What is APCC
The American Polish Century Club ( A.P.C.C. ), is an ethnic social and cultural organization. It’s purpose is to preserve the Polish culture and promote unity among peoples of Polish descent and their descendants. The festival is located in Sterling Heights, MI. This is just a few miles north of Hamtramck, MI. Poles are the second largest ethnic group in Michigan and are a significant part of the history of Detroit. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, Michigan is home to the third largest Polish population after New York and Illinois. The current population of Michigan’s Polish Americans is concentrated in Macomb County. Sterling Heights has become one of the centers of Polonia in Michigan, since their migration from Hamtramck.
Our Upcoming Events
- Paczki Day Tuesday (16 February)Come enjoy Paczki Day Tuesday, February 16th with the American Polish Century Club. Paczki Day also known as Fat Tuesday, is a Polish tradition that has become celebrated by many here in Michigan. What was once a way to consume excess raw ingredients for upcoming lent, is now a local tradition that brings the community […]
- St Patrick’s Day Wednesday (17 March)St Patricks Day is just around the corner so come celebrate St Patrick’s Day the Polish way with the American Polish Century Club. St Patrick’s Day also known as the Feast of St Patrick is a religious and cultural celebration in honor of the eponymous Saints life and eventual passing. So this year trade your […]
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