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Polish in Utica


Polish in Utica
On October 6, 2019 the Kopernik Memorial Association hosted an Open House with new exhibits titled “Polish Folk Clothing: Pure Joy”. A parade of regional and national costumes with live models was featured. The presentation of costumes included a talk on Zofia Stryjeńska, a prominent Polish artist of the early 1920’s, whose work shows the colors, motion, and detail of the costumes. View the videos.

The Polish Cultural Center is located on the second floor of the Polish Community Home at 810 Columbia St. Utica, NY. It offers a variety of programs and activities throughout the year. Consider becoming a member. Here is the link: 

There is much to see at Utica New York's Polish Cultural Center
Zofia Stryjeńska 
Presenter: Mary Currie
Polish Folk Costumes
Presenter: Valerie Kosuda Elacqua
Parade of Polish Folk Costumes

Zofia Stryjeńska: 3rd from left 

Zofia Stryjeńska – Polish painter, graphic designer, illustrator, stage designer, a representative of art deco. Along with Olga Boznańska and Tamara de Lempicka, she was one of the best-known Polish women artists of the interwar period.
Palm Sunday Workship in Utica, New York
Sponsored by the Kopernik Association
Sunday, March 28, 2021
Holy Trinity School Gymnasium

Easter Boutique, Easter Basket Raffle, and Fresh Babka
*** Bring hard boiled eggs and butter

Five reasons to attend our Palm Sunday Workshop: 
1) Explore traditional Polish Easter customs to enhance your celebration of theis Holy Season and pass them on to the next generation
2) Receive one free chance for the Door Prize of 3 Hand-Painted Eggs
3) Fresh Babka (Drive Through pick up available from Wheeler Ave entrance $6)
4) Easter Raffle basket ($40. Value) $1 each, 3 for $2 or 10 for $5
5) Resurrection bouquets available for purchase
Reservations appreciated - Call John at (315) 725-0430

* Learn to make Butter Lambs
* Pisanki (Polish eggs)
* Weave Palms
* Children's Activities