What's Happening in Polish Youngstown
Subject: What's Happening in Polish Youngstown
Send date: 2009-09-03 03:18:05
Issue #: 17
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Thanks to all of you who made Polish Day '09 such a fabulous event with your participation on Sunday. We were overwhelmed by your participation and your enthusiasm!

We recognize that waiting an hour for pierogi, etc. is not the way you want to enjoy the festival. We are hearing great things from you about the taste of the food so I am glad it was worth the wait! We promise that we are continuing to find new ways to feed people in a more efficient fashion and appreciate your patience with us.
If you have any comments about the event that you would like to share with us, please do so via this link:  We will review them at our follow up meeting and make improvements for the future!




Canfield Fair
The Polish Arts Club, with the help of Anne Dayton of Slovak Folk Crafts, have created a stunning booth in the International Barn near Gate 5 at the Canfield Fair. The theme this year is Polish Pottery and the booth is reflective of a diningroom set for dinner using some of the 30 varieties of Bolesławiec patterns carried in their Grove City store. A little taste of the hundreds of designs available in the Southwestern Poland village. Please put a visit to their booth on your list of must-dos while at the fair!



Krakowiaki Polish Folk Circle 
After their media-inspiring preview performance at Polish Day, the dancers and Village Folk Singers will come together at 3 PM Sunday September 6th on the Canfield Fair's International Stage to premiere their new Mountain Suite. The songs and dances will reflect the regions of Podhale, Slask and Zywiec of Southern Poland. Check out their new kierpce, little leather dance shoes, the group imported straight from Zakopane!

Mark your calendar for Zatańczmy:
a Celebration of Polish Folk
Dance will take place on Sunday, October 18th at Magnificat High School Performing Arts Center 20770 Hilliard Boulevard, Rocky River, OH.
The NE Ohio and Western PA region’s six Polish folk song and dance ensembles, including Krakowiaki, are hosting this concert as a first-time collaborative event and the results are will be stunning. The more than 100 children, adults and seniors that make up these non-profit groups dedicate their time and energy to share their appreciation of authentic Polish folk dance with both regional and national audiences. Many of the dancers participate in the triennial Worldwide Festival of Polish Folk Dance in Rzeszow, Poland, exposing them to renowned choreographers as well as performers from around the world. The costumes and choreographer are sure to be stunning.
To make it even more fun, this event will start at 12 P.M. offering a traditional Polish buffet, bakery and marketplace with ethnic items all available for purchase. The multigenerational song and dance concert will begin at 3 P.M. Tickets for the family-friendly concert are $12 in advance/$15 dollars at the door.

This event is sponsored by the Polish National Alliance and the Polish Roman Catholic Union to showcase the talents of the six folk dance groups involved. PolishYoungstown.com soon will be posting information about a bus up to Cleveland to enjoy this fun-filled day.



Mark your calendar for
Polish Happy Hour
We know you are in back-to-school mode and want to get back to our regular monthly night's out. We are in recovery mode and will get back to you with info on September's event as soon as we have it!
Look forward to seeing you at once of these Polish-inspired events!!

Sincerely,
Your PolishYoungstown Team
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