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If you would like to learn more about Polish history, download a free copy of ''a guide to the history of Poland 966-2016" here 👉 bit.ly/2a3uLwU available in 9 languages.
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If you would like to learn more about Polish history, download a free copy of ''a guide to the history of Poland 966-2016" here 👉 bit.ly/2a3uLwU available in 9 langauges. #PolishHistory

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Kristeen CarneGreat book.Received one at World Youth Day with pilgrimage material. Love it.

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The Twin Cities Polish Festival invites you to the 9th Annual Twin Cities Polish Festival - music, visual and performance arts, folk art/crafts, great food, and an awesome fun time - August 11-13, 2017 and its FREE to attend ... See MoreSee Less

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Lisa HoodOlivia Frances...PEROGIS!

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Aaron KuzniaSTO LAT

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Kristen WalczakReid Johnson lets go to this!!

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Polish Your KitchenSomeday! 😊❤️🇵🇱

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Eva PolamevaKathryn, let's do this! We can crash at Steven's 🙂 (we can get him some pierogi for his birthday!)

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Dessert Concert Annual Orchestra Benefit - St. Anthony
Saturday, May 13th - 7:30 pm at St. Anthony Community Center, 3301 Silver Lake Road, St. Anthony, MN

"Dance Music" as its theme

Tickets $10 - Concert, Dessert, Silent Auction, and Fun

Featured artist is Michael Sobieski

Michal Sobieski was a violinist with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra from 1979 to 2013. During his tenure he also appeared as soloist and chamber musician. In 1994, he won praise as soloist in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons as a last minute substitute for an ailing Iona Brown. He has performed on five Lifescapes Series recordings and taught violin at Gustavus Adolphus College from 1992 to 1996. Prior to joining the SPCO, Mr. Sobieski was concertmaster of the Canton Symphony Orchestra in Ohio, where was first violin of the resident string quartet. He previously served as concertmaster of the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico and co-concertmaster of the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela.

Born in Warsaw, Poland, Sobieski graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Music and was a member of the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble, the Warsaw Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, and leader and soloist of the well-known Polish chamber orchestra, Con Moto Ma Cantabile. Under the auspices of the Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Bureau, Mr. Sobieski made extensive tours of Poland as a soloist and recitalist. He came to the United States after winning a special diploma of honor at the 1970 Sibelius International Violin Competition and a subsequent fellowship to study at Indiana University. There he studied with Josef Gingold, served as Franco Gulli’s teaching assistant, and won the university violin competition.

Currently, Sobieski also serves as concertmaster and soloist for the Skylark Opera Orchestra and the East Metro Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared with such organizations as Chamber Music Minnesota, The Schubert Club, and Thursday Musical.

Though newly retired from the SPCO, Sobieski remains active as a soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician in the Minnesota area and beyond.
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Poland is beautiful <3
Tatra Mountains in Poland

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Donna DenzerJust gorgeous <3

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Twin Cities Polish Festival shared Poland Forever's photo.

The last Polish King
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The last King of Poland. On August 25, 1764, the Primate of Poland, Władysław Łubieński crowned Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski as King of Poland in the church of St. John in Warsaw. To the outrage of the traditionalists, he appeared not in a Polish attire but in the 16th-century Spanish costume.

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2017 Festival Hours

Friday, August 11:     5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Saturday, August 12:    10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday, August 13:    10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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This activity is funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.