Saturday, April 15th 2017 at 11:00 AM
St. Joseph’s Church
1695 Wallenberg Boulevard
Charleston, SC 29414 (West Ashley)
Everyone is invited to bring a basket of food to be blessed by Father Gabe Smith in this popular Polish tradition celebrated on Holy Saturday.
After the Blessing of Food Baskets, there will be an Egg Hunt for children and the Polish American Society of Charleston invites you to join us to exchange Easter Greetings and Blessings. We will meet on the church grounds.
I hope to see you there!
DO ZOBACZENIA !!!
Barbara Rembiesa, President
Checkout some of the pictures from
Morning with famous Polish poet Julian Tuwim
Saturday, April 22, 2017
With a SPA DAY / FUNDRAISER by Avon
RELAX – GET PAMPERED – ENJOY !
Mini- massages, mini-facials, mini-Foot TXS
Food and Beverages will be served
Try Avon products – Skin care, Perfumes, Make-up, Jewelry
Portion of purchases will be donated to Polish American Society
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2017 Mardi Gras Carnival Ball
February 25, 2017
Starts @ 6:30pm
Location: Gage Hall 4 Archdale St, Charleston, SC
A memorable evening of fine Polish hors d’oevres, great music, dancing and champagne.
This is an adult event & BYOB
The theme is “carnival” or “MardiGras”.
Masks and “carnival” attire are suggested.
Members $10.00 / Non-members $20.00
Limited Amount Reservations
Make Your Reservations Now!
Deadline to Buy tickets is FEBRUARY 15, 2017 !!!
Buy Tickets Here
Polish American Society of Charleston
Informuje o możliwości starania się o Stypendium Fulbright który oferuje studia na najlepszych Polskich Uniwersytetach . Program ten przeznaczony jest dla studentów i doktorantów z USA którzy chcą skorzystać z możliwości studiów na najwyższym poziomie edukacyjnym i kulturowym.
Zachęcamy do skorzystania z tej niezwykłej okazji i podajemy kontakt z przedstawicielami Fulbright Foundation w Polsce .
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Members and friends filled Gage Hall on Sunday, Nov. 8, for a banquet marking
the first four years of the Polish American Society of Charleston and its mission to celebrate Polish culture.
Dr. Jacek Bojakowski was made an honorary member of the Polish American Society during a reception in his honor held on Thursday, May 21. Guests at the reception enjoyed an entertaining discussion of the art and technology of painting miniature portraits. Dr. Bojakowski also gave a presentation of his miniatures at Gage Hall on Sunday, May 24. A practicing neurologist and neurophysiologist, Dr. Bojakowksi’s pursuits in addition to painting include metalwork, book covers, and writing poetry.
On Holy Saturday, April 4, Fr. Gabe of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church invited us to share the Polish tradition of blessing the baskets of food for Easter.
The food items in the święconka or Easter basket have special significance.
Our 2014 annual potluck dinner was our best ever. Eighty-five guests arrived, food in hand, expecting a good time, and they were not disappointed. The array of fine Polish food was spectacular. And we had a special treat: a dance performance followed by a dance contest offered by Elite Dance International of Mt. Pleasant. Numerous door prizes were offered by Kiawah House Care, D & Z House of Books, Crave Charleston Catering, Lokal Sea Bar Restaurant on John’s Island, Euro Foods, and Rio Grande Restaurant.
Special thanks to our executive committee members Basia Rembiesa, Inka Szczypkowska, Beata Rogala Craver, Kasia Puckhaber, Jacek Bielawski and to our music director Stan Trojanowski. Club business sponsors are Kiawah House Care, Teresa Law from Carolina One Real Estate, and Beata Bennett from Dunes Properties.