Usually held June 3 at the weekend, this festival often attracts 10,000 people, which means the city proper. Tabor population is about 500 people.
Wilber, Nebraska: This central Nebraska near the community of Lincoln has a real commercial district on the city's main street. He was named US Czech capital in 1987. The celebration is usually held on the last weekend in July or early August.
Victoria, Texas: About 45 minutes north of Corpus Christi and Victoria – an excellent small Texan city that celebrates like barbecue, and his legacy.
West Texas: Conducted in early September holiday this weekend attracted 25 000 visitors and is held continuously since 1976.
Wilson, Kansas: In the last weekend of July, you will find a true beer garden, a beauty contest and a lot of this food in this small central Kansas community.
Yukon, Oklahoma: This is sort of the October festival and is held on the first Saturday of October. Food, drinks, music and entertainment are many.
Klarksan, Nebraska: In northeast Nebraska, in late June, it hosts the annual Heritage Festival. This three-day event, which attracts visitors from several surrounding states.
St. Louis, Missouri: This spring festival, which took place in April this year, shows culinary demonstrations, a fashion show and a rich dinner.
Lincoln, Nebraska: This colorful little town, one of the most active communities, heritage and capital of Nebraska, holds a spring festival with a focus on music, crafts and real food.
Taborvil, Ohio: Taborvil is located about 25 miles east of Cleveland. They hold a one-day festival is usually a Sunday in July.
The largest Czech community in America – in central Texas, Nebraska and greater Chicago area. Close to the western suburbs of Chicago has some of the best restaurants in the Czech Republic, a country with authentic food, drinks and decor.
If we had to name our favorite Czech restaurant, it would be a historic Bohemian Cafe in Omaha, Nebraska, to the south of the city center. Working with the 1920s, it does not get more real than this! Portions are prepared with love, generous and inexpensive. If you happen to visit Omaha, this is a great place for lunch or dinner.