2016

Dec 31, 8 pm - 2 am: New Year’s Eve Party at the Polish Cultural Center

Kiss good bye to the year 2016 and welcome 2017 at the Polish Home! This is the annual New Year's Eve party organized by the Polish Home Association. This year dancing will be at the upper hall with music by DJ Filip. The bar opens at 7 pm, sit down dinner at 8 pm, music from 9 pm to 1 am.

 

Where: at the Polish Cultural Center Dom Polski; tickets $80 PHA members, $100 non-members. Reservations & checks due by December 25. No tickets will be sold at the door.

 

More: For reservations and more info please contact Lucyna Błonska or call her at 206-992-6821

The Polish Cultural Center and Restaurant are closed on:

  • Friday 25 November - Thanksgiving

  • Sunday 27 November

  • Sunday 18 December

  • Sunday 25 December

  • Friday 30 December

  • Sunday 1 January

 

56th Annual Fall Bazaar at PHA, Saturday, November 5th and Sunday, November 6th, noon – 6 pm

Yes, this is 56th Annual Fall Polish Bazaar! It is a yearly event organized by the Ladies Auxiliary.

The booths upstairs will offer Polish crystal bowl and vases, Boleslawiec pottery, amber and silver jewelry, pottery, crafts, books and much more.

The "Vivat Musica!" choir will perform on Saturday at 2:30

Downstairs you can enjoy traditional Polish dishes of pierogi, sausage, cabbage rolls etc. served by the young generation of waiters clad in Polish folk costumes. You can also buy home made desserts and pastries. Most of the Puget Sound area Polish organizations would have their booths or info posted. This is usually a quite crowded event, so come early!

Admission and parking free

 

Thursday, September 22, 8 pm: Town Hall Meeting with Minister W. Waszczykowski in Seattle, in Polish

This is an open meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, Witold Waszczykowski. Mr. Waszczykowski, 59, is a career diplomat.

Among others, he served as a Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs in 2005-2008 and as the chief Polish negotiator with the United States for the missile defense system.

Since 2015 he is serving as the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He is a graduate of the University of Oregon Dept. of Political Science. The meeting is in Polish.

More: about the minister

 

Juliusz Słowacki Polish School in Seattle

Offers classes for children and adults, which take place every Monday between 6 PM and 8:30 PM.

The curriculum includes Polish language, history, geography, culture and traditions. We are accepting preschool students / 5 years or older/ - classes every Saturday 10:15 AM – 12:00PM.

Registration day is September 12 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

School is located at Polish Home, 1714 18th Ave., Seattle.

For more information please contact Maria Grabowska at megrabowska@yahoo.com , 425-271-3669, or Anna Babcock at shorebab@comcast.net

 

The Polish Cultural Center and the PB Kitchen restaurant will be closed between August 1st 2016 and September 8th 2016. 

We will reopen on Friday, September 9th 2016

The restaurant is also closed on Sundays; will start again serving Sunday dinners in October


Sunday, 21st of August 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Shelter #2
 
 

Annual picnic of the Polish Cultural Center.

We invite all members and friends of the PHA PHA will sposor the lunch

You can bring a salad and/or dessert to share with us!

There will be games for the children and adults with prizes.

WhereLincoln Park 8011 Fauntleroy SW/SW Webster, Seattle; North of Ferry

 

We are very sorry but the Polish Cultural Center and the PB Kitchen are closed today, Friday 7/8/2016 due to repairs being made in our building and preparations for the 2016 Polish Festival

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to you and invite you to visit us again next Friday 7/15/2016

Saturday,  May 14, 11:30 - 4 pm: Annual Pierogi Fest at the Polish Cultural Center

This is the 11th edition of the Festival that brings a great mixture of Polish food and culture.

It is a Polish dumpling extravaganza that serves several kinds of pierogi: meat, potato & cheese, plum etc. - get 10 pierogi for $10. Other Polish dishes available upstairs as well as Polish beer.

Free attractions include: folk group performances.. You can eat leisurely, listen to Polish music and have a good time. Also available: tea. coffee, soft drinks and desserts. On sale: Polish folk costumes, Polish sports scarves.

Performances TBD. Volunteers needed to run the event! Please contact John Golubiec.

Where: at the Polish Cultural Center Dom Polski in Seattle; food prices TBD, all entertainment and additional programs upstairs free

More: Please contact Festival coordinator John Golubiec for more info

 

We invite our youngest children on every Sunday at 14:00 to have fun and learn Polish songs ("Jedzie pociąg z daleka", "Mam chusteczkę haftowaną"), polish children rhymes and dances.

Children's art group "Polskie Małe Orzełki" was established just two months ago. The group is led by professional music teacher Mrs. Monika McRobert.

For information please contact Ms. Jola Szymańska tel. 206-465-4103

We hope to see you soon on Sundays at the Polish Cultural Center

JULIUSZ SŁOWACKI POLISH SCHOOL

POLISH HALL, 1714 18 Ave, SEATTLE

APRIL 10, 2016, 12:00 – 4:00 PM

 

COSTUME PARTY FOR CHILDREN

 

·     SINGING, DANCING, GAMES          

·     GRY , ZABAWY, TAŃCE

·     DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DINNER  AND DESSERTS!

 ZAPRASZAMY DZIECI, RODZICÓW, ZNAJOMYCH, PRZYJACIÓŁ!!!

All proceeds benefit Polish School in Seattle. More info: 425-271-3669

 

Polish Cultural Center and Restaurant are closed on:

  • Friday March 18 - Bazaar preparations

  • Friday March 25 - Good Friday

  • Sunday March 26 - Easter Sunday

  • Sunday April 3 - Easter members meeting


 

54th Spring Bazaar at PHA, Saturday March 19th, noon – 6 pm

Yes, this is 54th Annual Spring Polish Bazaar! It is a yearly event organized by the Polish Women's Club.

The booths upstairs will offer Polish crystal bowl and vases, Boleslawiec pottery, amber and silver jewelry, pottery, crafts, books, Easter eggs and much more.

Downstairs you can enjoy traditional Polish dishes of pierogi, sausage, cabbage rolls etc. served by the young generation of waiters clad in Polish folk costumes. You can also buy home made desserts and pastries. Most of the Puget Sound area Polish organizations would have their booths or info posted. This is usually a quite crowded event, so come early!

The choir "Vivat Musica!" will sing at 2:30

Where: at the Polish Home, 1714 18th Ave. Seattle, admission and parking free

 

The Polish Women's Club organizes several pierogi making sessions for the 2016 Spring Bazaar at the Polish Home.

Come to help, or learn first and then help, but also to socialize, eat great food and have fun at one of these days: February 9th, 16th, 23rd and March 1st.

All pierogi making sessions are at the Polish Cultural Center on Tuesdays from 7 pm to 9+ pm.

 

Election Announcement, Polish Home Association

The annual PHA Election will be held at the Polish Home on Saturday, January 30-th, 2015 at 3:00 pm.

As required by our Bylaws, anybody interested in running for an executive or trustee position will need to declare his or her candidacy in writing by January 5-th, 2015 and send it by mail it to:
Polish Home Association, 1714 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98112, Attn. Elections
Or,

the text and picture can be send in electronic form to mattkarczewski@icloud.com.

The Election Pamphlet, along with individual proxies will be mailed to all members in good standing (dues fully paid up). Any members that have not voted in prior PHA elections and would like to do so by proxy are invited to present their signatures at the Polish Home on Fridays, the 9th or 16th of January 2015.

Mateusz Karczewski, Chairman of the Election Committee

Elections 2016, correction

Mr. Marian Strutynski, whose name was erroneously omitted in the latest Election Pamphlet is an official candidate to the Board of Trustees.

Mateusz Karczewski, chairman of election committee

 

Jan 3, 2:30 pm: Christmas Caroling & Wafer Sharing at the Polish Cultural Center

This is a traditional wafer & good-will sharing (Oplatek) for members and friends of the Polish Home with Fr. Andrzej Galant. This is an open event - everybody is welcome to come and sing Polish and American carols along. The Polish Choir Vivat Musica will help with caroling. Everybody's invited!

Admission free, but if you can, please bring a salad, pastry or cake to share.

More: please contact Barbara Strutynski 425-746-3037