Music, food and entertainment. Polish Fest has it all and you can find it in Syracuse's Clinton Square. Three days of festivities kicked off on Friday. Katie Gibas has more.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- They're dancing in the streets of Syracuse this weekend. Polish Fest is back for its 10th year in Clinton Square. The festival has actually been around for 58 years and they've perfected the art of providing everything Polish.
From kielbasa to pierogies, the food is all there and the entertainment is top notch this year as well, with several Grammy winning performers taking the stage.
Organizers say the festival is a great way to bring recognition to Polish heritage in Central New York.
"We want to be present, we are part of America. We are the Polish community, but definitely we are American, we are all citizens of America," organizer Tad Szyszka said.
Proceeds from the festival will go toward a scholarship fund. There are ten people receiving scholarships this year.
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