Schedule of Events and Times

Where’s Casimir Pulaski Promotion

Visit these fine businesses during the scheduled time, sign up to win prizes and tickets to the dances that will be held on Friday & Saturday. We will be doing a Facebook “Live” Video the last day for each business. Watch and Win!

Country Villa Assisted Living – Feb. 21st-Feb 28th

Nsight/CellcomFeb. 26th – March 5th

Vern’s HardwareMarch 1st – March 8th

Cobblestone-Pulaski – March 2nd-March 9th

March 4th Kickoff Birthday Celebration

This year’s Kick-Off Casimir Celebration will be held at Assumption BVM Catholic Church after 10:30 a.m. mass in St. Francis Hall. A potluck social is being planned after mass with polka music by local musicians and birthday cake in honor of Casimir Pulaski’s Birthday, which is celebrated on October 4th. A special visit from Maria Deau, a local artist will have her Polish Display available for all to see. In addition, there will be tours of the historic church given as well. You don’t want to miss this event.

March 5th – Pulaski Senior Center Fun

On Monday, March 5th, the Pulaski Senior Center holds an event for seniors in the community. Call ahead to confirm your lunch (for a small fee) and an afternoon of The Story of Casimir Pulaski, by local historian Rock Mannigel, Roger & Concertina Rich will perform Polish Music and Fun for all who attend. An event you must not miss. 920-822-8100 to reserve your spot.

March 6th – Meet Casimir @ Dairy Queen

Thanks to Dairy Queen of Pulaski, for sponsoring “Meet Casimir” on Tuesday, March 6th from 4-7pm. A percentage of the sales from this special event will be donated to Promote Pulaski, Inc. (5013c) to help continue and grow the Casimir Pulaski Celebration. Bring the family and meet Casimir.

March 9th – Jam Session @ Wicka’s Bar

Free admission at Wicka’s Bar on St. Augustine Street on Friday, March 9th, is the place you want to be if you are a musician. Bringing back the Good Old Days when musicians would get together and just play. From 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. everyone is welcome to stop in for a beer at Wicka’s to enjoy the entertainment of musicians from Pulaski and around the world.

March 9th – Dance to TNT @ Cocktails in the Evening.

A young and exciting local band, TNT (The Natural Talent) will be playing at Cocktails Bar on Friday Night from 7 – 11 p.m. You don’t want to miss this generation of musicians. $5 Cover charge. Under 18 free of charge. Bring the whole family and have some fun! Dave Kubiak is excited to help sponsor this event.

March 10th – The Largest Pie Auction in US History

The Pulaski Area Historical Society will be hosting this special “live” auction at Zielinski’s Historic Ballroom.  Thanks to Richard Styczynski for auctioneering at the event. 

Bring your pies from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m..  Auction starts at 3:00 p.m.. Pies of all kinds made from local Pulaski area residents. All proceeds from the pie auction will go towards preserving history in Pulaski and surrounding areas.

Make history with us in Pulaski, Wisconsin. If you are interested in bringing a pie for this special event email: 

Bring a pie!

March 10th – The Big Casimir Pulaski Dance

The Historic Zielinski’s Ballroom will hold the MAIN MUSIC EVENT.  Music set to tentatively start around 4:30 p.m. after the pie auction with the NEWCABB (Northeast Wisconsin Concertinas and Button Box Club).

From 5:30 – 6:30 dance to the sounds of the Polka Dynamics!

Starting us off with “The First Dance” are Zander and Helaina Raymakers, dancing to the sounds of Tri-City Drive, a famous band from Chicagoland. They will be performing from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Admission to the dance is $10.  (Under 18 Free, so bring the entire family)  It will be a night to remember for years to come!  Enjoy Polish Sausage and Paczki’s too! 

March 11th – Polka Mass @ ABVM

We will end it where we began, at Assumption Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, for a 10:30 a.m. Polka Mass – Music by the Maroszek Brothers of Pulaski, Wisconsin.

Please join us as we leave in prayer and song, and thank the Lord for week of festivities in Pulaski, Wisconsin.