Concert by Polish Pianist Krystian Tkaczewski

Hailed as "Polish Virtuoso"( by Kosciuszko Foundation) Krystian Tkaczewski is pursuing his splendid piano career in the USA, Asia and Europe. He had his triumph in having a Carnegie Hall Debut in April 2007.  Anthony Aibel(critic of New York Concert Review) wrote among others: Tkaczewski was elegant, showed in-depth knowledge, played with passion, showed power-house technic. His reading of Rachmaninov and of Prokofiev was excellent.  Szymanowski was exquisitely shaped, showing lovely shadings and contrasts of dynamics.  He showed devotion and natural affinity for music of his homeland.

Polonia Art Show

The Polish Arts Club of Buffalo is sponsoring an art show this autumn!

The show, featuring artists of Polish Heritage will offer an interesting mix of paintings, drawings, photography and multimedia exhibits by some new and established artists. 

Annual Installation Luncheon of Officers and Board Members

Annual Installation Luncheon of Officers and Board Members


Sunday, February 3, 2013
Gregor’s Garden Grove, 3270 Clinton St., West Seneca, NY 14224

1 PM – Social Hour   
1:45 PM – Installation of newly elected Officers and Board Members
2 PM – Dinner (Family Style)                                                                                                                                 

After dinner we will present the Polish Arts Club of Buffalo Scholarship Foundation Awards to the 2012 winners. They are:

US Presidents' Links to Poland and Polish Americans

 US Presidents' Relationships with Polonia

Presentation by: Martin Nowak

     Polish Arts Club member Martin Nowak will present a program entitled, “The Presidents and Poland:  US Presidents' Links to Poland and Polish Americans”, at the club's monthly meeting Wednesday, December 12.  The program will begin at 7:30 PM and it will be held at the Harlem Road Community Center, 4255 Harlem Road, Snyder. 

The Polish Room at Lockwood Library

Sunday, November 18, 2012 at 2pm

Members &  Friends Polish Arts Club of Buffalo

     The Polish Arts Club of Buffalo will hold  a program on Sunday, November 18 at 2 PM in 223 Lockwood on the SUNY Buffalo North Campus.

     The purpose of the meeting will be to meet and greet Rose Orcutt, BFA, MLS, who became the new curator of the university libraries’ Polish collection a year ago, succeeding Jean Dickson who retired.

Annual Wigilia and Oplatek

The Polish Arts Club of Buffalo cordially invites you to the......


Sunday, December 09, 2012

Millennium Hotel
2040 Walden Ave.
Cheektowaga, NY 14225

1 pm Social ( Cash Bar)

1:45pm Dinner

Entertainment will be provided by Mary Beth Wrobel.

Chinese Auction and 50/50 Raffle will be held.


Tickets:  $30

Children under 17:  $23.50

Contact:  Mrs. Elzbieta Grabowska

Please respond by November 30, 2012

Mass for the living and deceased members of the Polish Arts Club of Buffalo

Mass for the living and deceased members of the Polish Arts Club of Buffalo.
Sunday, October 28, 2012, 11 a.m.
Assumption Church, 435 Amherst St., Buffalo, NY
Chopin Singing Society will peerform
See the many sgraffiti murals of artist Jozef Slawinski in the church sanctuary.
Short explanation of murals will take place after Mass for those interested.
Continental breakfast will be served.  Reservations required. Monetary donation requested for the breakfast.
Help celebrate the 125th anniversary of Assumption Parish.

East Side Neighborhood of Former Times


7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May, 15, 2012
Harlem Road Community Center
4255 Harlem Rd, Amherst
Members: Free; Non-members: $5 donation
Contact: Charles Peszynski
(716) 631-3717


East Side Neighborhood of Former Times

Presentation by: Peter Jablonski

     Peter Jablonski will present a program on Buffalo's East Side Polish neighborhood of former times at the monthly meeting of the Polish Arts Club Wed., Sep. 19.

Annual Biesiada

Honoring Dr. Thomas Witakowski, Music Director of the Chopin Singing Society and Professor of Music at Buffalo State Collage 

6 PM
$30 per person
Reservations and Information, Elzbieta Grabowska, 716-668-1326

Unique Polish Dolls

Presentation by:  Kathleen Rumfola

International Doll Artist and Polish -American Decorative Painter Kathleen Fliss Rumfola is the maker of heirloom, hand painted, cloth Matryoshka marketed under the name of Artfully Elegant Folk Dolls.