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Polishfest 2021

39th ANNUAL Pittsburgh POLISHFEST:
Keeping Our Traditions Alive in a World of Change

Celebrate Polishfest  “Keeping Our Traditions Alive In A World Of Change.” beginning  Sunday, November 14th, through Sunday, November 21st!  “Welcome” to this family-oriented event featuring Pittsburgh's Polish - “Witamy”, Lithuanians - “Sveiki”, and Carpatho-Rusyns - “Vitaj”  Celebrate a variety of Polish, Lithuanian and Carpatho-Rusyn traditions, including folk music, folk dance, culinary demonstrations with recipes, historical, religious, and folk-art offerings. These presentations were created to remember something old, discover some ething new, keeping alive our traditions alive in an ever-changing world. 

November 14 - November 21, 2021

FREE VIRTUAL Cultural Celebration: Join us in a week-long celebration and share the virtual Pittsburgh POLISHFEST ‘21 with your family, friends and neighbors, across the street, across the country or across the world. Celebrate a variety of Polish, Lihuanian and Carpatho-Rusyn traditions, including folk music, folk dance, culinary demonstrations with recipes, historical, religious, and folk-art offerings. These presentations were created to remember something old, discover something new, keeping alive our traditions alive in an ever-changing world. 

 

SPONSORS:
Polish Nationality Room Committee & Community
Lithuanian Nationality Room Committee & Community
Carpatho-Rusyn Society Of America
Nationality Rooms and Intercultural Exchange Programs
Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
Polish Falcons Of America