Pulaski Polka days 2014

Another Pulaski Polka Days festival has come and gone but our memories will last forever! If you would like to share your favorite moments with us to include in our Polka Days Photo Gallery, please email your photos to photos@pulaskipolkadays.com

Pulaski Polka Days is an annual polka festival that lasts four days. Next year the event will be held July 17-20, 2014. Pulaski Polka Days brings thousands of visitors each year from all over the world.

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary
of the Polka as
the Official State Dance in WI

 

Pulaski Polka Days Enterance

Even though the event is only four days, it is a year round planning process by a committee that consists of representatives from eight community non-profit organizations in Pulaski. All of the proceeds are given back to the community of Pulask.

polka days people mover wagon

Pulaski Polka Days provide a People Mover wagon that brings people from the grounds to Zielinski's Indoor Ballroom and back for a small donation. Look for the transportation wagon when you're at Pulaski Polka Days.

Children under 12 are FREE

(Must be accompanied by an adult)

it's all about the music!

Video: Maroszek Brothers PerformingVideo by Joyce Kropewnicki

The Maroszek Brothers polka band is one of the many bands that performed at the Pulaski Polka Days festivities this year. The Maroszek Brothers is the only band that has performed at every Pulaski Polka Days Festivities since the celebration began 35 years ago. The band currently consists of four brothers, a nephew-in-law, brother-in-law and a family friend. The Maroszek Brothers are famous for performing Polka Masses at church events throughout the state.

fun for all ages!

This four day event, for Pulaski, with population of approximately 3,500, Pulaski Polka Days is a big deal for most businesses, schools, churches and organizations.

fun for all ages

In addition to the event at the grounds, including a variety of fun activities for all ages, there are events throughout the entire community that add to the festivities. The event is so huge, that the local police department barricades one of the main streets in the evening of Thursday, Friday and Saturday so patrons have a place to stand.