“This free festival is held to celebrate the summer solstice and features Polish folk music, dancing, and wreath making, fun for the whole family.”

From The Polish American Arts Association:

“It has been two years since we were last able to get together and celebrate the Polish midsummer solstice tradition but we are now more than ready to see everyone back to the National Mall at the Wianki – Festival of Wreaths

Saturday, June 26, 2021
6:00 – 10:00 pm
Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

Dances from various regions of Poland performed by folk ensembles in beautiful costumes

Music and singing throughout the evening by the Brothers-in-Law Band with Stasia Skrypczuk

Special performance by Laura Kafka-Price

Program will include the presentation of 2021 PAAA Scholarships.

Come join in the festivities.

Please note: Fully vaccinated people (at least two weeks past vaccination date) are not required to wear masks. Unvaccinated Individuals over the age of two years old are required to wear masks, when a distance of 6 feet or more is not possible, unless actively eating or drinking in all park areas (indoor and outdoor) administered by the National Park Service.”

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