Attractions

EXHIBITS:

In the Polish Hall:
 
Polish Hall:
Anno Domini 966
Celebration of 1050 Years of Christianity in Poland - 1050 Years of the Polish State
 
 
April 14 marks 1050 years since the day Polish Duke, Mieszko I, was baptized. 1050 years ago, Poland became a Christian country

Polish Hall Library:
Warsaw - The capital of Poland

European Café serving coffee, tea and traditional Polish cakes. 

 

In the Church:

Attend the Polish Mass on Sunday at 11:00am.

 

 

 

Children's Village (Located by the Main Stage)


Offers art projects, face painting, a bounce house, cotton candy and other treats. Operated by the Polish School from 11am-7 pm on Saturday and noon-6pm on Sunday. Located to the right of the stage.

Festival Token

The festival token is called "Zloty" which is actually the Polish currency unit. The Polish spelling is "z oty" - literally meaning a gold (piece). The zloty was introduced in 1924. It replaced the Polish Mark. The denomination is: 1 zloty = 100 groszy. At the Polish festival one Zloty is worth one Dollar.