There has been several fundraisers for Ukraine that our local Polish communities have been involved with; this is an update for the recent ones. The dinner and auction with Gov. Jay
The 18th Avenue Theatre and Magdalena Gustowska-Kucharska invite all children and youth to an art contest related to its first play scheduled to have a premiere on June 24, 2022.
Last Friday, April 22, 2022, Polish Home Association (PHA) organized a gala dinner and auction “Bid for Ukraine” at the Polish Cultural Center in Seattle supporting the Ukrainian Association of
Update Over $53,000 has been raised by 5/5/22; $30,000 has been wired to PAH in two tranches, $2,000 granted to the Seattle-Gdynia Sister City Assn to support City of Gdynia
Radio Wisła, a Seattle based Polish internet radio station, has just posted a recording with Henryk Wrożyński. Wrożyński is an actor, theater director and a poet who lives in Shoreline.
The University of Washington has established the Maria Kott Endowed Professorship of Polish Studies at the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. This is the first endowed professorship of Polish
Kamila Kanczugowski, the well known and liked chef in the Polish community, accepted a new position at the Polish Cultural Center Dom Polski; for now it is on a temporary
The local Polish Choir Vivat Musica! presents a recording with a medley of Polish patriotic songs celebrating Poland’s Independence Day on November 11. The date commemorates the anniversary of Poland
Starting this fall, the J. Słowacki Polish School in Seattle has a new principal. Maria Grabowska, who has led the school since 2014, has retired and Milena Dickens accepted the
On October 16, 2021, Jarosław Łasiński, Consul General of the Republic of Poland in Los Angeles, honored local Polish-Americans with the following medals: Bogdan Smyczynski of Tacoma and Józef Eugeniusz
Kaysy Ostrom has directed a play I Never Saw Another Butterfly, performing live at the main stage of the Studio East theatre in Kirkland, from October 8 to 17, 2021.
Marion Jan “Marian” Ossowski, a longtime member of the Polish community, died on September 13, 2021 after battling COVID-19 for several weeks. He was 70. Regretfully, Marion was not vaccinated;
Memories from Polish Scouting in Seattle and with Scoutmaster Martha Golubiec. To honor the 35th anniversary of Polish Scouting in Seattle, the local scout troop Kaszuby is creating a memory
This year will be the 40th anniversary of the imposition of the Martial Law in Poland on December 13, 1981. For all who lived through it, including the Polish News
Paulina Phung has launched a new initiative at the Polish Cultural Center with an audacious goal to start a theatre! She is organizing a theatrical group and calling on all theatre
The Consulate General of Poland in Los Angeles does not plan a passport visit to Seattle before or during summer 2021; the program to visit different cities has been suspended
Polish Festival Seattle will have a livestream video on the Festival day, July 10, 2021 showcasing traditional Polish costumes along with dance, music and other activities. We invite members of
The spring quarter at the University of Washington brings again courses that can draw people interested in Polish language and culture. As usual, seniors 60+ can register to listen to
Poland and the United States have an agreement about Social Security systems for their citizens; Poles living in the USA can receive Polish social security benefits managed by the Polish state