Schedule of Events
Sunday, February 28, 2021 - Casimir Celebration Kick-off
ABVM Polka Mass with the Maroszek Bros.
10:30 a.m. Mass
Booyah Social and Pie Auction To Go Following
Monday, March st - Wine & Dine Event with Polish Cooking Demo
Wine & Dine with Polish Demo/Dish
Demonstration by authentic culinary cooks
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Demonstration starts at 6:00 p.m. Includes two glasses of wine and a Polish entree (to be determined).
Raffles and prizes. Polish display by local artist Maria Deau. Music and fun.
$45 per person
Advanced Registration required – limited to only 25 people. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for questions
Tuesday, March 2nd - Taco's & Trivia Event
Taco’s & Trivia Fun in Pulaski
Casimir Trivia & More
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Drink Specials & More
Wednesday, March 3rd - Casimir @ the Cobblestone
Open Mic Night @ the Cobblestone Hotel
Prizes and fun for all!
6 pm to 9 pm
Thursday, March 4th - Karaoke @ the Mountain Bay Bar & Grill
Karaoke @ Mountain Bay Bar & Grill
Prizes and fun for all!
6 pm to 9 pm
Mountain Bay Bar & Grill in Pulaski.
Friday, March 5th - Downtown PolkaTown
The Famous Polish Musician Jam Session!
Musicians from around the country stop in at Wicka’s in the afternoon for a polka jam. This is what has put Wicka’s bar on the map. Bernie and Joanie are always excited to have these talented musicians stop in a play their hearts out in Pulaski, Wisconsin.
Standing room only, so get there early.
Polish Jam Session at Wicka’s Bar 2-6
Calling all Musicians….The funnest part of Casimir Pulaski Days!
Polka Dance at Cocktails in Pulaski
BAND to be determined.
PDance 7 – 11 – $10 cover charge Adults (under 16 free)
Saturday, March 6th - Historic Bus Tours and Polka Dancing the historic Zielinski's Ballroom
Pulaski Historic Bus Tour #1
9:30 a.m.- 11:30 am (Behind Zielinski’s Ballroom)
Bus Tour #1 (Morning – Village of Pulaski)
Period: 1880 -1920 – $10/person
Please join us for a “Historic Tour Of The Town”, a look back at the early years of Pulaski from the mid 1880s to 1920. Our morning bus trip on March 7th with begin with the beautifully constructed Zielinski’s Ballroom and Tavern, with a telling of this building’s vibrant history. From there we will look at more of historic downtown Pulaski touching sites such as Kolocheski’s Saloon (Classic’s), Segall’s Annex & Department Store, Joseph LeFerve’s Drug Store/Post Office, Kurowski Saloon and Hotel (Rodger’s Corner Club), Anton Glowinski’s Grocery Store (Another Round), and Mierzwa’s store (then the Liberty Bank). From there we will cross St. Augustine Street where you will learn the history of the first White Store (on the site of Brad’s Service Station), the Nunnery (which was moved in its entirety a block away), Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, and the Polish National Church, and the Nsight Riordan home aka the “Old House”. A short slide show will be shown at the house and cupcakes will be given out to celebrate their 110 years in business on March 10th.
Along the way there will be many stories about the early folks of Pulaski and the lives they led (many forthright and perhaps some a little scandalous). Don’t miss the chance to join us for a morning tour of exploration back into our community’s past in our “Historic Tour Of The Town”.
Pulaski Historic Bus Tour #2
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Bus Tour #2 (Afternoon – Angelica, Frazer Corners, Hofa Park, and Laney)
Period: 1860 -1920 – $10/person
On the second bus historic tour “What Happened To Our Booming Towns?” (held on the afternoon of March 7th) we’ll explore the histories of Krakow & several small communities west of Pulaski. We’ll look at Angelica, once a booming hub of commerce with its sawmills, hotels, livery stables, saloons, and more. Why did the railroads take such an interest in this little town, pulling in politicians and tycoons only to abandon it for Pulaski? We have some answers to that. Beyond Angelica we will look at Frazer’s Corners, Hofa Park, and Laney. We’ll discuss the area’s Civil War Veterans including one that rose to become Wisconsin’s 18th governor (William H. Upham). Gold mines in Angelica or Maple Grove? Newspaper men of the early 1870s thought so but in actuality there was only a 2lb lump of copper and a petrified corpse…. Who were the Good Templars and what’s their connection to chewing gum? Who were the “Clumsies”? We’ll take a closer look at Hofa Park and visit one of its historic saloons and stores. There may even be time for a ghost story or two…..
We hope you’ll join us for round two of our historic bus tours on March 7th and leave with more questions than answers. It promises to be exciting and informative for all those that attend our tour “What Happened To Our Booming Towns?”
Dancing at the Historic Zielinski’s Ballroom
Bands to be determined.
Casimir Fundraiser Raffle
Your Chance to Win $1000 and more!
Tickets $20/each – only 250 sold. ($500 2nd place)
Purchase tickets from Dynamic Designs or Casimir Pulaski Days Committee Member
Winner Picked Saturday Night in Pulaski, WI!
Sunday, March 7th - Mass followed by a Polish Hearty Brunch at St. Casimir Church in Krakow
St. Casimir Church in Krakow
9:00 a.m. Mass Celebration – $10/ per person
6-11 $5 per person – 5 and under Free
Delicious Polish Breakfast