The American-Polish Century Club is pleased to announce the American Polish Festival & Craft Show, July 10-12, 2015, on the on the grounds of The American Polish Century Club, 33204 Maple Lane, Sterling Heights, Mi 48312.
Our Festival draws thousands of friends and families from all around Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois. Our spirited festival features live music and dancing. Highlighting our Festival are the biggest names in Polka Music, along with finest Polish Dance Ensembles in Michigan. Try our delicious Polish Kitchen, the Polish Pub-n-Grub, and Beer Tent or take part in the 2014 Srodek’s Pierogi Eating Challenge. There will be a Traditional Polish Mass on Sunday at 12:00 Noon. Stroll our Outdoor Craft Show featuring over 55 different crafters displaying their fine works. Admission to the festival is only $2.00, 17 & under free. Free Parking and free shuttles are available.
Friday, July 10: Festival opens at 4:00pm till 1:00am.Craft Show 4-9pm. Music & Dancing 4:00pm-12:00pm by the Motor City’s own Polish Muslims alternating with Tony’s Polka Band, from Albany, New York.
Saturday, July 11: Festival hours 10:00am – 1:00amCraft Show 10am-9pm. Music & Dancing 12-5:00pm with Tony’s Polka Band and 5:00-12:00am Polka Country Musician, from Ct. alternating with The New Brass Express, from Bad Axe, MI
Sunday, July 12: Festival hours 11:00pm – 9:00pm Polish Mass @ 12:00pm, Polka Country Musicians 12:00- 5pm, 5:30- 9:00pm, Air Margaritaville, The Premier Jimmy Buffet Band Tribute Band!!
Check out the APCC at the 2014 Sterling Heights Memorial Day Parade
2014 HERITAGE QUEEN NICOLE BELLER
Nicole is the 18 year old daughter of Arnold and Christine Beller of Sterling Heights, MI. Nicole attends Wayne State University, Majoring in Biochemistry/Honors, Pre-Med and is an alumni of Zajączek Dance Ensemble.
2014 HERITAGE PRINCESS CLAIRE DIVEN
Claire is the 17 year old daughter of Kurt & Julie Diven of South Lyon, MI. Claire will be graduating from South Lyon East High School and is accepted at MSU. She will be seeking a career in Cinemoatography. Claire is also a member of the Zajączek Dance Ensemble.
The American Polish Century Club, A.P.C.C., is an ethnic social and cultural organization. Its purpose is to preserve the Polish culture and promote unity among peoples of Polish descent and their descendants.
The American-Polish Century Club, Incorporated of Sterling Heights, Michigan is a fraternal, non-profit, non-partisan and non-sectarian organization established to cultivate fellowship amongst its members and serve as an instrument through which strength and unity may be assembled to achieve the expressed desires and aims of the membership. The mission statement includes:
- To conduct activities that preserve and promote our Polish heritage and inspires pride in our Polish history, customs and traditions.
- To conduct activities that bring about civic and social improvements to the community.
- To conduct activities of common interest for its members.
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