NOVEMBER 7, 2009, Saturday, Pleasant Hill
7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Annual BARBÓRKA BALL
Polish-American Educational Committee Of San Francisco
Cordially Invites You To The Traditional Annual Ball Barborka.
Buffet Supper Included. Attire: Semi Formal.
A Performance by "Lowiczanie" Folk Dancers and Many Attractions
Of The Evening
Location: Pleasant Hill Recreation Center, 320 Civic Drive.
For The Benefit Of The Polish Language School Of John Paul II
For Information And Credit Card Ticket Orders Call Or Email: Jacek Wagner Tel. 510-531-7456, Email: email@example.com
Please mail checks to: PAEC c/o Jacek Wagner, 5962 Chelton Dr, Oakland, CA 94611
NOVEMBER 8, 2009, 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. For more info contact Ela Prochazka at 1-707-525-1368
NOVEMBER 9, 2009, Monday, San Francisco
8:00 p.m. - A piano concert by Mack McCray, President of the Chopin Council of San Francisco
Location: Concert Hall of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak Street
PROGRAM: Haydn: Sonata in G Major, No.13 (Hob.XVI:6); Debussy: Estampes
Schulz-Evler: Arabesques on "The Beautiful Blue Danube" Waltz by Johann Strauss; Intermission;
Chopin: Nocturne in B, Opus 62 and Barcarolle, Opus 60; Stravinsky: Three Movements from "Petruchka"
NOVEMBER 12-15, 2009, Paso Robles, CA
More details at http://www.paderewskifest.com/
NOVEMBER 14, Saturday, San Jose
6 p.m. Polish American Engineers Club ANNUAL DINNER + DANCE
The Club WELCOMES EVERYONE to participate in this festive occasion.
Keynote Speaker: Christopher Kerosky- Honorary Consul Republic of Poland;
"Poland in the 21st Century: The Predominance of the Dynamic
Private Sector over the old, tired Public Sector Models."
Reservations: PAEC members and their guest: $ 55 per person, Non-members $ 60 per person. Attire: Semi-formal. Dance till 11:30 p.m.;
For more information please call Marek Zywno at 1-408-425-1495 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOVEMBER 14, Saturday, Union City
7 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. Polish Traditional Dance Party "Andrzejki"
Parish Hall of The Holy Family Church, 3880 Smith Street.
Music by the Polish DJ Zdzislaw. Best of the best Polish home made food available throught
the whole evening and and cash bar. The program of the special event includes the traditional
Andrzejki fortune telling from the melted wax poured into water. If you do not know that Polish
tradition it is must see thing. Everyone is welcome.
Tickets: $20 advance, $25 at the door, includes hot dinner and cold buffet: 1-510-247-9848 1-510-886-1290. Drinks in cash bar.
Proceeds are going to the Polish Scouts.
NOVEMBER 15, Sunday, San Francisco
11 a.m. Polish Independence Day Celebration
Joint Polonia celebration of one the most important days in the Polish history
11 a.m. - Special Holy Mass for the Polish Nation in the Church
12:15 p.m. - Artistic and official celebration, Downstairs Hall
Location: 240 Fell Street, San Francisco; refreshments will be available
To take part: Veterans, Scouts, Polish School, Polish American Congress.
Organizers invite all Polonia to join this important celebration.
NOVEMBER 21, Saturday, San Francisco
8:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Celebrating all Andrews and Katherines
"Andrzejki & Katarzynki" Dance Party - The Polish Club, 3040 22nd St., San Francisco
Music: DJ Kuba; Fortune Telling: Madame Zofia; Admission: $10 Advance, $15 Door;
If your name is Andrzej or Katarzyna = FREE Admission (with picture ID);
No-host Polish Kitchen / Cash Bar
Proceeds benefit: The Polish Club - www.polishClubSF.org ; 1-415-821-2574