The 26th Annual Portland Polish Festival invites you, your family, and your friends to experience the food, dance, and music of Poland. Come and celebrate with us!
Enjoy authentic Polish food, live music and dance performances, exhibits about Polish history and culture, activities for children, polka contests and local merchants.
Put on your dancing shoes and come polka with us! Two contests – one for children and another for adults – are held on Saturday and Sunday.
Local and international groups – including Portland’s Sobotka Polish Dancers – perform traditional folk dances, such as the polonez, mazurek and krakowiak.
Local bands, singers and musicians perform at the Festival each year. Listen and dance to some Polish folk, classical, rock and polka music.
Learn about Polish history and culture by stopping by the Special Exhibit inside the Polish Hall Library. This year’s exhibit is about the history of the Polish School in Portland.
Stop by one of the many booths selling Polish-inspired jewelry, arts and crafts, pottery, cookbooks and clothes.
About the Festival
The Portland Polish Festival is the oldest Polish festival in the western United States. Since 1993, the festival has celebrated Polish culture, traditions, and achievements.
- 3900 N Interstate Ave
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