Dyngus Day (Volunteer Appreciation) – Apr. 17, 2017

Dyngus Day is an old Polish Easter Monday custom. Every year on that day, Polish Museum volunteers are recognized for their service over the last year. On April 17, Fr. Paul Breza, Museum founder, served up a banquet of ham, German and American potato salads, cucumber and tomato salad, and home-made blueberry sauce over ice cream for dessert to recognize the efforts of 40 volunteers who make the Museum one of the top tourist attractions in the city. Sheila Daly was honored for 40 years of exceptional volunteer service to the Museum.

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