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  • 1 June 2017

    Come on June 10th to Celebration Square in Mississauga between 12 pm to 11 pm and have a whale of a time celebrating 150 years of Canada in grand Polish style! Mississauga Polish Day is the right place to be this Summer if you love Poland. Incredible dancers, delicious food and amazing music will make you have a barrel of fun.

    Join us on Saturday for a full day of attractions at the Main Stage and Noel Ryan Auditorium inside the library. We will be screening great movies, hosting amazing guests and artists and having a great time with a plenty of polish music. 


    Come to see:


    Romantic comedy “Singles Planet” (Polish: Planeta Singli) with top Polish actors Maciej Stuhr  and Agnieszka Więdłocha. He is one of the top celebrities in the country: a fast-talking TV host, who can joke his way out of any situation. Women want to be with him, men want to be like him. He is looking for a new topic to discuss in his popular talk-show. She is a teacher at a musical school - a timid girl looking for Mr. Perfect on an internet dating site. He will help her realise her potential and teach her how to recognise various types of men for what they are, she will teach him what real life is about. The show will become a huge hit. It seems they are destined to fall in love and be together, but one day she actually does meet Mr. Perfect on the net.


    An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God (Polish: Stara baśń: Kiedy słońce było bogiem) is a 2003 Polish film, directed by Jerzy Hoffman. The film is based on an 1876 novel, Stara baśń, by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski. In 9th-century pre-Christian Poland, the rustic natives have lived peacefully for centuries, tending their land and worshipping the sun god. But when the power-hungry Prince Popiel brings in the Viking army to establish a barbarous and bloodthirsty regime of terror, it is up to one lone warrior, the famed archer Ziemowit (Michal Żebrowski), to lead a peasant uprising and put an end to the bloodshed.


    Meet with:

    Eva Stachniak is the award-winning and internationally bestselling author of five novels. She will read an excerpt from her new book, The Chosen Maiden, at 4:30 PM in the Noel Ryerson Auditorium. Stachniak will also answer audience questions and sign autographs


    Have fun with:

    Novi Singers Choir – European Heritage Choir based in the Polish Community of Greater Toronto Area.




    The Art Studio exhibit in the Glass Pavilion during Polish Day, to view collections from notable Polish-Canadian visual artists. The exhibit has been curated by Mariola Wojcik and will feature the following artists: Judyta Bil, Painter & Sculptor, Joanna Galant, Photographer, Elizabeth (Elka) Kawala, Painter.

    More info:


    Click to download a detailed program


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