Celebrate Polish Heritage in The Capital Region

Celebrate Polish Heritage in The Capital Region

@MikeRyanRadio | 4.10.23

The Office of the General Services is proud to announce that on April 26, they will be hosting a Polish Festival at the Empire State Plaza South Concourse. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is a celebration of Polish Heritage. What was originally a festival tied to Dyngus Day has grown into a more general celebration of all things Polish.

Attendees can expect traditional Polish food, music, and vendors. The Polish Community Center will be providing a traditional lunch, complete with pierogies, kielbasa, and golabki. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone who has yet to try these delicious dishes to experience them firsthand. Traditional music will also be provided by Herbie Liebenhagen & the Accord-A-Tones. This band has been performing for over 30 years and is sure to get the crowd moving.

The Polish Festival is a great way to learn more about Polish culture and traditions. In addition to the food and music, there will be vendors selling a variety of Polish goods, including handmade crafts, jewelry, and more. Visitors can also learn about the history of Polish immigration to the United States and the impact that Polish-Americans have had on our country.

The Office of the General Services is excited to host this festival and hopes that it will be a fun and educational experience for all who attend. The event is free and open to the public, so be sure to mark your calendar and come celebrate Polish Heritage with us on April 26.

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