EVENTS
Note: We continue to add events daily, please frequent this page for updates and new upcoming events.

The Polish Center of Wisconsin is home to countless cultural and community events
throughout the year.

Have you ever wondered how to make pierogi or wanted to try the best vodka that Poland has to offer? 
You can explore everything Polish from music, art, language, cooking and crafts to history and genealogy. 
We have an annual golf outing plus Christmas, Easter, and Mother's Day brunches for the entire family. 
Our Lenten Friday Fish Fries are sure to delight young and old alike. Every summer we also host America's
largest Polish celebration -Polish Fest- at Milwaukee's lakefront Maier Festival Park. 

Whether you are deeply rooted in Polish culture or just in search of a welcoming atmosphere, everyone is
invited to experience our Polish ambiance. Visit us at the Polish Center and get a taste of Poland 
without
crossing the Atlantic!

Bingo
Unfortunately due to shortage of volunteers, we are not able to adequately staff the needs 
of running Bingo at this time. Our Bingo committee continues to evaluate and will determine when 
they will be able to start up again.

 

 
Events 2022

 
January 27  Lecture- "International Holocaust Remembrance Day"
by Samantha Abramson, 
Executive Director of the Holocaust Educational Resource Center of Milwaukee

March 1, 2022  Paczki Day

Fridays March 4 – April 15   Polish Center of Wisconsin Lenten Fish Fry
(Flyer PDF)

April 2   Easter Craft Fair
(Flyer PDF)

April 10, 2022   Maxwell Street Klezmer Band Concert
(Flyer PDF)
(Online Tickets)

April 17   Easter Brunch
(Flyer PDF)

April 19   6:30 p.m. An Evening of Poetry by Dr. Peter Burzynski
At the Polish Center of Wisconsin.
(Flyer PDF)

May 2  6:00 p.m. The 1791 Consitution Celebrated through Words, Music and Imagery
David R. Zepecki, Donald E. Pienkos and
Music of Frydryk Chopin: Selections Francis T. Wasielewski
Wine and Cheese Reception, Viewing the Exhibit, and Socializing
(Open to the public) At the Polish Center of Wisconsin- Veterans Room).
(Flyer PDF)

May 4 - October 26  4:00 - 8:00 p.m.  PCW Wednesday Cafe
(Menu)

May 8   Mother’s Day Brunch
(Flyer PDF)

May 10  Lecture By Professor Neal Pease- University Wisconsin Milwaukee
“Polish Pope, John Paul II, and his epochal 1979 pilgrimage to his homeland”
6:30 p.m. PCW- Veterans Room
(PDF Flyer)

May 19  PCW General Membership Meeting- 7:00 p.m. 

May 27  Milwaukee Milkmen and Polish Center of Wisconsin Baseball
6:35 p.m. Game
(PDF Flyer)

June 10-12 Polish Fest at Summerfest Grounds in Milwaukee

June 22  St. John’s Night program
At the Polish Center front lawn and pond, with music, picnic style food and the placing of
wreaths on the water. Its a great Polish tradition and is geared for families and lovers of
Polish traditions.

July 14   PCW Golf Outing
(Flyer PDF)
(Online Registration)

August 14 Piano Recital
(Details will be posted soon)

September 22  7:00 p.m. PCW General Membership Meeting-
Board of Directors Election Meetin

September 28; October 5, 12, 19, 26  Wednesdays 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. "Conversational Polish For Beginners"
(Flyr PDF)

December 3 PCW "Christmas Bazaar"
(Details will be posted soon)

December 10 Wigilia Dinner
(Details will be posted soon)