DETROIT POLONIA CALENDAR

DETROIT POLONIA CALENDAR

Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

 

EVERY MONTH

 

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm.  Quarterly Membership Meetings held in March; June; September; December.  For more information about membership and meetings, please call 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck, MI.

 

Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit – Monthly meetings held at the PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

Polish National Alliance Council 122 – General Membership Meetings: June and January.  PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI.  For more information regarding membership call Stella Szczesny at 313.680.4548 or Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

PRCUA St. John Paul II Society #1593 – Society Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month except July, August and December. Meetings are held at 7 PM at St. Anne’s Jr. High School (Back Building), 36000 Mound Rd, Warren, MI. For more information call Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168.

 

SEPTEMBER 2017

 

Monday, September 4 – Annual Polish Day Parade in downtown Hamtramck. 1:30 pm. Theme: “For Your Freedom and Ours”. Grand Marshal: Mr. Ray Okonski.  More information by calling: 313-365-9400.

 

Sunday, September 10 – Polish Falcons of America Nest 31 will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary at the American Polish Century Club, Maple Lane at 14 Mile Rd.  Cash bar & Memorabilia Display – 1:00 pm; Dinner – 2:00 pm; Awards & Slide Show – 3:30 pm.  Reservations Deadline: September 1.  More information: Kathryn Borkowski, 8110 Menge, Center Line, MI 48015.

 

Sunday, September 10 – Membership Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

Monday, September 11 – General Quarterly Membership Meeting of the Polish American Congress Michigan Division.  7:0 pm.  PAC-MI Headquarters at 11333 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212.

 

OCTOBER 2017

 

Tuesday, October 3 – Installation Mass of the Chancellor of the Orchard Lake Schools, Rev. Miroslaw Krol.  Main Chapel. 4:30 pm.  Archbishop Vigneron officiating.  Banquet to follow at the Country Club on Long Lake Rd. in Bloomfield Hills. 6:30 pm.  Details to follow.

 

Sunday, October 15 – 100th anniversary of “Czyn Zbrojny”- the organization of Canadian and Polish American volunteers for General Haller’s Army during WWI, to fight for Poland’s Independence. 12 Noon Mass at St. Josaphat’s Church, 715 East Canfield Street, Detroit, MI. Organized by Polish Army Veterans, Circuit VI.

 

Saturday, October 28 – Annual “Health Screening” at the Polish American Congress Michigan Division (1133 Joseph Campau).  The staff of the Detroit Medical Center will offer free test of blood pressure, cholesterol and others.  Details to follow.

 

Sunday, October 29 – Pulaski Banquet. Sponsored by the Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit. More information to come.

 

Sunday, October 29 – Polish Bilingual Day celebration at the American Polish Cultural Center in Troy, MI (at 2975 E. Maple Road). 1:00 – 6:00.  A family friendly event with children’s theater presentation, science workshop for children, bilingualism lecture or parents, and dance party for all ages.  No charge.  “Wawel” restaurant will be open all day.

 

DECEMBER 2017

 

Sunday, December 3 – Election Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264 Jan Zamoyski “Solidarność”. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.

For more information or to list an event:

Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400

Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net

Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212

Please include a phone number if we need more information.

 

Detroit Polonia Calendar

Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

 

EVERY MONTH

 

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm. Quarterly Membership Meetings held in March; June; September; December. For more information about membership and meetings, please call 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck, MI.

 

Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit – Monthly meetings held at the PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

Polish National Alliance Council 122 – General Membership Meetings: June and January. PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Stella Szczesny at 313.680.4548 or Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

PRCUA St. John Paul II Society #1593 – Society Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month except July, August and December. Meetings are held at 7 PM at St. Anne’s Jr. High School (Back Building), 36000 Mound Rd, Warren, MI. For more information call Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168.

 

JULY 2017

 

Sunday, July 16 – Monthly PAC Polish Mass for Polonia.  9:00 am.  St. Ladislaus Chapel in Hamtramck (2730 Caniiff). Coffee, reception to follow.

 

Thursday, July 20 – Polish Novena Mass at St. Anne de Detroit church (1000 St. Anne Street).  Refreshments to follow.

 

Sunday, July 30 – Picnic. PNA Lodge 1264 Jan Zamoyski “Solidarność”. Wanda Park, 13707 Clinton River Rd, Sterling Heights (Schoenherr & Clinton River Rd).

 

AUGUST 2017

 

Wednesday, August 9 – PAC-MI Scholarship Fund Dinner/Fundraiser.  Doors open at 5:30 pm; Dinner at 6:00 pm.  Krakus Restaurant (12900 Joseph Campau, Detroit).  $30 per person.  Reservations: 313-365-9400 or 586-751-8168.

Sunday, August 13 – “Swieto Zolnierza” (Polish Army Day) celebrated at the “Wanda Park” in Sterling Heights. 1:30 pm – Mass featuring the award-winning Filarets Choir. Picnic to follow the Mass.

Sunday, August 27 – Polish American Numismatic Society & Huron Valley Numismatic Society Regional Coin Show. 10 AM – 4 PM Buy – Sell – Trade, Coins, paper money, medals. Over 90 US & World Coin Dealers Tables. Free Admission.  E. Maple Rd. at Dequindre, Troy.  For more information call Bret Irick 313.207.3562 or Les Rosik 248.909.2670.

 

SEPTEMBER 2017

Monday, September 4 – Annual Polish Day Parade in downtown Hamtramck. 1:30 pm. Theme: “For Your Freedom and Ours”. Grand Marshal: Mr. Ray Okonski. More information by calling: 313-365–9400.

Sunday, September 10 – Polish Falcons of America Nest 31 will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary at the American Polish Century Club, Maple Lane at 14 Mile Rd.  Cash bar & Memorabilia Display – 1:00 pm; Dinner – 2:00 pm; Awards & Slide Show – 3:30 pm.  Reservations Deadline: September 1.  More information: Kathryn Borkowski, 8110 Menge, Center Line, MI 48015.

 

Sunday, September 10 – Membership Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

OCTOBER 2017

 

Sunday, October 15 – 100th anniversary of “Czyn Zbrojny”- the organization of Canadian and Polish American volunteers for General Haller’s Army during WWI, to fight for Poland’s Independence. 12 Noon Mass at St. Josaphat’s Church, 715 East Canfield Street, Detroit, MI. Organized by Polish Army Veterans, Circuit VI.

 

Sunday, October 29 – Pulaski Banquet. Sponsored by the Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit. More information to come.

 

DECEMBER 2017

 

Sunday, December 3 – Election Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264 Jan Zamoyski “Solidarność”. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.

For more information or to list an event:

Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400

Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net

Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212

Please include a phone number if we need more information.

“Dear Parents, I Am Sending You My Picture, But You Probably Won’t Recognize Me”

HAMTRAMCK, Mich. – That statement, written in a letter to her parents by a young Polish immigrant woman in Chicago in 1891, summarizes the essence of the immigration experience for women. Dr. Thaddeus Radzilowski, who has written on the history of Polish immigrant women, will lecture on this topic on April 27, 2017 at the Warren Civic Center Library (1 City Square, Warren, MI 48093) at 6 p.m.

 

The immigration experience of women paralleled, in many ways, that of their male counterparts. Yet it was distinctive in many of the challenges and opportunities it offered. Women immigrated as part of family groups, as mothers with children reuniting with husbands, joining fiancés, and as single immigrants seeking adventure and wider opportunities in the New World. America transformed them. It changed their outlook and allowed them to accomplish things that would have been impossible in the villages they left behind. They crossed the oceans alone, found employment in distant cities, chose their own marriage partners, and built homes, families, and communities without the support of female relatives. They, in turn, also transformed America. They built a new society and a new culture in urban neighborhoods in smoky industrial cities, and on remote farmsteads on the American prairies. They created a myriad of organizations, clubs, and circles, as well as neighborhood networks to replace the support systems of village and family they left behind.

 

The lecture will be followed by questions and discussion. The discussion will open opportunities to explore the individual and family stories of audience. It is sponsored by the Piast Institute and funded in part by a grant from the Michigan Humanities Council.

 

For more information, please contact Ashley Fallon at fallon@piastinstitute.org or call the Piast Institute at (313) 733-4535.

DETROIT POLONIA CALENDAR

DETROIT POLONIA CALENDAR

Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

 

EVERY MONTH

 

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm. Quarterly Membership Meetings held in March; June; September; December. For more information about membership and meetings, please call 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck, MI.

 

Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit – Monthly meetings held at the PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

Polish National Alliance Council 122 – General Membership Meetings: June and January. PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Stella Szczesny at 313.680.4548 or Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

PRCUA St. John Paul II Society #1593 – Society Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month except July, August and December. Meetings are held at 7 PM at St. Anne’s Jr. High School (Back Building), 36000 Mound Rd, Warren, MI. For more information call Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168.

 

APRIL 2017

 

Saturday, April 22 – Hamtramck Health Hike. To celebrate healthy lifestyles we will be doing a 5k walk/run through Hamtramck. The start time is 9am at Keyworth Stadium (3201 Roosevelt St, Hamtramck, MI 48212) and will end at the Hamtramck Community Center where there will be a Health Fair from 10am-12pm. There will be lunches provided and even a K9 presentation by the Highland Park Police.

 

Sunday, April 23 – Święconka Sponsored by the PNA District 10 Women’s Division and the Friends of Polish Art. 2 PM (Doors open at 1:30 pm) PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Traditional dinner, Entertainment, Basket Raffle. $20 per person, $10 Children under 12.  Reservations Required. Call Marcia 313.891.0696 or Rick 313.443.1560. Reservation Deadline: April 18.

 

Sunday, April 23 – 48th Anniversary Recital of PRCUA “Halka Dancers”.  3 PM. Van Dyke Community Auditorium 22500 Federal, Warren, MI.  $7 donation.  For more information, call: 586.291.4486.

Wednesday, April 26 – Central Citizens Committee Installation. 6 PM. Krakus Restaurant, 12900 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck. $20 per person. Please email ledwm@yahoo.com , or BJGronet@Comcast.net or call 313.365.8949 (Barbara) before Friday (21st).

 

Thursday, April 27 – Immigrant Women and Their Daughters: The Polish Experience. 6pm at the Warren Civic Library. Dr. Thaddeus C. Radzilowski, President of the Piast Institute, will be speaking at the lecture. This is also the official opening of the Polish Women’s Hall of Fame project (www.FamousPolishWomen.com). To learn more about it please visit the website or join us at the lecture.

 

Saturday, April 29 – Prescription Take Back. 10am-2pm. In front of CVS (9300 Joseph Campau) in Hamtramck along with the Hamtramck Police and the DEA collecting unused and expired medication in the community. We are accepting pills for safe disposal. Last year we collected about 65 POUNDS of just pills (no bottles). Please mark out all personal information and no sharps or liquids please!

 

MAY 2017

 

Sunday, May 7 – Polish Constitution Day Observances. Our Lady of Czestochowa in Sterling Hts with mass at 1 PM with program and light refreshments immediately following mass in the St. John Paul II Social Hall. Sponsored by PAC-MI; Polish Mission at Orchard Lake, and area Polish Language Schools.

Saturday, May 13 – PNA Lowicz Dancers Recital. More information to come.

 

Sunday, May 14 – PNA Polanie Song & Dance Ensemble, Polish Alliance Dancers & Gen. Pulaski Language School 54th Annual Recital. 2 PM Performance and Luncheon (Doors open at 1:30 PM). St. Mel School Gymnasium, 7506 N. Inkster Rd, Dearborn Heights. Tickets $15/Adult (pre-event) – $18/Adult (at door). Children under 12 – no charge. Contact Christine Kryszko 313.581.3181, Teresa Jedruszko 734.306.7351 or Donna Kutylowski 313.505.0057.

 

Friday, May 19 – 47th Annual Polish American Night at Comerica Park. Tigers vs Texas. For further information contact Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168 or Christopher Ozog at 586.524.4907.

Sunday, May 21 – PAC Mass for Polonia at Chapel of St. Ladislaus in Hamtramck at 9 AM with coffee reception after Mass.

 

JUNE 2017

 

Saturday, June 3 – Youth Bowling. PRCUA St. John Paul II Society 1593. 10 AM – 1 PM. $8 PRCUA member / $10 non-member / $5 lunch only. Three games (two for bumpers), shoes, prizes & lunch. Five Star Bowling Center, 2666 Metropolitan Parkway, Sterling Heights. RSVP to Barbara Ozog BWITHERS03@YAHOO.COM 586.453.3471 by May 27.

 

Sunday, June 4 – Membership Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

Saturday, June 24 – Friends & Family Picnic. Sponsored by the PRCUA St. John Paul II Society #1593. 10 AM – 3 PM. Splash pool, picnic food, kids activities, 50/50 Raffles, Cornhole, horseshoe tournament. BYOB (no glass) Veterans Memorial Park, Splash Pad Pavilion, 32400 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores. $10 per person, $20/team. Contact John Godin: john_godin@yahoo.com 586.404.2636 to sign up.

 

Sunday, June 25 – Filarets Annual Picnic.  12 noon to 8 PM. Wanda Park, 13707 Clinton River Rd, Sterling Heights (Schoenherr & Clinton River Rd). Music by “Avocado”. Entrance Ticket – $2 per person. Polish food and beverages available for purchase at the park. Raffles, choral and sing along music, other attractions.

 

JULY 2017

 

Sunday, July 30 – Picnic. PNA Lodge 1264 Jan Zamoyski “Solidarność”. Wanda Park, 13707 Clinton River Rd, Sterling Heights (Schoenherr & Clinton River Rd).

 

SEPTEMBER 2017

 

Sunday, September 10 – Polish Falcons of America Nest 31 will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary at the American Polish Century Club, Maple Lane at 14 Mile Rd. More information to come later.

Sunday, September 10 – Membership Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

OCTOBER 2017

 

Sunday, October 15 – 100th anniversary of “Czyn Zbrojny”- the organization of Canadian and Polish American volunteers for General Haller’s Army during WWI, to fight for Poland’s Independence. 12 Noon Mass at St. Josaphat’s Church, 715 East Canfield Street, Detroit, MI. Organized by Polish Army Veterans, Circuit VI.

 

Sunday, October 29 – Pulaski Banquet. Sponsored by the Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit. More information to come.

 

DECEMBER 2017

 

Sunday, December 3 – Election Meeting. PNA Lodge 1264 Jan Zamoyski “Solidarność”. 3 PM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Entrance from parking lot.

 

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.

For more information or to list an event:

Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400

Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net

Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212

Please include a phone number if we need more information.

Detroit Polonia Calendar

Detroit Polonia Calendar

Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

 

EVERY MONTH

 

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm. Quarterly Membership Meetings held in March; June; September; December. For more information about membership and meetings, please call 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck, MI.

 

Polish American Central Citizens Committee of Detroit – Monthly meetings held at the PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

Polish National Alliance Council 122 – General Membership Meetings: June and January. PNA Banquet Facilities Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information regarding membership call Stella Szczesny at 313.680.4548 or Barbara Gronet at 313.365.8949.

 

PRCUA St. John Paul II Society #1593 – Society Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of each month except July, August and December. Meetings are held at 7 PM at St. Anne’s Jr. High School (Back Building), 36000 Mound Rd, Warren, MI. For more information call Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168.

 

MARCH 2017

 

Friday, March 24 – General Meeting. Friends of Polish Art. 7:30 PM. American Polish Cultural Center, 2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI

 

Sunday, March 26 – A theatrical production about the famous actress Helena Modrzejewska, by professional acting group from Toronto, in Polish language. 3 PM. Tickets $20 for adults; $10 for children. The St. John Paul II Social Hall of OL of Czestochowa Church, 3100 18 Mile Rd. In Sterling Hts, MI. Sponsored by the Adam Mickiewicz Polish Language School.

 

Sunday, March 26 – PRCUA Gwiazda Dancers 57th Annual Recital. 3 PM. Fitzgerald High School, 23200 Ryan Road, Warren. Doors open at 2:30 PM.  Tickets available only at the door.  $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 3-11, children 2 and under free. For additional information please contact Jessica Wendt at panijessica@hotmail.com

 

Sunday, March 26 – Annual Mass celebrating St. Joseph’s Day and for intentions of Generals Joseph Pilsudski and Haller, sponsored by Polish Army Veterans Circuit VI, at 12 noon at St. Josaphat’s Church (Canfield and I-75).

 

Friday, March 31 – “The Wall Speaks” exhibition at the “Bank Suey” gallery / community building, 10345 Joseph Campau Ave, Hamtramck. Friday 7 – 10 PM & Saturday, April 1, 1 – 8 PM. “The Wall Speaks” exhibition is devoted to Polish children and teenagers of World War II, and to all those today whose voices are not being heard and who suffer at being treated as less than fully human. The Hamtramck project will also focus on building a bridge between the experiences of Polish World War II youth and the experiences of children and teens in the Middle East today. Both have been traumatized by war and forced exile.

 

APRIL 2017

 

Saturday, April 1 – PRCUA Opole Dance Recital. Lincoln High School, Center Line, MI. For more information contact Elizabeth at 586.944.9683.

 

Saturday, April 8 – Polish American Congress/Michigan Division Installation of Officers. Social Hour 1 PM; Dinner 2 PM; Program 3PM. Reservations Required. $$. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For more information & reservations call 313.365.9400.

 

Sunday, April 9 – The annual PAC patriotic Remembrance Mass for all who died in the Katyń Forest Massacre and in the Smoleńsk plane crash. 6 PM. St Faustina Church, 14025 E. 12 Mile Road, Warren, MI. All of Polonia invited to participate.

 

Sunday, April 23 – Święconka Sponsored by the PNA District 10 Women’s Division and the Friends of Polish Art. 2 PM (Doors open at 1:30 pm) PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck. Traditional dinner, Entertainment, Basket Raffle. $20 per person, $10 Children under 12.  Reservations Required. Call Marcia 313.891.0696 or Rick 313.443.1560. Reservation Deadline: April 18.

 

Sunday, April 23 – 48th Anniversary Recital of PRCUA “Halka Dancers”.  3 PM. Van Dyke Community Auditorium 22500 Federal, Warren, MI.  $7 donation.  For more information, call: 586.291.4486.

 

MAY 2017

 

Sunday, May 7 – Polish Constitution Day Observances. Our Lady of Czestochowa in Sterling Hts with mass at 1 PM with program and light refreshments immediately following mass in the St. John Paul II Social Hall. Sponsored by PAC-MI; Polish Mission at Orchard Lake, and area Polish Language Schools.

Saturday, May 13 – PNA Lowicz Dancers Recital. More information to come.

 

Sunday, May 14 – PNA Polanie Song & Dance Ensemble, Polish Alliance Dancers & Gen. Pulaski Language School 54th Annual Recital. 2 PM Performance and Luncheon (Doors open at 1:30 PM). St. Mel School Gymnasium, 7506 N. Inkster Rd, Dearborn Heights. Tickets $15/Adult (pre-event) – $18/Adult (at door). Children under 12 – no charge. Contact Christine Kryszko 313.581.3181, Teresa Jedruszko 734.306.7351 or Donna Kutylowski 313.505.0057.

 

Friday, May 19 – 47th Annual Polish American Night at Comerica Park. Tigers vs Texas. For further information contact Wally Ozog at 586.751.8168 or Christopher Ozog at 586.524.4907.

Sunday May 21 – PAC Mass for Polonia at Chapel of St. Ladislaus in Hamtramck at 9 AM with coffee reception after Mass.

 

SEPTEMBER 2017

 

Sunday, September 10 – Polish Falcons of America Nest 31 will be celebrating its 125th Anniversary at the American Polish Century Club, Maple Lane at 14 Mile Rd. More information to come later.

 

OCTOBER 2017

Sunday, October 15 – 100th anniversary of “Czyn Zbrojny”- the organization of Canadian and Polish American volunteers for General Haller’s Army during WWI, to fight for Poland’s Independence. 12 Noon Mass at St. Josaphat’s Church, 715 East Canfield Street, Detroit, MI. Organized by Polish Army Veterans, Circuit VI

 

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.

 

For more information or to list an event:

Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400

Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net

Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212

Please include a phone number if we need more information.

69th Installation of Officers & Award Ceremony

POLISH MASS for PAC and POLONIA

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DETROIT POLONIA CALENDAR

Detroit Polonia Calendar

Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

EVERY MONTH

POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Saturday 9am-2pm. 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck

JANUARY 2017         

Wednesday, January 11 – PAC Senior Club Opłatek. 12 NOON at PAC. no charge

Sunday, January 15 – Kolędy.Mass & Concert.Filarets Choruses. 11:30 AM. St. Isadore, 18201 23 Mile Rd., Macomb, MI

Sunday, January 15 – PAC monthly Polish Mass for Polonia. 9 AM at St. Ladislaus Chapel, Caniff just west of Jos. Campau in Hamtramck. Coffee social to follow mass at the church

Tuesday, January 17 – Very Basic Computer Classes at PAC. (Call office for more information). More advanced computer class planned to start in February

Saturday, January 21 – Movies at PAC.  2 PM “Bogowie” (“Gods”) in Polish with English subtitles, no charge. PAC/MI Office, 11333 Jos Campau, Hamtramck, MI

Sunday, January 22 – Oplatek.Polish Scouting Association. Mass 1 PM – Our Lady of Czestochowa Parish, Filarets Choruses will sing at Mass & Concert to follow. 2:30 PM Oplatek in the St. John Paul II Social Hall.

Friday, January 27 – General Meeting.Friends of Polish Art. 7:30 PM. American Polish Cultural Center, 2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI

Saturday, January 28 – Radio Ball. Polish Varieties Radio.San Marino Club, $$. Call Jerzy Rozalski at 313.343.0660 for more information.

Sunday, January 29 – PNA Council 122 General Membership & Election Meeting, 1PM PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. Delegates from all Lodges belonging to Council 122 are urged to attend.

Sunday, January 29 – Mass – Kolędy.Filarets Ladies Chorus. 12 NOON. Old St. Mary’s, 646 Monroe Detroit-Greektown.

FEBRUARY 2017

Saturday, February 11 – Polish Folk Dance Festival. American Polish Cultural Center, 2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI. Admission: $$ Food and drink available for purchase.

Sunday, February 19 – Coin Show. Polish American Numismatic Society & Windsor Coin Club will host 8th International COIN SHOW at the American Polish Cultural Center (2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI).  10 AM – 4 PM.  Buy-Sell-Trade.  Coins, paper money, medals, tokens, stamps, books, supplies.  Over 90 US & World Coin Dealers Tables.  Free Admission.  More information: Les Rosik – 248-909-2670.  www.pans-club.org.  windsorcoinclub.com.

Sunday, February 19 – PNA Council 122 & Lodges Installation.2 PM PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. For information and reservations call your Lodge President or Council Secretary, Francine Nizienski 734.591.4249.

Wednesday, February 22 – General Membership Meeting.Central Citizens Committee. 7 PM. New Members encouraged to attend. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities – Board Room, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI.

Saturday, February 25 – Ostatki – Carnival.Polish Mountaineers Group #4.KołoGóraliNr. 4.7:30 PM. $35 per person.PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. Tickets available at G-Mart, 10012 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck. For more information call 313.574.9711 or 313.874.4666.

MARCH 2017

Saturday, March 11 – PNA Casino Trip to Firekeepers Casino.More information to come.

Saturday, March 18– Annual PAC Meeting & Elections. 10 AM. PNA Council 122 Banquet Facilities, 10211 Conant, Hamtramck, MI. All members urged to attend.

Friday, March 24 – General Meeting. Friends of Polish Art. 7:30 PM. American Polish Cultural Center, 2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.

For more information or to list an event:

  • Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400
  • Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net
  • Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212

Please include a phone number if we need more information.

 

 

 

POLISH MASS for the intention of Polish American Congress

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Detroit Polonia Calendar

Detroit Polonia Calendar
Sponsored by the Polish American Congress / Michigan Division

 

EVERY MONTH
POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS/MICHIGAN DIVISION OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday 10am-2pm, Thursday 11am-4pm, Friday 10am-2pm, Saturday 9am-2pm. 313.365.9400. 11333 Jos.Campau, Hamtramck

Every Wednesday – “Podaj Dziecku Rękę” (Lend a Child a Hand) at the PAC from 10:30-12 noon Free consultations available for parents of children with various learning difficulties (e.g. possible dyslexia, speech problems, reading and math learning issues, hyperactivity) with a learning expert, Agnieszka Ubysz. More information or appointments can be made by calling our office, 313.365.9400, or Ms. Ubysz directly at 586.244.9205.

November 2016

Sunday, November 20 – Polish monthly mass for the intention of PAC and Polonia. 9 AM. St. Ladislaus (chapel of St. Florian’s), Caniff just west of Jos. Campau, in Hamtramck. Coffee to follow mass, everyone is invited to come.

December 2016

Saturday, December 3 – PAC-MI general membership quarterly meeting at 10 AM at PAC-MI headquarters (11333 Joseph Campau, Hamtramck) holiday luncheon will follow the PAC quarterly meeting. Also the Dec 3-Dec 20, 2016.

December 3 – 20 – Christmas Boutique. PAC Seniors Club. PAC office, 11333 Jos Campau, Hamtramck. During office hours.

Friday, December 9 – Annual Wigilia. Wayne State University Polish Culture Club & Friends of Polish Art. Doors open at 6 PM, Program at 6:30 pm. Tickets $50 (Patron), $25 (Regular), $20 (ages 9-13), Children 8 and under free. Cash Bar. American Polish Century Club Banquet Center, 33204 Maple Lane, Sterling Heights, MI. Reservations Required by December 2. For more information contact Alina: 586.219.5052 a.klin@wayne.edu, or Jackie 586.558.3624 jadziak@wowway.com

Monday, December 12 – Central Citizens Committee of Detroit Christmas Party. Doors open at 6 PM. $20 per person. Dinner included. Cash bar. Guests are asked to bring a gift, approximately $15 in value for raffle (No Old or Used Items PLEASE) Fr. Blaszczyk Center, behind Our Lady Queen of Apostles Church, North of Caniff, East of Conant, enter from Harold Street. Guarded Parking. Reservations required. Please call Barbara Gronet 313.365.8949 and leave message.

Sunday, December 18 – Polish monthly mass for the intention of PAC and Polonia. 9 AM. St. Ladislaus (chapel of St. Florian’s), Caniff just west of Jos. Campau, in Hamtramck. Coffee to follow mass, everyone is invited to come.
Wednesday, Dec. 28 – WSDPAHS Annual Opłatek. St. Colette Catholic Church, 17600 Newburgh Rd., Livonia, 2-5 PM. Honoring Friends of Polish Art. Concert and Kolędy Sing-Along: Filarets Mixed Chorus led by Director Piotr Szawieła. Musical program begins at 2 PM in Activities Center followed by sharing of opłatek and light reception. Handicap-accessible. To offset the cost of the Filarets Choirs and the reception a free will offering will be collected and greatly appreciated. All are welcome! 501(c)(3). 1/855-POLONIA

February 2017
Sunday, February 19 – Coin Show. Polish American Numismatic Society & Windsor Coin Club will host 8th International COIN SHOW at the American Polish Cultural Center (2975 E. Maple Rd, Troy, MI). 10 AM – 4 PM. Buy-Sell-Trade. Coins, paper money, medals, tokens, stamps, books, supplies. Over 90 US & World Coin Dealers Tables. Free Admission. More information: Les Rosik – 248.909.2670. www.pans-club.org.windsorcoinclub.com.

All events are open to the public except where stipulated. $$ means there is a charge for attendance. There is NO CHARGE for listing an event on this calendar. The calendar will be updated bi-weekly and will be available on the PAC/MI website ( pacmi.org ), will be regularly emailed to members with their email addresses on file in the PAC/MI Office, and will appear in and on Polish Media in Detroit. PAC/MI, its officers and members are not responsible for any errors that occur in these listings. We will strive to make this the most accurate and up-to-date event listing possible.
For more information or to list an event:
– Call the PAC/MI office at 313-365-9400
– Email information to DetPoloniaCalendar@Comcast.net
– Mail the information to: PAC/MI Calendar, 11333 Jos. Campau, Hamtramck, MI 48212
Please include a phone number if we need more information.