Monday, September 21, 2009

Polish Lectures and Dozynki

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the SS Cyril & Methodius Seminary
Free Polish Lectures and Dozynki (Harvest Festival) Oct. 3-4, 2009 (Michigan)

3535 Indian Trail Orchard Lake, Michigan
http://www.polishmission.com/

Saturday, October 3, 2009
An Afternoon of Polish History

Sunday, October 4, 2009
Dozynki 2009
featuring the POLANIE Song & Dance Ensemble and Polonez Chorale
with a traditional Polish harvest festival

Saturday, October 3, 2009
An Afternoon of Polish History
1 PM — Pictorial timeline and history of SS Cyril and Methodius Seminary
Fr. Nicholas F. Coffaro

2 PM — History of Michigan’s Polish priests, parishes, & parishioners
Mark Bowden, DPL Burton Collection, Ceil Wendt Jensen, Certified Genealogist
Attendees are invited to bring a display board of their Polish parish

3 PM — How to obtain records from ancestral villages in Poland
Ceil Wendt Jensen, Certified Genealogist

There is no fee, but a donation made to the Polish Mission is appreciated.
Join us in the Orchard Lake Panorama Room of the Rev. Andrew Wotta Center,
Building #11
Campus map: www.stmarysprep.com/pdfs/campus%20map.pdf
Please call or email us at cjensen@orchardlakeschools.com to reserve your
seat.

Sunday, October 4, 2009
Dozynki 2009
featuring the POLANIE Song & Dance Ensemble and Polonez Chorale
We’re Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the SS Cyril & Methodius Seminary
campus
with a traditional Polish harvest festival
Polish Mass at 1 PM
followed by the harvest festival including music and dancing.Visit our
harvest tables
overflowing with food, flowers,crafts, and produce in the historic
Fr. John Rakoczy Gymnasium, Old Gym.
Campus map: www.stmarysprep.com/pdfs/campus%20map.pdf

THE POLISH MISSION
Since 1885 - A Prestigious Center of Faith, Culture and Excellence
3535 Indian Trail Orchard Lake, Michigan
MChumiecki@orchardlakeschools.com 248.683.0412
This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities Council,
an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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