The 70th anniversary of the Victory celebration events
- Publication of articles about WWII veterans in the media
- Lecture series by the veterans in schools, colleges, etc.
- Charity concert
- Children’s art works contest “Say No to War”
- Contest of stories about family members who participated in the military actions, or survived the Holocaust and Blockade.
- “Ride to Remember” to one of Canadian Forces Bases
- Tour of Canadian Forces Base
- Publication of a book with veterans’ memoires.
- Major Celebration on May 9, 2015 in Earl Bales Park
Celebration Program May 9, 2015 "Celebration with tears in our eyes"
1. Earl Bales Park.
- Parade of World War II veterans from the former USSR together with the veterans from Allied countries, Holocaust survivors and survivors of the Leningrad Blockade.
- “No one is forgotten. Nothing is forgotten.” Parade of the Immortal Platoon (family members and friends carrying photographs of the veterans killed and missing in action as a symbol of their ever lasting memory.)
- Laying flowers to the Holocaust Memorial monument.
- The formal part of celebration: Speeches, Greetings.
- Concert of outstanding entertainment and individual performances.
- Remembrance Territory (a section of the park where people can meet the veterans and share memories and stories with each other).
- Children’s art works exhibition "Say No to War" and the award ceremony.
- Exhibition of portraits /photographs of the veterans. Courtesy of photographer Ludmila Shnider
- Dance floor with the music of the war years.
- Kid's play zone
2. Banquet hall.
- Celebration feast and party