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The Polish name for Christmas Eve supper is “Wigilia” from Latin “Vigilare” – to await

95% of Polish families have preserved the Wigilia tradition and regard it as the high point of the Christmas season. We hope you can join us and make it a part of your Christmas tradition.

PACT and TPGS (Toledo Polish Genealogical Society)  is proud to announce that we will celebrate Christmas with the traditional Polish Wigilia Celebration.  This year’s Wigilia is scheduled for Sunday, December 18, 2016.  It will be held at Olivet Lutheran Church’s Christian Life Center, 5840 Monroe Street in Sylvania.  Wigilia begins at 5:30 PM.

THE WIGILIA CELEBRATION INCLUDES:

LIGHTING OF THE FIRST CANDLE

SHARING OF OPLATEK

MEATLESS MEAL OF TRADITIONAL POLISH FOODS

EXPLANATION OF WIGILIA TRADITIONS

SINGING TRADITIONAL POLISH CHRISTMAS CAROLS (KOLEDY)

READING THE PASSAGE OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST

Price: $15.00 PACT members, $20.00 non-members,

$10 children 12 and under, children under five: free

Reserve your seat today by calling Tim Paluszak at 419-410-6167

or email us with your reservation at info@polishcommunity.org

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PACT Logo Update 10-1-14

If you like kielbasa, you will want to make sure you attend this special kielbasa dinner featuring the top three winners from the 2016 Kielbasa Cook-Off.  The dinner will include the award winning kielbasa from Jeremy Pryba (Polska Pryba), Mike Hofner and Ron Smith (Dziadzia and Busia’s OldFashioned Kielbasa), and Adam Michalski (Michalski’s Special Recipe ).  Jeremy and Adam will also be serving their family’s pierogi in addition to their kielbasa.  We will also be serving kapusta (sweet and sour cabbage), mashed potatoes and gravy. mizeria (cucumber in dill sauce), placek (coffee cake), and those sweet tasting delectibles – paczki!

Saturday,  November 12, 2016

Christian Life Center, Olivet Lutheran Church

5840 Monroe Street in Sylvania

2 to 6 PM

$18 adults (non-members)

$15 PACT members

$5.00 children under 10

You can reserve tickets in advance for $15 by sending us an  email at info@polishcommunity.org.  Just leave your name, phone # or email address and how many in your party. Your tickets will be at the door.


Here are some of the upcoming events sponsored by Toledo Polish Genealogical Society:

October 15 – Show and Tell something about your ancestor who came to the United States

November 19 – Building Edmond Fitzgerald presented by Jen Domanski Baker

December 3 – TPGS Christmas Party

January 21 – Polish Traditions presented by Tom Sorosiak

February 18 – Kuhschwanz Train Tragedy presented by Carol Lake

March 25 – Soup Sale at Sts Adalbert & Hedwig from noon-6 p.m.

 

For more information about these events,  please go to their website:  http://tpgs02.org