Stop by the Polish Gallery to see an amazing colorful print of Casimir Pulaski, a Polish hero and Father of the American Colony in the Revolutionary War. This picture shows him shot during the “Battle of Savannah.”
The Polish Gallery is also home to information on Thaddeus Kosciuszko, who fought to defend West Point during the Revolutionary War.
Visitors can view a portrait of Pope John Paul II and world famous pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski. Displays reveal woodworking artifacts, crystal ware, straw artistry, egg decorating, and paper cutting art work.
Finely crafted wooded picture with intricate wood carvings.
Visit the Polish Gallery 2013 WW II Exhibit
Sun. Nov. 3 Time: 1-4 p.m.
1:30 "Krakowiaczek" youth sing/dance
Speaker Jim Phelps book review:
"Letters from Bermuda"
"Westerplatte" movie, refreshments
Many items are on loan from the Polish Museum of Chicago.
Thank You to St. Stanislaus Church for coordinating this exhibit.
The exhibit will be on display through November 10, 2013.
Lajkonik the beaded man on horse is one of unofficial symbols of the city Krakow, Poland.