This year’s Pierogi Festival was a first of it’s kind for Dom Polski. Dancing, singing and eating took to the streets as the parking lot was turned into a staging area for wonderful performances by the Polonez dance troupe from Vancouver BC; Seattle’s own Polish Choir – Vivat Musica and Mlodzi Polanie youth group; plus White Eagle folk group from Victoria BC. This year there was all you could eat Pierogi plus potato pancakes (my favorite!), stuffed cabbage, kielbasa and bigos. Guests could dine in the polish hall or sit outside and listen and dance to the fine entertainment. For those who worked up a thirst the Beer Garden was a major attraction. The weather was just perfect for this wonderful Polish cultural event. To view all the images just click here.
…meat pierogi, potato & cheese pierogi, mushroom pierogi not to mention fruit pierogi of all kinds!
Hundreds attended the annual All You Can Eat Pierogi Fest at the Polish Home at 18th & Madison in Seattle. Some went thru the line several times to fill up on these traditional tasty morsels of Poland. While resting between plates of food one could witness cultural activities like a pierogi making demo; folk dances by Polonez of Vancouver, BC; and listen to music by the polish choir Vivat Musica. Children could learn how to make palms and polish cutouts. Seattle’s own youth group Mlodzi Polanie performed and then taught some courageous adults their wonderful routine!
All in all it was a wonderful afternoon of sharing our Polish culture with family and friends.
Stop by the Polish Home at 18th & Madison in Seattle for the “All you can eat Pierogi Fest”!
Saturday, May 7 from 11:30am – 4pm.
$16 adults / $8 children up to 11 / tots free
I’ll be on hand with these delicious looking Pierogi Soaps that look good enough to eat – but don’t!
They make a fun gift for Mother’s day or any day!
You’ll find Lavender, Rosewood, Orange Clove, and Unscented flavors.