It is the cultural extravaganza filled with all things Polish. There’s plenty of pierogi, golabki, and kielbasa, but that’s not all! Watch traditional dances, listen to live music, taste some freshly made desserts and immerse yourself in our culture.
Authentic Polish Cuisine
We are proud to offer our Festival Guests the best quality of traditional Polish food. It is served in two areas and we strive to minimize the waiting time, so you can enjoy the music and the performances dinner eating, not wait in a line.
A huge variety of refreshments is served at two drink stations. The, best, however, is saved for the last...
After you've had your meal and a drink, visit Krysia's Famous Polish Desert booth for a sweet treat! The food, refreshment and pastry stations accept tickets that can be purchased at the entrance and at two ticket stations located between the Parish Hall and the stage. For your convenience, we accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards.
We know, kids love to play!
Children friendly area full of exciting games, face painting, bounce houses, and other fun activities to keep the kids entertained.
Be sure to visit our indoor Silent Auction where on vibrant tables filled with unique and exciting auction items you will always find beautiful and unrepeatable items. You just may discover vintage Polish crystal, linens, amber, dolls and other treasures.
Only the Best
Do you enjoy outdoor shopping or maybe you are looking for quality handmade or unique, creative products? Do you like to just look around? What your intentions are, handcrafted items from Poland and a variety of unique merchandise and gifts will be available at the booths lining streets.
Music and Dance
Energy packed folk dances, music and entertainment from Dance Group Wawel, Mini Wawel and Babcia Wawel, children from Nicolas Copernicus Polish School, DJ and many of our festival favorites.