Sweetest Heart of Mary Pierogi Festival
August 10-11, 2019
Sweetest Heart of Mary Church
4440 Russell St., Detroit, Michigan 48207
Delicious Polish Food, Bands, Dancing, Traditional Polish Dancers, the famous Olde School Resale Shoppe, Children's Activities and Games, Raffles, Unique Vendors, and more! Fun for the whole family.
For more info: https://www.motherofdivinemercy.org/annual-pierogi-festival/
47th Annual St. Josaphat Ukrainian Festival
August 16-17, 2019
40 Ridge Rd. E. Rochester, NY 14621
The Festival offers tradition Ukrainian foods such as Varenyky (or pyrohy or pierogies) a potato and cheese dumpling, Holubtsi (stuffed cabbage rolls), Kovbasa (Ukrainian sausage), Kapusta (Ukrainian style sauerkraut) and Borshch (beet soup) to the public.
The Festival Bazaar
Hosts a variety of vendors from throughout the United States and Canada displaying Ukrainian Arts and Crafts such as ceramics, embroidery, wood carvings, jewelry, icons, paintings and Ukrainian Easter eggs.
"The Ukrainian Stage"
Offers a variety of entertainment including Tradition Ukrainian Folk Dancers and Singers and musicians.
More Info: https://www.rochesterukrainianfestival.com/about.php
Polish Youngstown Polish Day
August 18, 2019
St. Anne Ukrainian Catholic Church Byzantine Rite
4310 Kirk Rd. Austintown, OH 44511
Join us Sunday, August 18 starting at 11 AM for the 11th annual Polish Day!
Mass is at 11:30 AM and then festivities continue until 6 PM.
The original polka bands from our very first Polish Day will be joining us from Cleveland and Pittsburgh to delight your ears with music and your feet with dancing.
We are one of the only festivals to have speakers and educational workshops throughout the day as well as:
-Pierogi eating contest
-Made to order Nalesniki (Polish crepes)
-How to make pierogi workshop
-Polish Deli & Bakery
-Polish Marketplace (perfect for Christmas shopping)
Polish Food Festival in Denver
August 24-25, 2019
St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church
517 E. 46th Ave. Denver, CO
Polish Food Festival, Denver- is an annual celebration of Polish culture, food and ethnicity, happening every summer in Denver, Colorado.
More Info: http://polishfoodfestival.org
Polish-American Family Festival & Country Fair
August 31-September 2, 2019
National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa
654 Ferry Rd., Doylestown, PA 18901
The Polish-American Family Festival & Country Fair is a celebration of Polish culture, heritage and traditions.
Starting with a small, informal event in 1966, the Festival has grown from humble beginnings into one of the oldest and most popular festivals of its kind in the U.S. Each year the Festival attracts a diverse crowd of local, regional and international visitors, with over 25,000 festival attendees in 2009 alone.
The Festival takes place on the grounds of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, located on 170 beautiful acres in Doylestown, PA (suburban Philadelphia).
It is a non-profit event staffed solely by volunteers dedicated to making your visit a wonderful experience. All net proceeds go directly to defraying the costs of the festival and to maintaining the operation of the Shrine.
We invite you to join us this year and to become part of the hundreds of thousands of folks who have visited the Festival throughout its history. It’s a unique opportunity to have a great time at a great bargain while supporting a great cause.
More info: http://polishamericanfestival.org
Portland Polish Festival
September 21-22, 2019
3900 N. Interstate Ave. Portland OR, 97227
The Polish festival is an event for families and singles, adults and children, for food connoisseurs, music lovers, concert goers, dance enthusiasts, … It is for everyone.
During the festival, we provide non-stop stage performances, including a few dance groups and music bands, polka contest on Saturday and Sunday, a street dance, delicious Polish food and imported Polish beer.
Saturday, Sept 21, 2019: 11am - 10pm
Sunday, Sept 22, 2019: noon - 6pm
More info: http://portlandpolonia.org/welcome-pf/
Recultured Designs Holiday Open House
October 20, 2019
26336 Pillsbury, Farmington Hills, MI 48334
We are excited to annouce our annual Holiday Open House! As always, this event will be held on my last weekend in the US (before I head back to Poland for the winter).
We have been working hard to make this event bigger and better then ever! Items that will be available for purchase: Polish folk Christmas ornaments & angels, Polish accessories (scarves, jewellery, ties), girl's folk skirts, t-shirts and of course our newest autumn clothing designs!
You are free to stop by any time between 10am-6pm. We encourage you to come with family and friends! Can't wait to see you all- Olenka