This year the Muskegon Polish Festival is back, this two day event is held at Hackley Park at 350 Webster Avenue. And it certainly would not be a Polish Festival without Polka music, dancing and food. This event also offers cultural activities and a Catholic mass.
The fun and food will happen from 11am till 11pm September 3 and 4. It will cost you a whole $5 to get in if you are 21 or older, if you are under 21 it’s free.
Polish food is one of the main attractions, MLive reports
Food vendors include The Polish Girl Catering selling authentic meals like Golumpki stuffed cabbage rolls, pierogies, kielbasa and dill pickle soup. The Pierogi Shack, a Muskegon-based restaurant, will be serving the Polish dumplings, potato pancakes and kapusta kielbasa, a sauerkraut sausage. Other vendors include Sutton Concessions, Yodels Frozen Yogurt, Aloha Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Lumberjill Concessions and Tom Frazee.
The Festival provides a very large wooden dance floor for Polka dancing. There will also be four bands providing live music for the event. The featured bands are John Gora and Gorale, The Maestro's Men, The Boys and Michael Costa and the Beat. You can find a listing of the performance times for the bands here.
After canceling all of their summer events last year Muskegon is planning on bringing back several more of their summer festivals this year. Coming back soon is the Muskegon Summer Wine Up, The Lakeshore Art festival, Rebel Road, Bike Time, Taste of Muskegon, the Unity Christian Music Festival, Great Lakes Surf Festival and the Burning Foot Beer festival. Keep checking back, we'll keep you informed.
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