A message from our friends at PASA.
Serdecznie zapraszam na pierwsze spotkanie Polskiego Stolika w Hallowed Grounds jutro o 8.
Tomorrow we will have the first meeting this quarter of Polski Stolik in Hallowed Grounds at 8pm.
A message from our friends at PASA:
We will have our first PASA meeting of the quarter tomorrow at 8pm in Harper 141 (this is a change in location from last quarter). We will be making pisanki (Polish Easter eggs) and enjoying traditional Easter babka.
There will also be information about the CEERES Slavic Cultural Night and elections for the PASA board for next year.
Quo Vadis III is a Polish Leadership Conference organized by the North American Quo Vadis Council, Polish Students Association at the University of Toronto, PISK and YPCPA. The purpose of this very unique event is to create a strong, viable professional and social global network of young Poles.
Quo Vadis III: Tools for Success Conference will take place May 13-15, 2011 in Toronto, Canada. The event is open for students, graduates and yound professionals between the ages of 18 and 35.
More details about this event can be found at QV website:
If interested, please contact Sylvia Badon (email@example.com)
This Saturday, Feb 19th, PASA will be taking a dinner trip to Czerwone Jabluszko, a Polish buffet. We will provide a subsidy as well as transportation. We will leave Hyde Park at6:15pm. Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to come.
Here is a link to the restaurant’s website if you want to take a look:
If you have any questions, please contact Sylvia.
PASA will be meeting this Tuesday at 8 in Harper 150. We will celebrate Andrzejki and do some fun mystic fortune telling activities traditionally associated with this holiday. And, of course, there will be some yummy food!
Also, on December 1st (the Wednesday before reading period) we’ll be hosting a traditional Wigilia (Christmas Eve dinner). Details at the meeting on Tuesday!
Wednesday, December 1 · 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Join PASA (Polish American Students Association) for Wigilia, the traditional Polish Christmas Eve Dinner!
Wigilia is the meal is traditionally eaten on December 24th, when the first star appears in the sky. Oplatek (Christmas wafer) is shared, along with well wishes for the next year, among the guests. The feast is meatless, consisting of soup, fish, pierogi, and other delicious dishes.
Our Wigilia will include oplatek, a variety of traditional dishes, and great company! We look forward to seeing you!