Polonia marks the 220th Anniversary of Poland’s May 3, 1791 Constitution


Shrine-Building-Doylestone-PAPolish Constitution Day Schedule of 2011 Events

As the world’s Polonia marks the 220th Anniversary of Poland’s May 3, 1791 Constitution, the second oldest Democratic Constitution in the world, you are invited to attend the events taking place in Philadelphia and Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Doylestown, PA
Sunday, May 1, 2011

Polish Constitution Day Observance, sponsored by the Polish American Congress, Eastern Pennsylvania District, takes place at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Doylestown, PA. beginning with a Mass at 12:30 P.M. and a Youth Day Program at 2:30 P.M. in the Shrine’s Visitors Center. Featured will be performances by Adam Mickiewicz Polish Language School, Our Lady of Czestochowa Polish Language School, St. Adalbert Polish Language School, and the P.K.M. Polish Folk Dancers. Everyone is invited. Admission is free. Info (215) 739-3408.

 

Historical-1724-Court-House-Czester-PADelaware County, PA
Tuesday, May 3, 2011, 9:30 A.M.

Commemorative Program, sponsored by the Council of the United Polish Societies, Chester, PA, takes place at the Historical 1724 Court House, Avenue of the States, Chester, PA. Guest Speaker: Dr. John Romanski. Admission is free. Everyone is invited! Info (610) 494-6948.

 

 

PACC-Building-Philsdelphia-PAWhen visiting Historic Philadelphia, PA, be sure to visit the Polish American Cultural Center Museum, 308 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA and see the exhibit marking the 220th Anniversary of Poland’s May 3, 1791 Constitution, the second oldest Democratic Constitution in the world.

Internet: PolishAmericanCenter.com

 

For additional information, call the Museum at (215) 922-1700.

Waldemar Glodek

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