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Polish Festival at Federation Square 2012

Polish Festival at Federation Square 2012

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Press release for the 2012 Polish Festival @ Federation Square
Press release for the 2012 Polish Festival @ Federation Square

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Published by: Mateusz Buczko on Feb 04, 2012
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Polish Festival
@ Federation Square
 
Bringing a Taste of Poland to Melbourne
Sunday 18 November 2012
 
Organising Committee of the
 
Polish Festival @ Federation Square
 
A committee established by thePolish Community Council of Victoria IncABN: 53 793 599 879GPO Box 1123MELBOURNE VIC 3001
www.polishfestival.com.au
Telephone 03 9629 8277Fax 03 9629 8377Emailexecutive@pccv.org.au 
 
Polish Festival @ Federation Square Partners:
The BlumFoundation
Consulate General of theRepublic of Polandin Sydney
Polish Festival 
@
Federation Square Sunday, 18 November 2012 10:00am 
 –
5:00pm 
In an article dated 19 November 1882, the
New York Times 
declared
Poles are extraordinarilyhospitable, they entertain without a grudge. The Poles are fond of gayety, of amusement, ofsociety; they love pleasure in all
its bright and charming forms.”
 
130 years on it’s safe to saynothing’s changed, and the Polish Festival @ Federation Square is a shining testament to
everything the prominent newspaper claimed, showcasing Polish culture and hospitality in away sure to delight everyone in attendance and leave them wanting more.
Now in its eighth year, the festival has grown to become one of Melbourne’s biggest and best
-
loved cultural events, and it’s easy to see why. Whether you’re a lady with an eye for fashion
and jewellery, or just a bloke who loves a snag and a beer, the festival makes welcomeeveryone interested in trying something different and seeing something new. While ourmulticultural city is renowned for its variety of crafts and cuisines from around the world, Polishculture still remains somewhat exotic and unfamiliar
 –
but discovering it, as scores ofMelburnians do every year on the third Sunday of November, is immensely rewarding.This year will see a return of t
he festival’s tried and tested formula –
plenty of delicious food,
cold beverages, dancing and musical performances, a children’s area and unique, high
-qualitymerchandise
 –
 
along with a range of new and exciting things in store, which you’ll just have to
come along to experience! Last year saw a record 60,000 people enjoy a bit of Polish festivespirit in the sun
 –
 
if you haven’t yet, don’t miss it this year at Federation Square on
Sunday, 18November 2012.
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