Polish Culture and Traditions Strong in Adelaide South Australia

DSC_8572Gosia and Ray Hill attended (along with 500+ other spectators) the performance and dinner dance organized at Dom Polski Centre http://dompolski.com.au/ by the Adelaide Folklore Ensemble TATRY, http://www.tatry.org.au/ showcasing the Polish Highlands, the Tatry Mountains from which the group proudly takes their name.  The evening was a resounding success, with dancing, glorious food, including traditional sausages, bigos (sour kraut), small goods, delicious breads, smalec (speck) and pickles as well as Polish vodka, beers and bottomless soft drinks, cakes, tea and coffee.  A night to remember!  Congratulations to the organizers and the TATRY performers.  https://www.facebook.com/TatryAdelaide  It was fantastic to se Dom Polski buzzing with the voices, steps and energy of hundreds of  fun-loving people, especially the young generation of POLES connected to Poland through blood, family or friendships.

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