Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, and Fish on Friday are just around the corner.
Come celebrate with us on Saturday, February 10th from 5PM – 8PM with some great polish food including paczki, kielbasa, kapusta and our hand-made pierogi. (That’s Polish donut, sausage, sauerkraut and pierogi) Dance the polka to a live bad and just let loose. $12 for adults. Click here for details.
Friday, February 9th we will have our Golumpki (cabbage rolls) special. Come early as there is a limited supply.
We are building up our staff for the Lenten season to get you seated, served, and smiling this Lenten season. Start by coming on Ash Wednesday 4:30-8:00 PM.
WE ARE OPEN ASH WEDENSDAY.
I hope you had a joyful holiday season. We shared the Oplatek wafer at our celebration.
Two things going on this January!
Friday, January 12th we will have our Golumpki (Cabbage Roll) special at our Friday Fish Fry. Come early so you don’t miss out. Next Golumpki special will be the 2nd Friday in February.
Monday, January 15th is our Polish Spaghetti Dinner starting at 5PM. Get your tickets at the door.
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Did you miss out on our Cabbage rolls or do you call them Golabki, Golumpki, Stuffed Cabbages or Pigs in the Blanket? We made 25% more for this year’s festival but still ran out.
I am excited to say we are having them as a dinner special during our Friday Fish Fry on the 2nd Friday of December, January and February. So come this Friday to get yours.
Our volunteers will be in the stores getting all those deals, so we will not be open for the fish fry on Black Friday. But check us out all other Fridays especially December 8th for our Golumpki special. We sold out of our Golumpki (Cabbage rolls) during our Polish Festival, so we will have a Golumpki special the 2nd Friday in December, January and February. Then lent starts and that means no Golumpki on Fridays.
Club members be sure to check out the NEW Members Page to keep up on what is happening at the club. December is a fun, busy month.
We made 35% more Gołąbki, or Golumpki or to most of us, cabbage rolls and we still ran out. But we had plenty of Pierogi and Kielbasa. Thanks to all who attended and special thanks to all who volunteered. As with any event we learned a few things to make next year even better. New this year were the Polish beer flights where you could select 4 of the 7 Polish beers. That is a definite keeper for next year.
Before the festival started, Fr. Andrew Panek from Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Cleveland lead a blessing in Polish for the festival, the volunteers and the food. Our prayers were answered and we had a full house. We had to add tables in the pool table room and on the dance floor. But we did have some dedicated polka dancers that toughed out the small space.
The parking lot was full and cars used the grassy area and neighboring business lots for parking. Thank you to Kane sign’s for your use of your lot. Basia brought Polish candies for each table along with educational tid-bits about our Polish heritage.
Check out some photos from the event.
For a limited time, you can purchase on Friday evenings a dozen frozen cheesy potato pierogies for only $10.
Despite the heat and the Rubber Ducks loosing, 28 of us enjoyed a fun Sunday at the Rubber Ducks ballgame.
The PAC and PRCU are hosting a Polish Spaghetti Dinner at the PAC on August 21 from 5PM to 8PM. Get your tickets early at the PAC bar during any Friday Fish Fry.
Welcome to the new PACC website. We are more than just a Polish Club. We have a fish fry every Friday, not just during lent but all year round. In the fall we will host the annual Polish Festival. We recently had our Golumpkis on the Friday menu as a special and we plan other special so check our site or just come in. We recently had a Father’s Day Breakfast with a Bloody Mary Bar.
Here is what is happening at the PACC in July & August:
July 30 (Sunday) 4PM Monthly Meeting
August 21 (Monday) 5PM to 8PM Spaghetti Dinner
August 27 (Sunday) 4PM Monthly Meeting