Channel 9 recently featured the upcoming 60th annual Polish Fest! See the story here: http://www.localsyr.com/story/d/story/7-things-to-know-about-syracuses-polish-festival-t/21753/bP0_IJbnhkKvvkYHXxHbMw
October 3, 2013 – Thursday – at 7 pm @ Syracuse Polish Home, 915 Park Avenue On our agenda: Election 2014 and of course preparation to next year festival.
The Fifty-ninth Polish Scholarship Festival was held at Syracuse’s Clinton Square on June 21, 22 and 23 with 12 Grammy nominee Lenny Gomulka and the Chicago Push from Massachusetts with his famous “Push” style of polka music heading the entertainment Saturday night. Festivities began Friday at noon with the Polish flag being raised at City
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Lamar billboards flashed white & red and announcing that the Polish Festival would be held in Syracuse’s Clinton Square. Joe Galuski from WSYR radio said, “The sun shines on the Polish people!” And did it shine, bringing throngs of people out to the fifty-eighth Polish Festival, June 8, 9 and 10. Festivities began with PSF
We will celebrate and honor Stan Borys for 50 years on stage, and his 70th birthday, with the screening of the film “WOLNOSC JAK PLOMIEN” – “Freedom Like a Flame”. After the screening there will be birthday cake and a meeting with the artist. Stan Borys has resided in the US for over 30 years.
The Polish Scholarship Fund, Inc. announces that the deadline for submitting applications for ten scholarships is March 15, 2012. Scholarships will be awarded at its fifty-seventh annual Polish Scholarship Festival to be held at Syracuse’s Clinton Square on June 8, 9 and 10, 2012. A nonprofit organization, The PFS has presented a Polish Festival for
The Fifty-seventh annual Polish Scholarship Festival came to an end Sunday, June 12, 2011 with the sounds of The Knewz from Buffalo, New York. Besides this Grammy-nominated band, the talented Lechowia Dance Company entertained the large crowd with their lively dances and colorful costumes. Sunday also brought the awarding of ten scholarships to deserving students
The Fifty-seventh Polish Scholarship Festival will be held at Syracuse’s Clinton Square on June 10, 11 and 12 with Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra heading the entertainment Saturday night. Festivities will begin Friday at noon with the Polish flag being raised at City Hall. Fritz’s Polka Band will open the entertainment at 4 o’clock at