Casimir Pulaski Days 2023March 5- March 12
Casimir Pulaski Days is an event sponsored by Promote Pulaski, Inc – a 501c3 non-profit organization whose mission is to promote history, education, tourism, and business in and around Pulaski, Wisconsin. This year celebrating 10 years.
Casimir Pulaski Days 2023
2023 Casimir Pulaski Days Happenings ~ Celebrating 10 Years!
The famous local band, the Maroszek Bros will be leading the music at Assumption BVM Catholic Church on Sunday, March 5th, at 10:30 a.m. Mass. All are invited for a morning of worship with a Polka Mass.
The Mollie B’s Casimir Birthday Party Celebration, March 5th at 6:30 p.m. Watch our events for a link to the virtual party. If you have a business and would like to sponsor Mollie, 2023 is your chance. Watch for details. REQUEST A SONG FOR SOMEONE HERE!
On Wednesday, March 8th – Learn all about Poland, then and now from Polish resident & expert Malgosia at the Cobblestone Hotel. Then enjoy an authentic Polish treats afterward, with a special “Casimir Pulaski” drink menu.
Calling all musicians to our FAMOUS JAM SESSION at Wicka’s Bar in Pulaski, Wisconsin. If you can play an instrument or if you just enjoy polka music, you don’t want to miss it – on Friday afternoon, March 10th from 2 to 6 pm.
Celebrating 10 years…a $10,000 1st place – Cash Raffle. Promote Pulaski is currently selling tickets. $100 per ticket, only 300 tickets sold. Second Place $2500, Third $1000 – and more! Winner pulled at the Big Casimir Dance.
On Saturday, March 11th from 3pm-5pm, bring your concertinas and accordions to barter, trade sell in Pulaski, WI at the Concertina & Accordion Swap Meet.
Listen to the sounds of Main Squeeze, a polka band from Minnesota. Featured at Scolly’s Hometown Historic Ball Room from 7 to 11 p.m. at the “Big Casimir Pulaski Dance”. At 8 pm we will pick the $10,000 Winner.
Join us on Thursday, March 9th for a Movie at the Museum. We will have two showtimes of “The Fourth Partition” documentary, and you’ll be able to see the Old Pulaski Theater Display too that was once located in Pulaski, Wisconsin. Popcorn and refreshments provided.
We began celebrating Casimir Pulaski 10 years ago by educating fourth graders in the Pulaski School District, on “The Story of Casimir Pulaski.” Learn more by watching Rock Mannigel, a local historian and retired teacher who is passionate about the history of Pulaski, and who enjoys education our young people. A little history on Casimir Pulaski, a revolutionary war hero that our community is named after. Here’s the first video #1. Here’s video #2.