APRIL 4, 2008, Friday, San Jose
7:30 p.m. HOLY MASS FOR THE INTENTION OF HEALING (in Polish)
God, who is fully present in the Eucharist, wants to heal a person
from his afflictions -- both of his body and of his soul. All are invited.
St. Brother Albert Church, San Jose, 10250 Clayton Road
More information: http://www.saintalbert.us/index_e.html
APRIL 13, 2008, Sunday, Rohnert Park
3:00 p.m. - Catholic Mass in Polish and local Polonia social gathering
Location: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, 4595 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park
All are invited for a get-together in the cafeteria following Mass.
Mass in Polish once a month, usually second Sunday, with exception in June.
More info at: http://PolishPastoralCenter.org/santarosa or
contact Ela Prochazka at 1-707-525-1368 or email@example.com
APRIL 17, 2008, Thursday, Menlo Park
7 p.m. Polish American Engineers Club meeting and lecture
"Nuclear Proliferation in a High Technology World"
Guest speaker: John E. Fields, Ph.D.
Location: The Little House of Peninsula Volunteers, (Gym Room)
800 Middle Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025
PAEC meetings in the Little House are free of charge and open to members,
friends and to all persons interested in the guest speaker's presentation.
More info at: http://www.polishengineerssv.org/ViewEvent.asp?event_id=63
APRIL 20, 2008, Sunday, Berkeley
3 p.m. - An afternoon gala concert of Opera's most popular arias and ensemble
Our Polish American community mezzo-soprano Dalyte Kodzis is among great team
of young artists: http://poloniasf.org/english/20080420_ad.pdf
First Congregational Church of Berkeley
2345 Channing Way (enter on Dana), Berkeley, CA 94704
Tickets: $25 General, $10 Student/Senior, available at the door or
online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/31665
APRIL 27, 2008, Sunday, Reno, NV
7:30pm - VOCAL RECITAL
Soprano Anna Helwing will sing a vocal recital entitled: "POLISH POETRY IN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN MUSIC".
The artist will perform the songs by F. Chopin, F. Poulenc ("8 Polish Songs" in Polish, eg. "Ostatni Mazur," "Wisla"), S. Moniuszko, W. Lutoslawski, and S. Barber.
With participation of pianist D.Stevens, organist A. Johnson
LOCATION: Trinity Episcopal Church, downtown Reno