Events

April 3-6, 2019, Wednesday – Saturday:  

The 15th New England Regional Genealogical Conference, presents Family – A Link to The Past and a Bridge to The Future.

DoubleTree by Hilton Manchester Downtown Hotel, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101.  Hotel Phone: 603-625-1000

For more information on the conference – The fifth 2019 New England Regional Genealogical Conference E-zine is now available at http://www.nergc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/NERGC-2019-E-zine-5.pdf.  It includes Conference registration information, important hotel updates, and much more.

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April 27, 2019, Saturday  (6:45 am – 8:00 pm):  West Point Academy Dress Parade bus trip sponsored by The Polish Center, 33 South Street, Chicopee, MA.   The Cadets march in full uniform, in cadence with the military music, presenting arms in unison.  Guided tour of West Point highlights: Cadet Chapel, Trophy Point, Hudson River lookout. Lunch at the Hotel Thayer for a Bountiful Buffet. A wonderful assortment of salads, hot & cold entrees and delicious desserts.

The Academy’s fortifications were designed by the Polish Revolutionary Hero, Tadeusz Kosciuszko.

Depart from the Polish Center Parking Lot at 6:45 am – Estimated Return: 8:00 pm

Reservations: Joanne Gruszkos 413-537-1732,  Sylvia Kuczek 860-614-9615.

Cost: $125 pp (based on 40-50 attendees)  Please make checks payable to the Polish Center.  Mail to the Polish Center, 33 South Street, Chicopee, MA 01013  or pay online at polishcenter.net/  or PayPal.

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July 29 – August 12, 2019:   Introduction to the Polish Heritage: A unique insight into Poland’s History, Culture, Folklore, and Traditions.  All inclusive Tour of Poland from Boston.  Sponsored by the Polish Center of Discovery and Learning as a fundraiser.

Tour escort: Stas Radosz, Director of the Polish Center in Chicopee, MA.

Stas Radosz invites you to join him for the 10th Edition of the Polish Heritage Tour where we introduce you to Poland’s unique attractions selected especially for you.  This year, we return to the wonderful Amber capital of Gdansk in time for the medieval tradition of the Dominican Fair. We will travel through the fortified castles of Malbork, Gniew and Kwidzyn, the prehistoric Slav settlement of Biskupin, to the rolling hills of the Beskidy Mountains where we discover traces of the Lemko culture. As always, we will stay in excellent hotels, dine in fine restaurants and travel with a professional guide as we explore Poland’s attractions.

Space is limited on group flights. Send your reservation before January 30, 2019. After that date, check if space is available.  (413) 592-0001 or via email at polishcenter@elms.edu.

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