Happy International Women’s Day!

On March 8, we honor the strength, resilience, and brilliance of women around the world. From scientists and artists to activists and everyday heroes, your impact is immeasurable.

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PMA Welcomes Halina Bielowicz as a New Life Member

The Polish Museum of America is thrilled to welcome Ms. Halina Bielowicz as our newest life member! Not only has Ms. Bielowicz joined our museum family, but she has also graciously donated an article to our Archives, that unveil a fascinating chapter in history - Ms. Bielowicz served as an

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Pulaski Day 2024 Celebration

Thank you for making Pulaski Day at the Polish Museum of America a phenomenal success! Distinguished figures and honored speakers commemorated the legacy of Casimir Pulaski and celebrated the enduring ties between Poland and the United States. Heartfelt thanks to all who contributed, including our generous donors and sponsors. Stay

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Happy International Writers’ Day!

On March 3, we celebrate the power of words, the beauty of literature, and the defenders of freedom of speech around the world.

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St. Ferdinand Polish School Visits PMA

March 2 was a record-breaking day at the Polish Museum of America! We were honored to host 150 enthusiastic students from St. Ferdinand Polish School, making it the largest school group visit this year!

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Celebrate Pulaski Day with the PMA!

Join us in celebrating Pulaski Day at the Polish Museum of America on March 4th, 2024 at 10 AM! While the event will be closed to the public, we're thrilled to invite you to join the virtual program at [the live broadcast will be available on the museum's home page]

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National Day of Remembrance for the ‘Cursed Soldiers’ in Poland

Today, on the National Day of Remembrance of the "Cursed Soldiers" in Poland, we honor the brave souls who stood unwavering in their pursuit of freedom and independence. March 1st marks the anniversary of the execution of seven officers from the organization "Wolność i Niepodległość" ("Freedom and Independence") in a

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Celebrating Chopin’s 214th Birthday and Musical Legacy

Happy Birthday to Fryderyk Chopin! Today, we celebrate the 214th anniversary of the birth of the legendary composer and pianist, born on March 1, 1810. The exact birth date of Fryderyk Chopin is shrouded in mystery, with conflicting records suggesting either February 22 or March 1. In light of this

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PRCUA Michigan State Ball Honorees Class of 2024 Supports PMA

We extend our sincere appreciation to the Vice-President of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Micheline Jaminski and PRCUA Michigan State Ball Honorees Class of 2024 for their $250 contribution to the Polish Museum of America.

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Czesław Miłosz Polish School Explores Polish Heritage at the PMA

The Polish Museum of America had the pleasure of hosting the students from Czesław Miłosz Polish School located in Schaumburg! Their mission to teach Polish language, history, and geography, while fostering a deep connection to Polish culture, truly resonated with our museum's values.

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