Taste of POLONIA– Copernicus Center, 5216 W Lawrence, Chicago, ToPchicago.org We took public transportation but there is free street parking and a parking lot for $20.
Q-Tips Say: Go and enjoy! We found free tickets in the newspaper and used them. Great Food, Music, Entertainment, a lot for the little ones to do and keep them busy. All kinds of Polish food and a few booths that were not, just in case you are not a fan of this cuisine. This year it seemed a tad smaller than before and more advertisement booths and no arts/craft booths:( Had a great day and make sure you go to the Copernicus Bldg. (air conditioned) and see the dancers (check the schedule). Mrs. Q says: Especially loved the little dancers (probably pre-school thru kindergarten) they made people laugh and did a good job. The older dancers were excellent. Before the dancers began there was a movie about the rich history and the different towns of Poland. Yup, you bet your dupa we enjoyed it!
Mrs. Q says: Who stole my kieshka? Oh, it was Johnny! Only the Polish people would come up with a polka named “Who stole the kieshka?”