This is the popular yearly Halloween theme disco, so fill free to
dress up! DJ Marcin Ludowicz invites to his own mix of the newest
and hottest techno and dance hits.
Halloween costumes encouraged but not required – there will be
prizes for the 3 best costumes of the night. You need to be 21+ to
Oct 18, 7:30 pm: Expansion Project
meeting at the Polish Home
Do you enjoy
more parking space at the Polish Home? Come to discuss and support
more changes at the Polish Home resulting from the Expansion
Project! This is an open monthly meeting, everybody interested in
the project is invited to come and discuss issues. Volunteers are
also welcomed to the meeting!
Where: at the Polish Home, just drop by; refreshments are
Oct 13, 8 pm: Prof. Radzilowski
talks about Anti-Semitism in Poland at the Polish Home
Thaddeus Radzilowski, Ph.D
This is a second
lecture by Dr. Thaddeus Radzilowski during his visit to
Seattle. At the Polish Home he will focus
on the Polish-Jewish relations and discussions aboutJan
Gross’s newest book FEAR -
Anti-Semitism in Poland after Auschwitz.
Oct 12, 7 pm: Prof. Radzilowski on Solidarity and the American
labor movement at the UW
Thaddeus Radzilowski, Ph.D
Radzilowski is a historian specializing in East Central Europe and
immigration issues. He is the president and co-founder of the
Piast Institute, a think-tank based in
as well as professor emeritus of St Mary’s College in
MI. His lecture will focus on Poles in the
American labor movement as well as its relations with Solidarity.
The lecture is organized by the UW Polish Studies Endowment
Where: Room #220, Kane Hall, at the
University of Washington
campus; admission free
The book for
the meeting is Reisefieber
by Mikolaj Lozinski, published by Znak in 2006. This is
the first book by Lozinski, 25, a young sociologist who graduated
from the Sorbonne in
Paris. The book is a surprisingly mature
treatment of a young man dealing with the death of his mother. The
book is available in Polish, please see the Club website for more
info. New members and guests are always welcome.
Where: Room #1 at the
NE 85th St,
Oct 4 - a new indoor soccer team plays the
local Polish soccer players can’t get enough! PKS - the Polish
Soccer Club of Seattle - sprouted a new team. FC Polska is an
indoor soccer team starting their first indoor league game this
Wednesday. The club looks for new players both for the indoor and
outdoor teams. Please contact Michal or Piotr to kick the ball!
Oct 4, 6-8 pm, till Nov 7: J.
Brzostowska paintings at Café
Flora in Seattle
Brzostowska is a painter and art teacher based in
she also runs her own gallery, Galeria Konstancin.
Her impressionist art, full of color and light, ranging from
figurative representations to large format, abstract images was
featured in exhibitions all over Europe as well as in
The Artist comes to
for the opening night. The exhibition, organized by Café Flora and the
Artist is available from October 4 till November 7, 2006.
Where: Café Flora,
2901 E Madison Street, Seattle
(not far from the Polish Home); admission free
Nov 15: K. Poznanski paintings in Pacific City, OR
Poznanski is an art collector and a painter as well as a professor
at the UW Jackson School of International Studies. The Soaring
Crane Gallery in Pacific
OR, displays about 20 of his
recent paintings on rice paper, including seven paintings from the
nine still lives from the
Desire series and several landscapes. If you plan to go
to the Polish Festival in Portland,
a side trip to
PacificCity might be just what
Where: at the Soaring Crane Gallery, Cape Kiwanda Hotel, 33105
Cape Kiwanda Drive, Pacific City, Oregon 97135; admission free;
from June 15 till Nov 15, open daily from 10 am till 5 pm, tel.