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POLISH FEST and "Big Boomsky" fireworks
Saturday, June 17, 2017, 12:00pm - 11:59pm
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36th Polish Fest
June 16, 17 and 18 in Milwaukee, WI
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The "Big Boomsky" fireworks on Saturday, June 17th, 10:30pm

MUSIC and DANCE:
     ●
Polka and other music bands performing on three stages
  .... (
36th Polish Fest performance schedule);

     ●
Syrena Polish Folk Dance Ensemble
(WI), Mali Hyrni (Poland)
        and 
polka lesson at 4:30pm on the Folk Stage

COOKING AND CRAFT DEMONSTRATIONS:
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Cooking Polish food: polska zupa grzybowa (Polish mushroom soup) (1pm)
     
polska kiełbasa (Polish sausage) (3pm) and pierogi (filled dumplings) (5pm)
     ● 
Making Polish crafts: wycinanki (paper cuttings), pisanki (decorated eggs),
         wianki
(flower head wraths) and much more 
  

POLISH FORUM: Polish National Anthems through the Ages (presenter: Susan Mikos, author and community advocate) (2pm)  

CHILDREN ACTIVITIES: science and wildlife presentations, magician and
escape artist shows, games and Polish Tatra sheepdogs from Tatra Mountains
(the lakefront side of the Cultural Village)

SUKIENNICE MARKETPLACE: Baltic amber jewelry, Boleslawiec pottery,
hand blown Christmas ornaments, hand-carved wooden boxes, Polish books,
CD's, Polish Fest souvenirs and more

FOOD and DRINK: all the Polish food favorites from pierogi to Polish sausage
as well as beer gardens and Polish vodka tastings

 

Ticket Information:         see the Polish Fest website 

                                               Don't miss FREE ADMISSION on Sunday with a donation
                                              of three (3) or more food items to the Hunger Task Force

                                              Free Admission also on Sunday (Father's Day) between 3 and 6pm 
                                              for fathers accompanied by their children (of any age)

Location:  Henry W. Meier Festival Park, 200 N.Harbor Dr, Milwaukee, WI 53202