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ONE WORLD DAY 2019

Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

POLISH CULTURAL GARDEN on ONE WORLD DAY,  August 25th.

One World Day celebration 2019

 
Please encourage friends and family to attend….and WALK WITH US in the growing Polish contingency in the ANNUAL “Parade of Flags”  during the Cleveland ONE WORLD DAY at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. 
 
Both strong and prosperous nations ~ the USA and Poland celebrate 100 YEARS OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS  1919-2019 – our Parade theme!  Time to celebrate this.
Updates-
The parade starts at 12noon: Meet us at around 11 am wearing red and white, flags, etc. Meet on MLK Blvd. and St. Casimir Way.  (Park up near St. Casimir Parish is my best suggestion) Please note that MLK Blvd will be closed to traffic at 9:45 AM 
 
After Parade, come to the gorgeous Polish Garden. Shady area, where you can relax and enjoy the day with fun activities, performances, and great music. Lots to see and do.  We invite everyone.  
For more information please contact:
Connie Adams
216.218.8030

Polish Picnic

Wednesday, July 10th, 2019

Polish Picnic 2019

 

Polish American Cultural Center invites you to our annual
POLISH PICNIC

When:
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019
3–11 PM

Where:
SAINT SAVA SERBIAN CHURCH
2151 W. WALLINGS ROAD, BROADVIEW HTS.

HOMEMADE POLISH FOOD
Pierogi, Gołąbki, Kielbasa Sandwiches, łazanki,
Potato Pancakes with gulasz, hot dogs, and various desserts!!
DANCING
PTAKI BAND

GREAT FOOD, REFRESHMENTS
LOTS OF ATTRACTIONS including Kids Play Zone
RAFFLE with a Grand Prize of $1000 AND DOOR PRIZES

RAFFLE TICKETS  can be purchased by contacting Gene Bak 440-263-5552

ADMISSION $5

https://www.facebook.com/events/942766555893987/ 

Polish Picnic

Saint John Paul II Bust Dedication

Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

Polish Cultural Garden Saint John Paul II Bust Dedication
Saturday May 18, 2019

2 PM
Polish Cultural Garden
St. Clair and East Boulevard

Saint John Paul II Bust

We hope you can join us as we celebrate the blessing and dedication of the Andrej Pitynski bronze bust of Polish-born, our Highest Holiness Saint John Paul II. Renowned artist Pitynski will be present with Clergy and Cleveland area dignitaries. Many friends and contributors will grace the occasion on behalf of the Polish Cultural Garden, the family of Cleveland Cultural Gardens and the Polish-American Cultural Center, John Paul II. Following the dedication will be a reception at the Polish American Cultural Center, 6501 Lansing Avenue in Slavic Village. Secure parking available across the street.

Polish Constitution Day May 3rd

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019
May 3rd Constitution Day

Polish Constitution Day May 3, 2019

Cleveland Polish Constitution Day Celebration 2019

CLE Polish Constitution Day Celebration 2019

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Polish American Cultural Center invites you to their Artistic Program and Reception which will take place at 7:00 PM on May 3rd , 2019

6501 Lansing Ave. Cleveland, OH

 

Join us for this year’s parade which will be held on Sunday, April 28, 2019, Fleet Avenue in Warszawa Historic District of Cleveland (known today as Slavic Village). By participating in one of the oldest Polish Parade outside of Poland you will have the opportunity to celebrate with Cleveland’s Polish Community one of its finest traditions.

Schedule of events
Friday, April 26th at 6:00 pm
“Wiwat 3 Maja” a program for children of the Cleveland Polish schools at the Polish American Cultural Center
6501 Lansing Ave. Cleveland, OH

Saturday, April 27th at 7:00 pm
A tantalizing concert of classical music by Dr. Konrad Binienda and Mr. Konrad Kowal at the Shrine Church of Saint Stanislaus, Slavic Village.
At Dusk – See the Terminal Tower displaying the national colors of Poland

Sunday, April 28th at 11:00 am
-Polish Catholic mass at St. Barbara Church
1505 Denison Avenue Cleveland, OH
-11:30 am- 1:00pm Lunch at the Polish American Cultural Center
-Grand Parade at 1:30pm in Slavic Village concluding at the Polish American Cultural Center with a cultural program by the Cleveland Polish Schools and Dance groups.

May 3, 2019

Reverse Raffle

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

PACCJPII reverse raffle 03 2019

The PACC’s Reverse Raffle is a great event, Grand prize is $1000, many other prizes to be awarded and have lots of fun!

Lecture by Dr. Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

KF speaker Dr. Ambrosewicz Dr. Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs will present her lecture on the CWRU campus in the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences Building on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. We hope that you will be able to attend this important and interesting lecture about Polish-Jewish Relations and the Holocaust in Polish Culture after the fall of communism.

For more information contact: Dr. Kathleen Farkas at 368-2276 or kjf@case.edu

The Land of Smiles

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

Victorian London - A Ball at the Mansion House

The Land of Smiles

(Das Land des Lächelns)

by Franz Lehár

  • Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Polish-American Cultural Center 
6501 Lansing AvenueCleveland OH 44105

 

Kulig Zimowy 2019

Friday, January 25th, 2019

kulig 2019Festyn/ Kulig Zimowy 2019

Winter Fest 2019

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Brooklyn Exchange Cabin Cleveland Metro Parks

2400 State Rd. Hinkley, OH 44233

Fun for the whole family! Zabawa dla calej rodziny!

Polish Minister CLE Visit and Trail of Hope Exhibit

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Polish Minister Anna Maria Anders Cleveland Visit

And the Trail of Hope Exhibit

Trail of Hope Exhibit

The Republic of Poland’s Secretary of State will visit Cleveland, Ohio to commemorate her father through the traveling Trail of Hope Exhibit and honor a local survivor who served under her father’s fabled Army.  Minister Anna Maria Anders is the daughter of Polish WWII General Wladyslaw Anders, whose Army’s epic journey across three continents is chronicled in Norman Davies best-selling book, The Trail of Hope. The Polish Government has created a mobile exhibit featuring 15 stations, and this exhibit will be on display at the Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland’s Slavic Village from September 19 – 30.  A reception will be held at the Cultural Center on Saturday evening, September 22.

Cleveland is just the 2nd American city to host the Trail of Hope Exhibit, which was made possible from an invitation that a Cleveland author received to the Polish Embassy in May to commemorate Poland’s Constitution Day. Cuyahoga Community College Professor Andrew Bajda received an invitation after Poland’s Ambassador to the USA, Piotr Wilczek, learned of his book, Captured in Liberation. Bajda’s book colorfully describes his father’s quest to join Anders Army as a teen living in Poland during WWII, a journey which took him across the vast European continent, including capture and escape from a POW camp.  During the reception, Bajda and his father Marian were invited for a private meeting with the Ambassador. Upon learning more of the story and its impact on the local Polish community, Wilczek phoned Minister Anders to connect her with Bajda and plant the seed for the Trail of Hope Exhibit’s Cleveland appearance.

Cleveland Itinerary for Minister Anders

Saturday, September 22:

2:00 PM – Event with Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur

7:00 PM -  An evening reception (125 seating) at the Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland’s Slavic Village.  The reception will honor the Anders Army and local surviving members of the Second Corps.  Congresswoman Kaptur will join us, but this will be promoted as a celebration, not a political event. Adjoining the Reception Hall is a local Polish museum that will display the Trail of Hope exhibit from September 19 – September 30.

Sunday, September 23:

10 AM – Polish Mass at the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus in Cleveland’s Slavic Village. I believe this to be Cleveland’s most beautiful church and was visited by Pope John Paul II when he came to Cleveland.

Noon –  Lunch at the Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland’s Slavic Village.

 

 

 

 

Polish Veterans arrive in Cleveland TODAY

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
http://rajdpamieci44.pl/

http://rajdpamieci44.pl/

Join us at 6:00 PM at the Polish American Cultural Center to welcome…

Three heroic Polish veterans, who recovered from their injuries,and  presently are taking on the challenge of cycling
cross country to honor their fallen comrades from the War in Afghanistan. They are meeting up with American veterans and Polish communities across the US along their very long and hard journey.
The US Challenge team of 3 riders and 1 support person arrived in California weeks ago…and TODAY make their way to Cleveland to tell their story !!
Heartwarming tale….and we welcome them approx. 5 pm Thursday 7/19 in and around downtown Cleveland, as they will be arriving on Rt 6.Po wiecej informacji na stronie internetwoej: http://rajdpamieci44.pl/