Summer is a time for ethnic festivals and Youngstown has saved the best for last!
Polish Day 2010
Sunday, August 29th
is bigger and better than ever!
Here are some of the highlights:
Ø Polish-style polka mass with Bishop George Murry presiding 11:30 AM (Doors open at 10:30 AM)
Ø Polish kitchen with addition of bigos and nalesniki to the well-known and tasty choices of pierogi, haluski, potato pancakes, and kielbasa! HOSTED BY SEVEN ROSES OF SLAVIC VILLAGE
Ø Polish Deli with homemade kielbasa, kieszka and more!
HOSTED BY S&D Deli of PITTSBURGH
Ø Polish Bakery with homemade pączki donuts, sękacz and more!
Ø Polish Beer and drinks
Ø Three polka bands and a Jam Session & Sing-A-Long…and a special surprise: the premiere of the especially composed Polish Youngstown Polka!!
Ø Endless basket auction and giveaways
Ø THREE folk dance ensembles performing
Ø Polka line dancing lessons and demonstrations by championship dancers
Ø Marketplace vendors that includes Polish pottery, amber jewelry, wooden eggs, folk and iconic art.
Ø Pierogi Eating Contest with cash prizes…5 spots still available!!
Ø FREE workshops on Polish history, genealogy, travel and much more in the Cultural Garden!
Ø FREE children’s activities all afternoon!Ø Plenty of parking and security on site!
Improvements THIS YEAR include:
ü take out window out back
ü Additional seating under tents outside
ü 2 separate food lines
ü Marketplace vendors moved outside
Polish Day 09
Sunday August 29th
10:30 AM- 8 PM
St. Anne’s Catholic Church
3055 South Raccoon Road
Youngstown, OH 44515
Corner of Raccoon and Kirk Roads
All of this for $5 Admission Children 12 and under FREE
A COMPLETE SCHEDULE of the day’s activities is available here. Come on out to show your Polish pride and support for our efforts to share our colorful culture with the Mahoning Valley!
Hope to see you there!
Your PolishYoungstown Team