Annual Polish May Fest Celebration at Golden Gate Park
SAN FRANCISCO, April 20 /PRNewswire/ — On May 2, 2010, the Polish American Community in the San Francisco Bay Area will celebrate the 219th annual commemoration of the May 3rd Polish Constitution of 1791, which was the first democratic constitution in Europe and second in the world, after the Constitution of the United States.
The San Francisco Polish May 3rd Constitution Celebration at Golden Gate Park is hosted by the Polish American Congress and includes live music, folk dances, original art, jewelry, Polish food and merchandise imported from Poland – books, DVDs, arts and crafts. The food menu includes kielbasa (Polish sausage), pierogi (stuffed dumpling), kapusta (sauerkraut), desserts and pastries (“paczki” and poppy seed cake).
Entertainment will be provided in two locations: the Music Concourse near the de Young Museum, where music and dance performances will start at 1 PM – and the County Fair Building (at 9th Avenue and Lincoln Way) where the traditional Polish Festival will take place from 11 AM till 5 PM.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome. Recommended parking is in the new Music Concourse Garage. Access to the north entrance is from Fulton Street at 10th Avenue.
For more information, see www.pacnorcal.org.
WHAT: Polish Festival with Polish music, arts and crafts, folk dancing, books, music, videos, food and beer. WHY: To commemorate the May 3rd Polish Constitution of 1791. WHEN and WHERE: Sunday, May 2, 2010, 11 AM till 5 PM Golden Gate Park, County Fair Building (formerly Hall of Flowers), 9th Avenue and Lincoln Way, San Francisco. CONCERT from 1 PM to 3 PM, Golden Gate Park Music Concourse, next to the de Young Museum, San Francisco. COST: Admission is FREE.
Press release submitted by www.PoloniaSF.org.
SOURCE Polish American Congress