This is a placeholder for the 2023 Pierogi Fest. This most beloved and savored event at the Polish Cultural Center is back to its usual slot on the second Saturday
The Polish Home Association invites everybody to a traditional meeting of members & friends of the Polish Home with sharing of the Easter eggs and a dinner. PHA provides most
The pandemic is practically over as far as the Easter basket blessings this year. Below is a list of local Catholic churches observing this traditional Polish rite on Holy Saturday,
This is the annual one-day Polish Bazaar that falls on the Saturday before Palm Sunday. It’s on April Fool’s Day this year, but it’s for real! The bazaar features the
The Culinary Workshop group and the Polish Festival Seattle present another session of its very popular food demos. This one will also double as a fundraiser for the Polish Festival.
Hungry for ponchki / pączki or favorki? Polish Home Assn. invites you to celebrate Fat Thursday at the Polish Cultural Center. (Fat Thursday is the Polish equivalent of Fat Tuesday,
Another comeback after the pandemic: the Polish Cultural Center invites everybody to Opłatek, a wafer & goodwill sharing event that has been a long-standing tradition of our local Polish community.
The Polish Home Association presents the annual Mikołajki party for children to celebrate Christmas traditions at the Polish Cultural Center. This is a community-wide event, and all children are invited,
The Culinary Workshops group presents a Christmas edition of their popular hands-on cooking sessions. This one will have a Wigilia (Polish Christmas Eve) ambiance as all the demos are related
Polish Home Association presents an Andrzejki Party at the Polish Home. In Poland, Andrzejki used to be the last party of the season, on the St. Andrew’s Eve, and its
The Seattle Polish Scout Troop “Kaszuby” invite everybody to the Polish Cultural Center at 2:30 pm on Sunday November 13 for a celebration of the Polish Independence Day commemorating Poland
As was the case the last year, this most beloved and savored event at the Polish Cultural Center has been moved from its usual May weekend to September. The program
Polish Festival Seattle returns to the Seattle Center Armory and the Mural Amphitheater this year. This year is also the 10th anniversary of the festival – it started in 2012,
The University of Washington Polish Studies Endowment Committee presents the lecture Witchers, Strigas, and the Man on the Moon – Polish Legends in Contemporary Popular Culture by Dawid Junke, PhD.
Polish Cultural Center presents a commemoration of the first Polish Constitution enacted in 1791. This was the second constitution in the world, after the American Constitution and before the French
Update: this event raised about $950 for the Polish Festival. Polish Festival Seattle and the Culinary Workshops group present Adventures in Polish Cooking where you can learn how to make
With the pandemic restrictions going away gradually, the Easter basket blessings are more widely available than the last year. Below is a list of local Catholic churches observing this traditional
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
The Polish Cultural Center celebrates this year’s Fat Thursday with a special dinner and a sale of Polish pastries of the season: pączki (Polish doughnuts) and faworki (fa-vor-kee) a.k.a chrust
Local Polish Culinary Workshops group invites everybody to the Polish Home to a session making faworki (fa-vor-kee) or chrust (hroost) – the traditional pastries for Fat Thursday and later for