We are confident you have been staying safe and healthy. Now is the time to come visit us again. We missed seeing everyone especially during the Lenten fish fries. Carry out just was not the same.
We are open for dine-in Fridays starting May 22. We are serving food at 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM. We are still accepting carry out orders and the bar is open. We are following the CDC protocols. We encourage you to wear a mask except while you are eating or drinking when seated.
Join us on Sunday February 23rd from 4 to 8 PM for our Polish Mardi Gras Celebration. Enjoy Polish food including, Kielbasa, Kraut, Halushki (Cabbage & Noodles), Pierogi and Paczki (Polish donut) for dessert. Coffee and Tea all for $12 per adult and $6 per child. Cash Bar. Try some Polish beer or Polish vodka
In December 2019 the PAC brought back the members children Christmas breakfast. Pancakes, sausage, eggs, potatoes, milk, and juice were served. (Coffee for the parents/grandparents) There was color a hat, decorate your own cookies (with edible markers), a Polish spider play and of course Santa showed up. It all wound up with an ornament exchange. Check out the photos. 2019 Children’s Christmas breakfast.
The PAC would like to wish every family a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We have added several events in November and December so we have moved the Social to January 4th for members. We will celebrate the new year as a Polish Community.
We are bringing back the Children’s Christmas Party. It will be a breakfast Saturday, December 21 from 10 until noon. It is free to members children and grandchildren from 1 to 15 years of age. I hear Santa will be stopping by and we have activities for all ages. There will be a child ornament swap. So if a child wants one, bring one to share (~$5 value) Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, milk, and juice. If you plan to participate, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the members name and number of children that will attend.
Before you get into the Turkey, mashed potato, and cranberries mode, join us for some of Lenny’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce along with meatball, salad, bread, dessert and coffee or tea. Monday November 18, 2019 at the PAC 472 E Glenwood Avenue, Akron. $9 for adults and $4 for Children. 4:30 to 7:30 PM.
Mark you calendars for Saturday September 28 from 5 PM till 10 PM. Of course we will have golabki, pierogi, kielbasa, halushki and kapusta. If you are not up on your Polish foods that is stuffed cabbages, filled dumpling, sausage, cabbage ‘n noodles, and sauerkraut. Plus great desserts will be available.
$5 cover charge to cover the band. Dance to live Polka music. Food is ala cart and of course we will have a full bar including our Polish Beer Flights. Try your luck at our basket auction or 50/50 drawing.
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Dennis A. Siwik, 79, died Sunday, August 11, 2019, following a nine-month battle with leukemia.
Dennis “Denny” was a life-long bachelor. He was preceded in death by his parents, Nick and Anne Siwik, and his older brother, Richard. He is survived by Barbara Siwik, his sister-in-law, Mark Siwik (wife Lori), Gary Siwik, Lisa Siwik and John Siwik, his nephews and niece, and his great-niece and great-nephew, Melissa and Maxwell Siwik.
Denny was born on May 14, 1940, in Akron, Ohio. He was a proud graduate of Archbishop Hoban High School (class of 1959). Denny retired from The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company and the Ohio National Guard.
Denny led a full life that revolved around family, friends, and his numerous passions which included the parish community of St. Bernard, the Polish American Citizens Club of Akron, and the Cleveland Indians (long-time season ticket holder). Denny was an accomplished bowler. He collected jukeboxes and loved barbershop music. He belonged to the Akron Derbytown Chorus and The Men of Independence chapters of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Denny also belonged to the Knights of Columbus, Council #3410.
The family will receive friends on Wednesday, August 21 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Hummel Funeral Home, 500 E. Exchange St., in Akron, where the Knights of Columbus Council #3410 will pray the Rosary at 6:30 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday at 10 a.m. at St. Bernard Catholic Church, 44 University Ave., in Akron. Interment will follow at Northlawn Memorial Gardens, 4274 State Road in Peninsula. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Dennis Siwik (class of 1959) may be made to Archbishop Hoban High School, 1 Holy Cross Blvd., Akron, OH 44306.
Join us for our first Road Rally or just come for dinner, but by your tickets now. Road Rally is Saturday, August 24th at 2PM. What is a Road Rally? Our Polish Road Rally will have a Mexican theme. Cars containing 2 to 3 people will head out and follow instructions, collect clue, answer some riddles, and end up at the Polish Club for a Mexican feast. This is not a race. Cars will be released one at a time. Start and stop times are recorded. You get points for answering clues correctly and coming in at the ideal time. If you race or speed and come in too soon, you are penalized. If you just want dinner, come for that too at 4:30. Either way it is $12. You must purchase your ticket ahead of time to participate in the Road Rally portion. You will be given your starting point before the Rally. I almost forgot to mention there are several parts on the Rally where you can or must get out of the car and there happens to be a restroom near by. If you are interested, purchase your ticket at the bar any evening by Thursday August 22.
Oh Yeah! No use of cell phones or electronic devices during the Rally. ONE may be on board in case of a 911 emergency or a call back to the PAC to get you back on track IF you get lost. This should be easy enough for first time Ralliers but challenging enough for others.
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Don’t cook in that hot kitchen in this heat. Let someone else do the cooking and serving. Enjoy Spaghetti, meatballs, bread, salad, dessert, coffee or tea for just $9 and $4 for children. Lenny is cooking his secret recipe again. Cash bar with cold Polish beers and vodkas.
You thought the Polish Murder Mystery Dinner last year was fun. Try our Western Murder Mystery Dinner. Come dressed in your western attire and be part of the posse and determine the murderer. Dinner includes cowboy beef stew, cast-iron skillet cornbread, pepper salad, appetizer, dessert and coffee/tea. Drink out of a cowboy boot. (It’s not as bad as it sounds) Doors open at 5PM and action starts at 5:30. Expect to spend 3 hours of laughter, drinking and gun slinging. No real guns nor spitting permitted. Get your tickets ahead of time to reserve preferred seating.
Oh yeah pardner it is Saturday June 29th at the Polish American Citizens Club. You can get your tickets any night , Monday thru Friday. Just ask the bartender.