Celebrating Polish Culture

January 17, 2019 09:48 AM

(1.17.19) Coinciding with the 2018 centennial of Poland's independence and also marking 30 years since the collapse of communism in Poland, "Coming Together" has announced that it will celebrate Polish culture in 2019.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Coming Together brings life to the cultural diversity of Niles Township by celebrating a different culture every year. Supported by institutions throughout Skokie, Niles, Morton Grove and Lincolnwood, which are among the most diverse communities in the country, the local group Coming Together has celebrated the multitude of cultures that call these communities home. More than 60 programs will be featured from January through April, including at the Skokie Park District:

  • The Skokie Heritage Museum will host Polish Folk Tales & Paper Cutting on February 22.
  • Emily Oaks Nature Center will host a Martin Kozon lecture on 100 years of Polish Independence on March 5.
  • The Devonshire Cultural Center will host a program entitled Polish Cuisine on April 6. 

Click here for the entire roster of events for the Celebration of Polish Culture in Niles Township.

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