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2011 Lagrange Street Polish Festival

Posted Feb 9th, 2011 by Linda Detrick-Jaegly  Category: Events, Toledo.com

 

2011 LAGRANGE STREET POLISH FESTIVAL: July 8, 9 and 10

Toledo’s Polish Village celebrates its heritage and showcases its central business district with the city’s largest street festival – attracting over 25,000 visitors last year. The festival features the finest polka bands from across the Midwest, a variety of Polish food and delicacies, plenty of Polish (Pivo) and American beer, soft drinks and bottled water, a polka dance contest on Sunday at 5 pm, a pierogi-eating contest on Saturday at 6 pm, a children’s area with rides and games, and arts and craft vendors from across the region. Admission is $4, Golden Buckeye card holders $3, $3 on Sunday, and children 8 and under free.

Set your GPS for 3106 Lagrange Street, Toledo, Ohio, 43608, and you’ll end up at the main gate.

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One Response to “2011 Lagrange Street Polish Festival”

  1. Josi Says:

    Thanks for the info for the Lagrange Street Polish Festival, we marked our calendars and will spread the word.

    Would like to know when Paczki’s are being sold on Lagrange Street. These are the BEST EVER!!!!! Also, would like to know if you would consider selling Pierogi’s so we can pick some up when we come to get out Paczki’s?

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