On June 19 the Polish Cultural Council is presenting a Midsummer’s Night Magic.  This event was planned early in the year before war broke out with devastation wreaked upon the country of Ukraine.  The country of Poland stepped up and stood tall taking in over 3 million Ukrainians, with children representing 40% of the refugees, all at a tremendous cost to Poland.  The Polish Cultural Council stands with Poland.  The Board of Directors of the PCC voted unanimously to offer financial assistance by donating the net proceeds from this event to directly aid the Ukrainian children who remain as refugees in Poland. We hope that you, your family and your friends will join in the celebration.  

The festivities begin at 5:30 at Avonworth Community Park, 598 Camp Horne Road, Pittsburgh 15237. The program will be held in the outdoor pavilion across the bridge at the entrance.  


5:30 – 9:30 Dancing with the Continental Dukes, Wooded Trails and Scavenger Hunt,

Dancing around the Maypole, Campfire, Horseshoes

5:30 – 8:45 Open Bar with Wine and Beer, Polish Auctions

5:30 – 7:00 Appetizers – Charcuterie 

7:00 – 8:00 Buffet Dinner

9:00 – 9:30 Twilight floating of candle-lit wreaths down the babbling brook       Reservations limited to the first 125 guests