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Please register by responding to this email ([email protected]) stating the number of guests! PAC Team Please bring your favorite dish/drink to share with others. In case you have not paid your dues yet, it will be a perfect opportunity to do so!
From I-40 E/US-64 E, I-440 W and US-264 E/US-64 E, I-540 take exit to Wilson/ Rocky Mount.2. PAC Team The Polish-American Club of the Triangle cordially invites you to the annual Polish-American May Picnic - Majowka.
If you want to organize this event please sign up in the Sign Up Genius: Be the Organizer of the Culture Booth during International Festival Please respond by April 30th, 2018. WHEN: THURSDAY, March 1 at 7pm WHERE: Sanford School of Public Policy, room 04, 201 Science Drive, Durham Free admission & open to public. Closest visitor parking: Bryan Garage and Bryan Lot.)The Club will provide water, soft drinks, coffee, tea; music and room decorations.Please bring your own beverage and appetizers/food items to share with others.All volunteers will have to participate in the organizational meeting on May 9th, 2018, PMPlease bring your favorite dish/drink to share with others. In case you have not paid your dues yet, it will be a perfect opportunity to do so! Sent by: Paulina Duda, Ph DDuke University Department of Slavic & Eurasian Studie As many of you know our President Jan Krzysztof Teller resigned from his position in Fall 2017.Please register for this event by sending email to: [email protected] Ewa & Janusz graciously agreed to move Happy Hour to Saturday, so that it will not collide with Rafal Blechacz concert on Friday, April 6th! PAC Team WHEN: April 6, 8PMWHERE: Balwin Auditorium, 1336 Campus Drive, Durham NC 27705PROGRAM: Mozart: Rondo in A Minor, K. Stephanie Hurt, our Vice President, is now acting President of the Polish American Club of Triangle (PAC), thus we are seeking candidates to fill in the position of Acting Vice- President of PAC.Please register for this event by sending an email to: [email protected] Team Please bring your favorite dish/drink to share with others. In case you have not paid your dues yet, it will be a perfect opportunity to do so!Please register for this event by sending an email to: [email protected] Team The Polish-American Club of the Triangle cordially invites its Members and Friends tothe Polish Mardi Gras (Ostatki) Party When: Saturday, February 25th, 2017 from PM till AMWhere: Holly Glen, 201 Hollymont Dr., Holly Springs, NC 27540 (in front of the Holly Glen swimming pool)Cost (paid at the door – cash, checks)PAC members (who paid 2017 dues): /person Non-members: /person (perfect opportunity to pay your 2017 dues!Due date for registration is July 15, 2018In addition to spending time with our friendly Hosts and fellow Club Members, you can choose among several attractions that the area can provide: River tubing /per person for 45 min or for 3 hours/person Swimming pool nearby Canoeing; Fishing; Biking; Hiking etc... Food: You will need to bring a food to share with others. The Ambassador wishes to give out a number of awards. Entrance from outside staircase facing library along Hillsborough street Main door will be closed.Sleeping arrangements: Hosts can provide 2 beds; 3 sofas; few air mattresses. Be prepared to sleep in a big common room under your own sleeping bag. We will provide details upon registration We will celebrate Polish Constitution Day with games and outdoor activities (plaiting garlands/plecienie wiankow; Drowning of Marzanna; coloring). No need to RSVP and it is free for all who want to attend! PAC Team WHEN: Tuesday, March 20, 7-9 PMWHERE: NCSU -Main Campus facing Hillsborough Street 2711 Founders Dr, Raleigh, NC 27695 216 Scott Hall (just across from D. Hill Library)Directions: https://edu/#/buildings/sc Scott Hall is facing Hillsborough Street next to D. Please use stairs to go down to open patio and keep going towards open staircase on left site. in plant pathology and biochemistry in Seed Biocontrol, post-doctoral from Cornell University in biocontrol, MBA in finance from the University of Rochester. in Psychology and I already know the bylaw of the club.However, picking up a girl or a boy (podrywanie chłopaka/dziewczyny) in Poland or elsewhere within the bounds of the western culture seems to be more or less the same.It is frequently up to the boy to start the conversation with a fancy or surprising pick-up line, but there have been numerous cases of girls initiating an exchange if they really like the boy.