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Updated: Sep 13, 2021

One World Day festivities happened on Sunday, August 29, 2021. After a year of distancing, social and physical, all groups parading and spectators were brimming with excitement. Even the heavy at times rain did not deter artists or audiences from socializing and watching the performances. It was apparent that culture and diversity are necessary for great entertainment and emotional well being of our grater Cleveland area. Please check out our gallery.

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Moving moments, smiles, hugs and tears of joy. This Saturday, August 7th 2021 the John Paul II Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland, Ohio unveiled the "Eagles" monument by the late Polish artist sculptor Andrzej Pitynski. The John Paul II Polish American Cultural Center also celebrated the 20th anniversary of its founding. The celebration included artistic program prepared by the JPIIPACC volunteers and a banquet for all guests. Among the guests Centrum hosted Adrian Kubicki - Consul General of the Republic of Poland in New York, Anna Maria Anders - Ambassador of Poland to Italy and daughter of Polish General Władysław Anders. Representing the 9th district of Ohio, U.S. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur. Andrzej Pitynski was represented by Mrs.Claire Brown and son Michał. The event was possible thanks to many volunteers who contributed their talents to artistic performances, culinary mastery and making all guest welcome. THANK YOU!


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will be unveiled at the John Paul II Polish American Cultural Center in Cleveland on Saturday, August 7th 2021.

John Paul II Polish American Cultural Center will be celebrating 20th anniversary of its founding on Saturday, August 7th 2021. The celebration will be combined with unveiling of monument "Eagles" by late Polish artist Andrzej Pityński. The celebration will be attended by Polish Ambassador to Italy, Anna Maria Anders, U.S. Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur and Consul General of Republic of Poland hon. Adrian Kubicki. Doors will be open at 3PM, artistic program will start at 4PM, the monument unveiling will be at 4:45PM and dinner will be served at 5:15PM Dinner cost is $100 per person. Admission for the monument ceremony is free. JPIIPACC is located at 6501 Lansing Ave. Cleveland, OH 44105

Anna Maria Anders is no stranger to Cleveland, Ohio. She visited here in September of 2018 you can check out our gallery from her visit here

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