All around Toledo, Detroit, Cleveland and the Midwest, more and more people are dusting off
their polka shoes and putting that old leather to good use. Polka music is still the happiest
music around. Life is too short and the world too troubled not to have some old-time fun. Now, if only
our politicians would learn to polka!
The Polish language can be challenging for those who first come into contact with it. Polish pronunciation
and the various endings of words found in Polish grammar represent a marked departure for those familiar with
Western European languages. While challenging, not only is Polish language proficiency achievable, but it can
also be an enjoyable learning experience! Much of this depends on teaching methods and language
[Toledo Polish Genealogy Site]
TPGS meetings are held the 3rd Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at St. Hedwig School on the corner of Lagrange and Dexter in the meeting hall in the basement.
THE LIRA ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO PRESENTS
"A Polish Christmas -- Carols, Paderewski and More"
In Cleveland, Ohio
Featuring beloved Polish carols; orchestral, music from Paderewski’s only opera; music of Stanislaw
Moniuszko; spirited folk songs and exciting folk dances performed by The Lira Singers, The Lira Symphony,
The Lechici Dancers and the Lira Dancers.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10TH at 3pm At Cleveland Music Hall [Click here] for Lira Information
University of Michigan
Complete Solo Works of Chopin
March 6 - April 14, 2007 ~ Britton Recital Hall
Experience the musical life of Fryderyk Chopin through his complete works for
solo piano: from his earliest surviving work, a polonaise written at age 7,
through his last mazurka penned in 1849. There will be nine free recitals,
including pre-concert talks given by musicology and theory students and faculty,
and a symposium on April 14, with talks by Jeffrey Kallberg, Mark Clague, Nadine
Hubbs, and Wayne Petty.
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Blessing & Dedication of Pope John Paul II
St. Adalbert - Sunday, October 29, 2006
Along with the blessing of the newly erected bronze statue of John Paul II the parish will celebrate Polish
Heritage Month. Sunday the 29th also marks the beginning of the celebration of the 100th Anniversary of St.
Adabert Parish. There will be day long festivities including entertainment by the PAC Band, Echoes of Poland
Dance Troop, dancing to the music of "Touch of Brass", you favorite polish foods and more.
Proud to be Polish? If your Toledo area Polish club, church or organization has an upcoming event, please forward your event information to PolishToledo.com. See e-mail address and fax number at top of this page. Polish related events are posted here
free of any charge. If your organization has recurring events, please put us on your mailing list, so that we can post your
scheduled events on a continuing basis. All Polish and Polonia organizations are eiligible if they are located anywhere
within a tank full of gasoline round trip from Toledo, Ohio. List here and keep Polish-Pride strong.
Concerts ( Koncerty ), theatre ( teatr ), exhibitions ( wystawy ), movies ( filmy ), meetings ( spotkania ), shows ( wystawy ), picnics ( pikniki ) and other interesting and fun events.