After dipping the proverbial toes with a limited fall bazaar in November, the Polish Women’s Club decided to organize a regular spring bazaar after a two-year hiatus, with no pandemic restrictions or space limits.
The old-new bazaar features the usual: booths with amber and jewelry, arts and crafts, Polish crystals and Boleslawiec pottery as well as booths by local Polish organizations. Frozen pierogi will be available as usual.
The delicious bazaar food includes pickle soup, white borscht, pierogi, Polish sausages and cabbage rolls as well as Polish beer; for dessert home-made cakes, pastries, coffee/tea; for takeout frozen pierogi, take-home dinners and sweets. Please check out the full bazaar menu.
Volunteers needed for the Bazaar
If you would like to help with bazaar organization, please contact [email protected]. Volunteers are needed for the bazaar setup, for running the bazaar and for dismantling / cleanup afterwards.