Join us for a fun time at Kennywood Park as the Polish Cultural Council celebrates the 83rd Annual Polish Day with delicious Polish food, a bake sale, strolling musicians,
Roman Catholic Mass, Polish religious hymns and folk melodies, Polish folk dancing, and a free polka dance to end the evening.

Discounted tickets purchased in advance from the Polish Cultural Council by calling 412.921.0292
Ride All Day ages 3-54  $26.50              Ride All Day ages 55-64 $16.50
Over age 65 with coupon $10.50
After 5 PM $18.50                     Ages 2 and under FREE

11:30 A.M.
Polish Kitchen opens serving authentic Polish food, including pierogi, kielbasy, golabki (stuffed cabbage), and much, much more.
Bake Sale opens with a variety of Polish pastries, cookies, nut rolls, and more Strolling Musicians in the Polish Kitchen Pavilion until 2:00 P.M.

2:00 P.M.
Living Traditions Folk Ensemble from Brecksville, OH

2:30 P.M.
Polish Program begins with Rick Pierchalski, President of the Polish Cultural Council as Master of Ceremonies. Presentation of the Polonian of the Year award to Professor Oscar Swan for his
many years of dedication toward promoting the Polish language and culture to college students at the University of Pittsburgh and nationwide to others.
Crowning of Miss Polonia 2014

3:00 P.M.
Karuzela Chorus sings traditional Polish songs.

3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Mass celebrated by Reverend Joseph Swierczynski, Pastor Immaculate Heart of Mary Church with Polish hymns sung by the Karuzela Chorus under the direction of Dr. Neil Stahurski

6:00 P.M.
Dancing to Henny and the Versa J’s playing your favorite polkas, waltzes, and oberkas until 10:00 P.M.