Polish Festival Celebration at Golden Gate Park
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On September 26, 2010, the Polish American Community in the San Francisco Bay Area will celebrate its annual harvest festival.
The Polish Festival at Golden Gate Park is hosted by the Polish American Congress and includes live music and folk dances from many regions of Poland. Visitors will be able to purchase original art, Polish food, books, DVDs with the latest hit movies, finely made glass goblets and candle holders and the famous Polish amber jewelry. In addition there will be a well stocked kitchen serving hot food including kielbasa (Polish sausage), pierogi (stuffed dumpling), kapusta (sauerkraut), desserts and pastries (“paczki” and poppy seed cake). The authentic and now world famous Polish beer will also be available.
The Festival will take place in the County Fair Building (at 9th Avenue at Lincoln Way) in San Francisco Golden Gate Park from 11 AM to 5 PM.
Admission is free and everyone is welcome. Parking is easy and available in the new Music Concourse Garage. Access to the north entrance is from Fulton Street at 10th( )Avenue.
Polish Festival with Polish music, arts and crafts, folk dancing, books, music, videos, authentic Polish food and beer.
WHO: Polish American Congress – Northern California Division, Polonia Foundation, Folk & Muz Band, Lowiczanie Folk Dance Ensemble, Polish School students performing, and representatives of various Polish organizations.
WHY: To commemorate the annual Polish harvest festival.
WHEN and WHERE: Sunday, September 26, 2010, 11 AM to 5 PM
Golden Gate Park, County Fair Building (formerly Hall of Flowers),
9th Avenue at Lincoln Way, San Francisco.
COST: Admission is FREE.
INFORMATION: www.pacnorcal.org OR write to: email@example.com or call (925) 360 - 9286
SOURCE Polish American Congress Northern California Division