The Polish Constitution Weekend was held in Parma, Ohio on May 6-7, 2023. The event was a celebration of the May 3, 1791, Constitution of Poland, which was the first written constitution in Europe.
The weekend kicked off on Friday with a Polish Happy Hour at Rookies Sports Bar & Grill. The event featured food, drinks, music, and games. On Saturday, there was a mass at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church followed by a Polish festival in the Unity Catholic Federal Credit Union parking lot. The festival featured ethnic vendors, a polka band, folk dancers, and food trucks.
The highlight of the weekend was the parade on Sunday. The parade was led by the Polish American Congress-Ohio Division and the Parma Polish Village. This year, the parade Marshall was Marta Liscynesky-Kelleher the president of the United Ukrainian Organizations of Ohio a great friend and supporter of Polonia.
Other Polish organizations from the Greater Cleveland area also participated in the parade. The parade was a celebration of Polish culture and heritage.
The weather was perfect for the weekend, with sunny skies and warm temperatures. The turnout was also great, with thousands of people attending the events. The Polish community in Parma came together to celebrate their heritage and to show their solidarity with other Eastern European nations.
The Polish Constitution Weekend is a tradition that has been going on for many years. It is a way for the Polish community in Parma to celebrate their heritage and share it with the rest of the community. The event is also a way to show support for Poland and other Eastern European nations.