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October 28, 2011


Sock Monkey Tutorial

October 28 is Plush Animal Lover’s Day – and the objective of this day is simple – to give a little extra love and attention to your plush animals. Don’t have a plushie? We’ve got you covered! There’s no better time than now to get crafty and create your very own sock monkey. This iconic… Read more

October 24, 2011


United Nations Day

UN Day 2011 honors the 66th anniversary of the ratification of the United Nations charter – the founding constitutional treaty of the United Nations – and is devoted to highlighting the aims and achievements of all who serve and participate in this world organization. In the spirit of this day, we would like to express… Read more

October 18, 2011


Apple Pierogi

National Pierogi Day has come and gone, but we promised you a recipe so here it is. An all-in-one-r that will satisfy your sweet tooth while celebrating National Dessert month *and* National Apple month: the Apple-Cinnamon Pierogi (Pierogi z Jablkami i Cynamonem). And because they’re currently in season, apples are tasting amazing right now. PIEROGI… Read more

September 30, 2011


Miss Polonia(s) 2011

Amanda Mozden of Utica, NY Katarzyna Markowski of Manhattan, NY Anna Bagnienska of Brooklyn, NY Katarzyna Krajewski of Rockland County, NY Megan Grzybowski of Port Washington, NY Anita Koczkodon of Glen Cove, NY Joanna Haich of Hempstead, NY Aneta Poszwa of Copiague, NY Ewa Koziol of Maspeth, NY Ewelina Oksien of Staten Island, NY Alexis… Read more

September 29, 2011


Polish Day Parade

Thousands decked out in red and white face paint will line New York City streets this Sunday, October 2, 2011 to celebrate all things Polish. Brace yourself as neighborhoods like Greenpoint are overtaken by honking, souped-up, flag-adorned cars blasting Polska Rootz and being all sorts of Polish. The occasion? Polish Day! Ceremoniously commemorated with the… Read more

July 29, 2011


Imieniny / Name days

Name days are widely celebrated in Poland, and often incite bigger celebrations than birthdays, especially as one gets older and a bithday is not the most cheerful of occasions. Many other European countries observe the custom as well, particularly those with strong Christian roots since the tradition of associating first names to a particular date… Read more