CONGRATULATIONS! to the 2018 Tabor Czech Days Queen
Prince Max Beran
Princess Olivia Kaul
TABOR BESEDA DANCERS
238 MEMBERS DANCING EACH NIGHT
The traditional Czech dance, "The Beseda," is performed by 238 dancers in Sokol Park, young and old alike. The dancers dress in their colorful Czech costumes which their relatives in the Czech Republic and Slovakia might dress in. The Beseda Dancers were honored in 1999 during the two day celebration.
Eight couples organized the first Beseda dancers in 1936. Members of the first group were Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Szymanski, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Cacek, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soukup, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schuch.
Kolaches For Sale
The sweet pastry with assorted fillings are available for sale by the dozen or individually with a meal in the Beseda Hall and Legion Hall. People of Tabor and surrounding areas bake and bake to provide enough kolaches for the demand of visitors.
To buy kolaches by the dozen, plan to go to the Beseda Hall early as they are only sold during the day Friday and Saturday.
To learn how to bake kolaches, get some tips from professionals or just see the work involved, the kolache baking demonstrations on Friday or Saturday of Czech Days in the Community Center are a must see!
We are in search for our future 2019 Tabor Czech Days Queen. If you are between the ages of 16 and 21, please consider being a contestant for Tabor Czech Days Queen.
Contestants must be between 16 and 21 years of age prior to September 1st of the current year and must be attending high school or be a high school graduate, single, never married and not pregnant and able to attend local parades throughout the year.
We are having an open house to meet with all those interested on
Saturday, December 29th from 1-4pm at the Tabor Community Center.