The Polish American Community of Toledo (PACT) has announced that the 2019 Toledo Area Polish American Festival will be held on May 17, 18, and 19, 2019 at the Club 16 facility located on King Road just south of Hill Avenue in Holland, Ohio.
“The 2019 Toledo Area Polish-American Festival” is being sponsored by PACT, a non-profit organization. Proceeds will be used to fund scholarships for Polish-American students and to help fund the building campaign for a new Polish Community Center.
Anyone interested in more information about the event, call Tom at 419-540-8667 .
For information about volunteering, call Stan at 419-280-0035.
For information regarding entertainment and activities, call Tim at 419-410-6167
Children’s activities, call Rozanne at or Sherry at 419-260-1970.
2019 Toledo Area Polish-American Festival
DATES – May 17, 18, and 19th, 2019
TIMES – Friday 4 PM to 11 PM – Saturday 10 AM to 11 PM – Sunday 10 AM to 5 PM
LOCATION – Club 16 Grounds – 316 King Road (just south of Hill Avenue)
FACT – Over 360,000 people in the Northwest Ohio area can claim some relationship to having a Polish heritage.
MAIN FOOD – 4 main food vendors serving a variety of Polish foods such as kielbasa, pierogi, galabki, and other delicious items.
ADDITIONAL FOOD ITEMS – Assorted foods including desserts, shaved ice, gourmet delicacies and fried goodies such as corn dogs, mac and cheese and pizza for the kids.
ARTS & CRAFTS – European and Polish American artisans and exhibitors displaying their crafts in our unique shoppers’ paradise. Arts and crafts will include, but not be limited to, glass blowing, jewelry making, stone carving, leather crafting and more.
ENTERTAINMENT – Visitors will see full-time entertainment including well-known national and local polka bands and dance groups,
THEME – The main theme and purpose of “2019 Toledo Area Polish-American Festival” is to promote the Polish-American culture through food, music, dance, the arts and education.
FESTIVAL HOST – The festival is being sponsored by the Polish American Community of Toledo (PACT), which is a non-profit organization. Proceeds from the festival will provide scholarships to Polish-American students and financial assistance to other local groups who promote Polish cultural events. A portion of the proceeds will also be used to help build a Polish Community Center here in the Toledo area.