The fall bazaar is returning to the Polish Cultural Center at its usual first weekend of November, organized by the Polish Women’s Club. The ladies are playing it safe though due to the pandemic, and this year the Polish bazaar will last only one day, instead of the usual two.
Other than that, it is expected to feature the usual: booths with amber and jewelry, arts and crafts, Polish crystals and Boleslawiec pottery as well as booths by local Polish organizations. You can also buy Christmas ornaments and wafers (oplatki), as well as paczki, pastries and homemade cakes. Frozen pierogi will be available as usual.
Delicious dinners of pickle soup, borscht, pierogi, Polish sausage, and cabbage rolls served all day. On hand too Polish beer, check the menu here. Also available delectable pastries as well as coffee/tea at the dessert booth. Take-home dinners and sweets are available.
Reservations strongly recommended
Due to pandemic restrictions the number of visitors will be limited. Please plan ahead and make an appropriate reservation!
Volunteers needed for the Bazaar
If you would like to help with bazaar organization please contact [email protected].
Pierogi making sessions!
As is the tradition, the Polish Women’s Club is having a pierogi making sessions before the bazaar. Volunteers and new members of the club are invited to join – if you don’t know how to make pierogi, you can learn it easily at one of these sessions! All sessions are on Tuesdays at 12 pm at the Polish Home, from September 28 to mid-October, 2021. Please contact President Barbara Augustyniak, if interested. All sessions
More: Polish Women’s Club page on facebook