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The Coat of Arms of Poland
The Coat of Arms of Poland consists of a White Eagle on a red shield. The Eagle is wearing a crown. In Poland, the Coat of Arms is usually called simply White Eagle (Orzeł Biały), and it is always capitalized. MORE...

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Polish School

Our Polish School is a wonderful place for all kids (grand kids) to learn Polish language and traditions. Our students are children from Polish and “mixed” families. The school teaches literacy skills in Polish (reading and writing) and offers a solid grounding in Polish history, culture, and traditions. 
The classes are age appropriate, the atmosphere is very friendly and warm. We invite all parents and grandparents to enroll their children in our school program and join us. The more the merrier!
Please contact Krystyna Gotkowska at (519) 753-2916 or Ryszard Jankowski at (519) 756-0162.

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Did You Know?
Poland's golden age occurred in the 16th century during its union with Lithuania (see "Jagiellon Poland") in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The citizens of Poland took pride in their ancient freedoms and parliamentary system, though the Szlachta monopolised the benefits thereof. Since that time Polish people have regarded freedom as their most important value. Poles often call themselves the Nation of the free people.

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Dance Practice - Hejnal Song & Dance Ensemble - Under the wonderful leadership of Dianne Wdowczyk , and consulting choreographer Ted Zdybal (Bialy Orzel). Membership is open to all (ages 3 to 93). Please call Dianne for further info 519-759-1122 or email czinka@hotmail.com

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