So many perogies, so little time!

Like many events last year, Pulaski Days was canceled because of the Covid-19 pandemic but it's back this year with lots of fun events to check out and join in on the fun. Pulaski Days Grand Rapids is an annual event held here in Grand Rapids, Michigan celebrating General Pulaski, an American Revolutionary War hero and Polish immigrant.

There are still plenty of fun events to check out this weekend.
For a full list of Pulaski Days 2021 click here

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Today through Sunday, 14 Polish halls will be open. Make sure you stop in and enjoy some drinks, great Polish food, and live music. Below is a full list of halls and locations.

American Legion Post 459 (658 Michigan Ave NE)
Knights of Columbus (1104 Muskegon NW)
Polish Falcons (957 W Fulton)
Polish National Aid Society – Jackson Street Hall (921 Jackson St NW)
Sacred Heart Benevolent Society Eastern Avenue Hall (506 Eastern Ave NE)
Sacred Heart Club – Kosciuszko Hall (935 Park St SW)
Saint Adalbert's Aid Society – 5th Street Hall (701 5th Street NW)
Saint Casimir’s – 6th Street Hall (649 6th St NW)
Saint Isidore's Aid Society – Diamond Hall (435 Diamond NE)
Saint Ladislaus Aid Society “Laddies Hall” (58 Lane Ave SW)
Saint Stanislaus – Little Hall (823 Michigan Ave NE)
Saints Peter & Paul Aid Society – Saint Georges (1513 Quarry NW)
Sons & Daughters Club (1057 Hamilton NW)
Vytautas Aid Society (1300 Hamilton Ave NW)

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