St. Stan`s Polish Festival

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St. Stan`s Polish Festival
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
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DINNER PLATE …………………………………………………….$10.00
1/4 lb. kielbasa, stuffed cabbage, 3 pierogi, dinner roll, sauerkraut
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SAUSAGE DOGS…………………………………………………… $6.00
Kielbasa w/sauerkraut, onions and peppers
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POTATO PANCAKES……………………………………………...3/$3.00
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POLISH COOKIES ………………………………...………………..……..
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KIELBASA, FROZEN (1.25 lb. link)………………………………. $6.00
PIEROGI, COOKED, 1 DOZ ………………………………………. $6.00
SOFT DRINKS and WATER………………………………………. $1.00
BEER, DOMESTIC (16 oz.)……………………………………….. $4.00
BEER, POLISH………………………………………………………. $5.00
VISIT OUR BAKE SHOPPE: (Goodies priced as marked)
St. Stanislaus Catholic Church
4849 Castle Hayne Road
Castle Hayne, NC 28429
910-675.2336
16th Annual
Polish Festival
POPPYSEED ROLL, NUT ROLL ………………………………………..
STRUDEL …………………………………………………….……………..
HOME-BAKED GOODS (lots of them!)………………………………...
COFFEE (hot and fresh!)…………………………………………...$1.00
TAKE HOME TO ENJOY LATER:
PIEROGI, FROZEN (1 dozen pkg., 6 varieties)………………… $6.00
STUFFED CABBAGE (available after 3 p.m. at Main Food Booth)
We also have “Tarheel Treats” Concession
Stand in the Children’s Area, located on the
other side of the property, near the church and
the parish office! Check it out!
While in the Children’s Area, be sure to find our
other guests: The Tesarz Family and their
Polish Tatra Sheepdog (“Pearl”) and their
Polish Lowland Sheepdog (“Monster”), visiting
today from Concord, NC. Learn what’s so special
about these Polish Dogs! Come visit, and be sure
to ask Mrs. Tesarz how “Monster” got his name!
 RAFFLE: $2,000 Grand Prize; $1,000 Second Prize; $500 Third Prize
 SILENT AUCTION: located inside the Parish Hall; over 100 items!
 CHURCH TOUR: Just one, at 12:00 noon. We are proud to share a little
bit about our rich history!
 Our APPAREL & SOUVENIRS, RELIGIOUS ITEMS, and CRAFTS
make great Christmas Gifts!
Saturday, November 2, 2013
11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy the sounds of
The Chardon Polka Band of Ohio
throughout our event!
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We welcome our special guests
“Karolinka”
Children’s Polish Folk Group
of Charlotte
Performances at 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m.
"Karolinka" was established in September 2010 to promote Polish culture and folk music throughout the Carolinas. Members wear folk costumes from different parts of the country, mainly from Lowicz and Krakow. The group presents a variety of dances including the Polish national dance - Polonaise, also known as "the walking dance", stomping
Krakowiak and energetic Zbojnicki originated in the Tatra Mountains.
The group also performs with live string ensemble providing the audience with the real feel of Polish folk fiddling.
“Karolinka” Program Schedule:
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2.
Polonaise - Polish National Dance - 2 min 45 sec.
Szla dzieweczka do laseczka (Walking Girl) Folk Love Song,
3 min.32 sec.
3. W murowanej piwnicy (In the Brick Basement) - Highlander's Dance 3 min. 20 sec. Live string ensemble music
4. Laura i Filon – Instrumental version of the traditional folk song1 min. 50 sec.
5. To i Hola – Traditional love song performed with the string ensemble 1 min.15 sec
6. Krakowiak - Dance from Krakow Region - 3 min.03 sec.
7. Cyt,Cyt - Folk song performed by string ensemble - 1 min.
8. Plynie, Wisla, plynie (Visla River is Flowing) - Traditional Song 2 min.44 sec
9. Miala Baba Koguta (The Woman had a Rooster) - Traditional Song 2 min. 41 sec.
10. Polish Style Gangnam Style
Description:
1.
Polonaise is a Polish national dance also known as "walking dance". Its
slow processional movement finds the roots in the folk wedding dances.
Nowadays Polonaise is always a first dance at Polish proms called
"studniowka" taking place about 100 days before the final High School
Exams.
2. "Szla dzieweczka do laseczka" (Walking Girl) song is a folk song from
the southern part of Poland - Silesia. The lyrics are about the country
girl who meets a handsome hunter and after they get separated, he is
searching for her, his only and true love.
3. "W murowanej piwnicy " (In the Brick Basement) is an energetic "good robbers" dance from the rocky foothills of the Tatra Mountains
where most people used to tend, feed, or guard flocks of sheep.
"Good robbers" bands included highlanders who were trying to escape
from the oppression of the lords, find the legendary treasures hidden in
the Tatra Mountain caves and share it with poor people. It starts with
the shepherd's pipe tune.
4. Instrumental version of the traditional Polish folk song
5. To i Hola – Traditional love song performed with the string ensemble 1 min.15 sec
6. Krakowiak - it's a very energetic dance from the region of Krakow, the
old capital of Poland. The most characteristic steps are : the galop (fast
running forward), and the krzesany (striking step- a sliding motion of the
feet with the stomping.) A horse neigh you can hear at the beginning is
a sound of Lajkonik - the symbol of the city of Krakow. The Lajkonik is
man dressed up as a warrior who rides a horse through the streets of
the city.
7. Instrumental version of the traditional Polish folk song
8. "Plynie Wisla, Plynie" (Visla River is Flowing) is a song about Vistula
river and the beautiful Polish traditions.
9. "Miala Baba Koguta " (The Woman had a Rooster) - the woman had a
rooster and put it in her shoe! A fun song for everybody!
10. Polish Style Gangnam Style - the musical joke created to promote Poland and delicious Polish food. The Polish text phonetically matches the
original Korean words and choreography imitates Polish folk dances.
The Children’s Entertainment Area
is located on the other side of our property, by the church and parish
office. Be careful as you make your way across the parking lot.
Once there, please find and enjoy:
Body Glitter
Live Fish
Soda Ring Toss
Football Throw
Fishing
Duck Pond
Face Painting
Climb and Slide Inflatable
Noah’s Ark Inflatable

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