BG Casimir Pulaski Day
Illinois celebrates Pulaski Day on March 6 to honor Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski, who played a crucial role in the American Revolution. Join the annual celebration of his life at PMA-online to learn more about his legacy and Poland's contribution to America's defeat over Great Britain.
Happy Birthday Mikolaj Kopernik
This Sunday February 19 the world will stop to observe the 550th anniversary of the birth of Nicholaus Copernicus - the Polish astronomer who stopped the Sun and moved the Earth as our Polish saying goes!
Pearl Harbor Day
December 7 we commemorate the American Heroes who defended our US Navy Pacific fleet base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
St. Nicolaus day
St. Nicolaus - the only visible evidence of his life and legacy is the magnificent basilica of St. Nicholas in Bari.
Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting
Summer and Fall are for harvest, and winter is for resting. Summer farming season theme in PMA Painting.
Beautiful unveiling anniversary of Batowski’s “Pulaski at Savannah”
During summer vacation, when we joyfully indulge in the pleasures of the sun and holiday air, we commemorate the exceptional anniversary of the unveiling of the centerpiece of the PMA’s Great Hall. The oil painting, dated 1931, was unveiled at the Art Institute of Chicago on July 10, 1934, by
Saints Peter and Paul Feast
Both are considered co-founders of the Christian community in Rome - today is the Feast Day of Apostles Peter and Paul.
World Refugee Day – June 20
We recall the plight and suffering of millions of women, children and the elderly throughout the world whose lives were terribly impacted by sometimes natural disasters, most often however by armed conflicts.
Birthday commemoration of the late Stephen Kusmierczak Sr.
Mr. Stephen Kusmierczak Sr. was born on May 23, 1926 in Poland. In 2011, Stephen Kusmierczak Jr. together with his mother, Elizabeth Ann Kusmierczak ceremoniously opened the Fine Arts Gallery in honor of his parents.
78 Anniversary of Polish Victory Battle at Monte Cassino
May 18, 1944, marks a very special day for WWII history-the Polish 2 Corps broke the German defensive lines and opened the road for the Allies to liberate Rome from German occupation