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Movie Night At Polish Library
WASHINGTON, D.C. -You are invited to the following event: BIBLIOTEKOFILMOTEKA JACK STRONG. Event to be held on Thursday, July 24, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT) at The Polish Library in DC, 1503 21st Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20036. Excellent movie for summer. This tense thriller is based on true story of most spectacular Polish spy of the Cold War era. Many people from DC have met colonel Kuklinski. We will have discussion after the movie. The movie is in Polish with English subtitles. Free for Polish Library Members; small fee for non-members.
PENNSYLVANIA – Friday, July 25, Saturday, July 26, & Sunday, July 27 – Annual Polish Festival, Sacred Heart Parish, 120 Jefferson Street, Swedesburg, PA. Friday, 6 to 10 P.M., Music by Where’s Pete Band. Saturday, 4 to 11 P.M., Music by Crab Town Polka Band. Sunday, 4 to 10 P.M., Music by Crab Town Polka Band. Polish food, games & much more. Sloneczniki Children’s Folk Dance Group will perform on Sunday, 6 P.M. Info call rectory 610-275-1750. No BYOB – No BYOF. Rain or Shine!
ILLINOIS – The PRCUA (Polish Roman Catholic Union of America) District #7 will holds its meeting on July 28th – 7:30 p.m. at the PRCUA Social Hall, 984 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago. For more information contact Shirley 773-763-4069.
NEW JERSEY – St. John Lutheran Church in Passaic will have Thrift Shop on Saturday, August 2, from 9:30 am to 1 pm featuring gently used clothing, particularly for the summer season, toys, books and household items at extremely low prices. The church is at 140 Lexington Avenue. For information call the church office at 973-779-1166 or call Margaret at 973-777-0322.
NEW JERSEY – United Poles in America invites you to a POLISH PICNIC on Saturday, August 2nd from 2 to 8 p.m. at the “Polanka” – The Polish War Veterans – Post #208, 209 William St., South River. There will be fun for the entire family – live music, Polish food & beer, and a Miss Polonia Contest. Admission $5/KIDS FREE! All proceeds will be donated to the United Poles Polish School. For more information contact Kathryn Kolek 201-240-6306.
Polish American Day
CALIFORNIA – The Polish National Alliance-Orange County Lodge #3193, an ethnic fraternal organization will be hosting their 34th Annual Polish American Day on Sunday, August 3 at The St. Pope John Paul II Polish Center, 3999 Rose Drive, Yorba Linda. Event will begin with Holy Mass in Polish at 10:30 AM, followed by dancing and entertainment from 2:00 until 6:00 pm. Doors open 1:00 pm. Bob Patocka Orchestra will provide music. Various booths including Kozlowski Farms from Sonoma County and POLAM Federal Credit Union will be featured. Authentic Polish food will be available throughout the day prepared by Teresa Turek Catering. This event is one of the biggest gatherings of Polish Americans in the West. Come meet your friends and make some new ones. Additional Information – Tony Nowak 951 808-9580, Eugenia Carter 951-277-4294, Tony Krawczak 714 815-0141 or Patty Kobzi 714-998-8222.
Drive-In Movie At National Night Out
CLIFTON, NEW JERSEY – Grab the family and drive over to Main Memorial Park, located at Park Slope and Main Avenue, on Tuesday, August 5, for this year’s Drive-In Movie which will be featured during National Night Out, sponsored by the Clifton Recreation Department and “Clifton Against Substance Abuse”. Spend the evening outdoors and view the award winning blockbuster hit, “Frozen” (rated PG) on a large movie screen. The movie begins as soon as it is dark enough to view; the show usually begins between 8:45 and 9:00 p.m. Set up a few chairs or lay down a blanket and get ready to enjoy an evening under the stars. Soda, popcorn, ice-cream and other snacks will be available for purchase that evening.
Free Legal Workshop For Women
NEW JERSEY – Women in Transition(WIT) is offering a FREE Legal Education Workshop on Wednesday, July 30th from 1:00-3:00 pm. It is open to all women in Passaic County and neighboring towns who are considering separation or divorce. Get the information you need to make better decisions regarding your rights and your financial future. Learn why doing a credit check on yourself and knowing about your health insurance rights after divorce is important. Other topics include recent updates to family law, alimony and child support, and the mediation process. Registration is required please call Women In Transition at 973-694-9215. Educational workshops and support groups are held at Wayne Counseling & Family Services at 1022 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne. For information on all of our programs, you can read Women in Transition’s newsletter online at www.waynecounselingcenter.org on the Women In Transition webpage. WIT is conveniently located within Wayne Counseling & Family Services at 1022 Hamburg Turnpike, Wayne. Wayne Counseling & Family Services (973-694-1234) provides counseling for drug and alcohol abuse and treatment for marital, family, and mental health problems. Other services include community programs such as educational seminars and workshops on stress, self esteem, assertiveness training, and parenting. Visit us at www.waynecounselingcenter.org.
MASSACHUSETTS – Holy Cross Parish, Polish National Catholic Church of Ware, is sponsoring its annual Parish Picnic on Sunday, August 10 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm on the church grounds. Various booths, games, snacks, filled baskets and pastry will be featured. Polish traditional food will be available in the parish kitchen all afternoon. Cash drawing at 4:00 p.m. Stephen Socha is picnic chairman assisted by Evelyn Mongeau as co-chair. Members of the parish committee with Francis Trzepacz chairman and volunteer parishioners constitute the picnic committee. A cordial and warm invitation is extended to our many friends in Ware and nearby towns. Come one, come all to our Parish Polish Picnic. As in past years, fellowship is always enjoyed by all attendees. This year will be the same if not greater.
NEW JERSEY – Special Birthday wishes to my sister, Christine (Grabowski) Witmyer, Editor of the Post Eagle, who will celebrate her birthday on July 28th. God’s blessings and Happy Birthday from your daughter Angelique, Mom, brothers Ray, Matt & Alex, also Lorna, me sis Val & Johnny, your relatives, friends, and the Post Eagle staff. STO LAT!
FLORIDA – Happy Birthday wishes to Stella Oleksy, of Palm Bay FL, who will be celebrating her birthday on July 24. From your friend, Barbara. Sto Lat!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Rich Szewczyk of Clifton, who will celebrate his birthday on July 27th. Happy Birthday from your wife Marie, your children, grandchildren, and all your friends. STO LAT!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Nicole Wilczynski, daughter of Ed & Gloria Wilczynski of Lavallette, who will celebrate her birthday on July 29th. Happy Birthday Nikki from your Mom & Dad, sister Michelle and her family, relatives, friends, and the Post Eagle staff. STO LAT!
NEW JERSEY – Birthday wishes to Clifford Witmyer Sr. of Paramus, celebrating his birthday on July 29th. Happy Birthday from your wife “Cis”, your children, grandchildren, also Chris, the Grabowski family, all your friends, and me Val & Johnny. STO LAT!
ARIZONA – Special anniversary wishes go out to my Cousin Brian & wife Susan Buchanan of Phoenix, who will celebrate their 28th Wedding Anniversary on July 26th. Congratulations & Best Wishes from your family, relatives, friends, all the Grabowskis and Witmyers, and me Val. STO LAT!
PENNSYLVANIA – Tom & Nancy Janoski celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on July 11th with family and friends. Nancy, thanks for all your Love and Dedication. Sto Lat Tommy.