Celebrate Halfway to Polish Day
Subject: Celebrate Halfway to Polish Day
Send date: 2010-02-24 11:56:02
Issue #: 46
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PolishYoungstown kicks off plans for August event with a party this weekend, Saturday Feb. 27th


Despite the fact that there is still snow on the ground, the Polish Youngstown team is ready to start the excitement for their August 29th event. And what better way then with a party meant to be a

min-version of that fun day.


The event will take place this weekend, Saturday Feb. 27th at Kuzman’s Lounge at 1025 S State St. Route 422 Girard, OH. Doors will open at
7 PM and band will start at 8 PM. The Polkatones, the Canton band that played the group’s first event, appropriately will be entertaining this evening as well. Admission is $7. 


“Why wait until summer to celebrate?” said Aundrea Cika, director of the active organization. “There is no better way to shake off the winter cabin fever than a taste of our Polish party.”


In addition to Polish beer, vodka and brandy and traditional pierogi and kielbasa, the evening will feature many of the most popular events from the all-day event. Trivia contest winners will receive a chance for free dinner, beverages or entry to this year’s August event!


The festivities kick off with complimentary polka lessons with members of the Krakowiaki Polish Folk Circle at 7 PM. The Krakowiaki will perform at the first band break. It will include the group’s new American polka number, the Domino Polka. This line dance style polka has long been a tradition in upstate New York and New England, but never gained popularity here. The group hopes to change that by teaching it to attendees that night!


A highlight of the evening promises to be the kick off of the
50/50--Attendance Guessing Contest.


"Last year we had 1,123 people in attendance surpassing all of our expectations,” says Cika. She added that the participation of the Most Reverend George Murry, Bishop of Youngstown, at mass and the rarely available Baltimore-based Charm City Sound as the band should only add to this year’s attractions.


“Now we are offering people a chance to guess this year’s number and profit from their speculation!”


For a quarter, people get a chance to guess the attendance and put their guess in the money apron. For every 50 guesses in the jar, PolishYoungstown will add a $10.00 bill to this Polish apron for the kitty.  This will continue at every event the group sponsors for the next six month. Those closest to the real number at 4 PM on Polish Day will be entered to the 50/50 of the cash amount collected!!


For more information or to reserve a table, call 330-545-8995.

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