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Jan 30 Portland Chamber Orchestra concert

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Jan 19, 26: Auschwitz documentary at KCTS

Jan 27, Tercet Egzotyczny at the Polish Home

Jan 29 Annual meeting of the PHA
Jan  29 Portland Chamber Orchestra concert
Jan 27 Tercet Egzotyczny at the Polish Home
Jan 26 Auschwitz documentary at KCTS
Jan 20 KCTS discussion on Holocaust & Auschwitz
Jan 19 Auschwitz documentary at KCTS
Jan 16 Radio Wisla moves to Sundays
Jan 9 Carnival party for kids at the Polish Home
Jan 8 PAHA dinner at the Polish Home
Jan 7- 8 A PAHA conference in Seattle
Jan 29, 3 pm: Annual meeting of the PHA

This is the annual meeting of the members of the Polish Home Association that is also an election meeting. PHA members can vote by proxy, see the PHA website for details

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Proxies for the PHA elections:

The request forms for voting by proxy at the PHA election meeting on Jan 29, 2005 can be picked up at the Polish Home on Jan 14 & 21, from 8 pm to 10 pm.  More: Polish Home

 

Where: at the Polish Home, 1714 18th Ave. Seattle, admission free

More: Polish Home, election info: Zbigniew Przydzielski

Jan 29, 8 pm & 30, 3 pm: Portland Chamber Orchestra concert in Portland

Waldemar Malicki, piano

The concert features music by Slavic composers including Henryk Gorecki and Wojciech Kilar. The guest pianist is Waldemar Malicki, one of the best pianists in Poland. The first and the second half of the concert will be introduced by a dance performed by the Polish dance group Sobotka, which will also dance after the concert.

Where: at the  Karl Auditorium, Reed College Portland, Jan 29 at 8 pm, Jan 30 at 3 pm

More: Portland Chamber Orchestra

Jan 27, 8 pm: Tercet Egzotyczny at the Polish Home

Tercet Egzotyczny (the Exotic Trio) is a Polish band that enjoyed immense popularity in 1960s and 1970s with its catchy renditions of tunes from exotic countries. With a new generation of singers (daughter Kasia joining the original leading singer Izabella Skrybant-Dziewiatkowska) it still brings a whiff of exotic locales to its audiences.

Where: at the Polish Home; tickets $16 advanced, $18/20 at the door PHA members/non-members

More: Barbara Strutynski 425-746-3037, Elżbieta Filipczuk 425-338-3408

Jan 20, 8 pm: KCTS discussion on Holocaust & Auschwitz

Enrique Cerna is hosting a KCTS Connects discussion about the Holocaust and the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp at Oswiecim, Poland.

Where: KCTS Seattle, channel 9, from 8 to 9 pm PST

More: PBS Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum

Jan 19 & 26, Feb 2 at 9 pm: Auschwitz documentary at KCTS

Jan 27, 2005 is the 60th anniversary of the Red Army liberation of Auschwitz, the notorious Nazi death camp near Oswiecim, Poland. To mark the occasion, KCTS is broadcasting a 6 hour BBC/PBS documentary Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State. Auschwitz victims include at least 1,100,000 Jews, over 140,000 Poles, about 20,000 Gypsies, over 10,000 Soviet POWs, and over 10,000 other people. Estimates for total number of victims in this camp range from 1.1 to 1.5 million of people (source: the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum).

 

Where: KCTS Seattle, channel 9, from 9 to 11 pm PST on Wednesdays Jan 19 Feb 2, 2005.

More: PBS Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum

Jan 16, 6 pm: Radio Wisla moves to Sundays

Radio Wisla, the local Puget Sound Polish-language station will be broadcasting on Sundays at 6 pm from Jan 16, 2005. The station will be on air for an hour each time; however, there will be no repeating of the broadcast.

Where: 1150 AM, every Sunday at 6 pm, the last broadcast is available at Radio Wisla on-line

More: Radio Wisla

Jan 9, noon 4 pm: Carnival party for kids at the Polish Home

The Polish School in Seattle invites all the kids to a carnival party at the Polish Home. It will feature games, competitions, a lottery and awards. You can also have a tasty dinner for the whole family.

Where: at the Polish Home

More: Gerard Adler, (425) 653-3692

Jan 8, 6:30 pm: PAHA dinner at the Polish Home

The Polish American Historical Association will hold a dinner with award presentations at the Polish Home after its annual conference. The evening will also feature a slide presentation by Tom Podl about his art collection. This is your opportunity to meet Polish-American history professors from universities all over the United States. Organized by the Ladies Auxiliary

Where: at the Polish Home; admission requires a reservation and a $25 donation
More: reservations Martha Golubiec (206) 935-7535

Jan 7- 8, 2005: PAHA conference in Seattle

The Polish American Historical Association is holding its annual conference in Seattle on January 7-8, 2005, along a bigger American Historical Association conference taking place on January 6-9.

Jan 7, 2:30 pm   Polish Women, Memories and Realities,

Jan 8, 10:30 am Polonian Presentation of Self,

Jan 8, 2:30 pm   Polonian Relations with Non-Polonians.

Where: Seattle Convention Center

More: Conference PAHA

 

2005 Ryszard Kott

 

Fot. 'Fountain" - Hanna Gil

Fot. "Seattle" - Ryszard Kwieciński