The Czechoslovak Moravan Club was founded in 1935 as an independent, non-profit local organization, governed solely by its membership, most of whom live in Broome County, NY, in order to assemble men and women who are interested in learning about and promoting the Czech and Slovak heritage, regardless of their religion for following purposes:
To promote the understanding of the Czechoslovak language, culture, folklore, and customs.
To encourage and assist members, and Czechoslovak immigrants to be informed law abiding citizens.
To promote respect, friendship, goodwill and mutual understanding among its members and the community.
This organization does not promote or support any religious or political aims or purposes, but it respects the personal beliefs and practices of its membership in this regard.
Membership dues are $10 per year. This includes membership card, bi-monthly newsletter (Nase Noviny), as well as member rates for ethnic classes and functions being held by the club.
If you are at least 18 years of age and are interested in learning about and promoting the Czech and Slovak heritage, you are eligible for membership.
Membership is open all year. Learn how to join
When Do You Meet?
Fašank – Pre Lenten Celebration held in February
Anniversary Dinner – Allows members to come together as a group and celebrate the club, held in May
Piknik – Day of fun, ethnic food and drink, dancing and games, held in August
Hody – Harvest Celebration, held in November
Mikuláš- St. Nicholas Party held in December for the children of the club.
Where Are You Located?
Most of our members reside in the Binghmton area, however there are members all across the county and in Canada as well.
At present all meetings are being held at Endwell Fire Station on the corner of Hooper/Country Club rd.