Monday, March 26, 2007

Documentary of Detroit Dom Polski Dance Halls

Announcing the Premiere of the Documentary Film:


By WSDPAHS Officer Laurie A. Gomulka Palazzolo
Co-Editor & Society Member Susan F. Tyszka
A celebration of Polish immigrant life and culture in Detroit’s east and west side communities
A preservation of history and musical traditions

On the east side:
Friday May 11 – Hall 2
American Polish Century Club, Sterling Heights, MI
33204 Maple Lane (Hoover Rd. N. OF 14 Mile)
Special one-hour public viewing version of film at 6:30 P.M.
Dessert, coffee, and tea served during film - cash bar in dining room
Admission for film dessert/coffee/tea: $5.00 per person
Special "Polish Platter:" Dinner option in front dining room
4:30 – 6:00 P.M. For $11.00 per person (includes tax)***
***Does not include gratuity***
Dinner includes 2 pierogki, kielbasa and kapusta, city chicken, & mashed potatoes – beverages extra – cash bar

On the west side:
Saturday April 28, From 1:00 – 4:00 P.M.
The Village Theater at Cherry Hill
A Premiere Performance Venue
50400 Cherry Hill Rd., Canton Twp.
(at Ridge Road-734/394-5300)
Special one-hour public viewing version of film at 1:30 P.M.
Dessert, coffee, tea reception afterwards
Admission: $5.00 per person (includes reception)

Full two-hour version of the film for sale in DVD and videotape formats after both east and west side viewings for $20 (tax included)
Check or cash only, no credit cards accepted

Reserve in advance by remitting check/money order to:
Laurie Palazzolo, 32101 Shiawassee Road, Farmington, MI 48336
(specify “east” or “west” show)
Reservations confirmed at door. Info: Laurie Palazzolo:
248/477-8518; lauriepalazzolo (at)