Society of "Prosvita" of the name of Tarasa Shevchenka
November, 1905 — the first organization Prosvita was set up in
1906-1908 – Russian repression against Prosvita activists.
1917 - legal cultural and political organization Ukrainian Home was founded in Kherson (M.Chernyavskiy — a head).
April, 1917 – the first legal Ukrainian meeting took place in
1917 - the fist Ukrainian drama theatre named after Taras Shevchenko was established by Ukrainian Home activists (Yuriy Shumskiy — a director).
1918-1920 — many Ukrainian schools were opened in Kherson, Ukrainian kindergartens, Ukrainian language and history courses.
1918-1922 — many Prosvita branches were opened all over Kherson and Tavriya provinces.
1922-1937 — Bolshevik Russia reinforced its repressions towards Prosvita activists.
1988 — Ukrainian language societies were opened in Kherson (Viktor Kisel — a head of Kherson branch).
1992 — Assosiation of Ukrainian language was reorganized into PROSVITA society named after Taras Shevchenko (Nikolay Bratan — a head).
1992 — Pure Well - a children literary and art organization was established in Tsyurupinskу
1993 — Unifying extraordinary conference of all Ukrainian associations Prosvita of the name of Taras Shevchenko
1996 – first organizations of Young Prosvita were set up in Kherson.
1999 – Pure Well organized the first regional literary competition Generation XX!.
2000 – Kherson branch of Prosvita publishing stated its work in Kherson.
2000 — Kherson Young Prosvita organized a regional festival of talented youth Star Carnival.
2001 – Members of Prosvita organization Oleg Oleksyuk, Nataliya Mudrolyubova and Nelya Gluschanko presented Kherson at the National Palace Ukraine in Kiev.
2001 — Jury at the regional competition of readers of the poems by Taras Shevchenko.
2001 — Opening of the I Regional Festival of talented youth Star Carnival.
2004 — Pavel Movchanta, Oleg Oleksyuk at the all Ukrainian competition of young poets (Kiev).
2004 — Oleg Oleksyuk and Nataliya Kolomoets in the square of Liberty during the Orange revolution in Ukraine.
2005 – Presentation of the fourth edition of Essays from the history of Berislavschina at Oles Honchar regional scientific library2005 – Prosvita book exhibition at Lesya Ukrainka Kherson central town library