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Plan to come to Polka Days, July 16-19, 2015!

Favorite Polish foods and more!

The KC/FFA Food stand is a good place to start. Besides the usual homemade burgers and brats, Polish sausage, pierogies, Polish dumplings with pork & sauerkraut, and cabbage rolls are generously stocked throughout the weekend. For sweet treats, take a stroll up the street to Smurawa's Bakery where Paczkis and other ethnic delicacies abound.

Pulaski Polka Days Parade on Sunday

Sunday, July 19th 2015 at 11am

St. Augustine to Main Street and Polka Grounds

Sunday's parade is another highlight of the weekend. Heading the lineup are the color guard and several area veteran groups from the Green Bay area. Pulaski's own Red Raider Marching Band also takes to the street in perfect step. Antique tractor groups, dog grooming parlors (really cute sheep dog 'marching), dance studio performances and several polka bands playing atop flatbed trailers entertain along the entire route.

Pulaski Red Raiders Marching Band

This high school marching band 'holds it own' and more, whether its a local parade, winning 'Grand Champion' distinction at the 2014 Mackinac Island Lilac Festival Parade or playing in the 4th of July Parade- Philadelphia 2013.

Pulaski Polka Days

Whether you can come for a few hours or a few days, this is one for your bucket list. As I heard the leader of Pan Franek proclaim, "Polka music will be here for generations to come," sweet applause filled the tent and the dancing began. If you can't come, look for Father Norbert on YouTube. He promised me he'd have all of his videos up by the end of the week.