Live demonstrations of Polish cooking, pierogi making, Polish Pastries, hand painted Polish Easter eggs, straw ornaments, Polish surname origins, Polish paper cuttings, St. Andrew’s Eve fortune telling and a variety of Polish, Lithuanian and Carpatho-Rusyn folk arts will be featured for festival guests to try. Join Radek Fizik and his Polish Folk Songs and the Polkas, Obereks and Mazurkas of “Frania’s Polka Celebration" for your listening and dancing pleasure. The Polish Kitchen and Old World Bakery will offer delicious foods and baked goods at reasonable prices. The “Lajkoniki” Polish Folk Dance Ensemble, “Bociai” Lithuanian Choir, Polish Falcons of America - Poland’s 100 Years of Freedom, “Karuzela” Polish Folk Choir and “Juraj Adamik - Tatra/Carpathian Mountaineer Ax Dancing" will offer continuous live entertainment through the day. Proceeds to benefit the University of Pittsburgh Nationality Room Scholarship Fund.
Sunday, November 11
12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Cathedral of Learning Commons Room
Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies and Nationality Rooms on behalf of
Lawrence G. Kozlowski