PNC Performance Center on the campus of Duquesne University Featuring pianists: David Allen Wehr, Dean of the Mary Pappert School of Music at Duquesne University and and Dr. Robert Armstrong, classical musician and educator. All proceed benefits Teaching English In Poland program for Ukrainian refugees and disadvantaged Polish youth. Tickets: $25 Students $10 bit/lyChopin/Recital Organized [...]
PCC Members Picnic in the Park Come join us on Sunday, September 17th, 2023, from 1 to 5 pm. at the Silver Beaver Shelter at Boyce Park! Bring a potluck dish to share Soft drinks, and grilled kielbasa provided by the PCC Bring your own wine or beer Volleyball, basketball court, and children’s playground available [...]
ENCOUNTERS WITH POLISH LITERATURE Władysław Reymont (1867-1925) Poland’s second Nobel Prize winner for literature
ENCOUNTERS WITH POLISH LITERATURE – Henryk Sienkiewicz (1846-1917) Poland’s first Nobel Prize winner for literature in 1905
KATE LASKY AND TOMASZ SKOWRONSKI, CHEFS FROM PITTSBURGH’S APTEKA RESTAURANT NAMED FINALISTS FOR JAMES BEARD AWARDS.
Kate Lasky and Tomasz Skowronski, chefs from Pittsburgh's Apteka restaurant, were named finalists for James Beard Awards. They were recognized in the Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic category, which covers Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia. This is the first time that Pittsburgh’s restaurant makes the cut for the final five in any of [...]
Woman on the Roof: Directed by Anna Jadowska, 2022 March 24th @ Harris Theater 7:30PM With Dorota Pomykala, Bogdan Koca, Adam Bobik, Maria Szadkowska-Malinowska. Based on a real story, Anna Jadowska’s exquisite drama is told in flashbacks revolving around Mira (Pomykala), a sixty-something woman that does laundry, buys fish food, and robs a bank one [...]
Prime Stage Theatre “Perseverance”: One Holocaust Survivor’s Journey from Poland to Pittsburgh , New Hazlett Theater- April 15 & 16, 2023
Prime Stage Theatre, in partnership with the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the Kosciuszko Foundation will present an original play by L.E. McCullough adapted from the book Perseverance: One Holocaust Survivor's Journey from Poland to Pittsburgh by Lee Goldman Kikel about her father Melvin Goldman's experience as a Holocaust Survivor. The play will be presented at the New [...]
The Pittsburgh Chapter of the Kosciuszko Foundation’s third annual Dyngus Day Dash. Check Facebook page /website for registration information. This is a fundraiser for scholarships and cultural events. The event features the Chardon Polka Bank, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and treats from Pierogies Plus in McKees Rocks. For more information, contact race organizer Michele at [email protected].
” March 68 ” Polish film directed by Krzysztof Lang at the Jewish Film Festival – Monday, April 24, at 7pm | The Oaks Theater
Love story against a backdrop of major anti-government students and intellectuals led protests in Warsaw in March of 1968. Hania and Janek, two Warsaw students uninterested in politics, fall in love as the city is engulfed in protests against the communist regime’s anti-Semitic policies and crackdown on civil liberties. Inspired by a moment in [...]