Order your paczki (jelly roll) with filling for Fat Tuesday before Lent starts for February 24, 2019, at the Polish Dinner Dance organized by Dennis/Rose Pachura and Dorothy Walk.
Polish Dinner Dance Paczki Party will be in Sun Lakes Cottonwood Country Club in the ballroom. Music for Dancing provided by “The Classics” John Filipczak Band.
We will have Polish food along with the dessert, a paczki with filling. The menu will be golabki (cabbage rolls), mashed potatoes with cabbage sauce on potatoes or without, fresh kielbasa (Polish sausage), salad, corn, rye bread/butter. Coffee, tea, water if needed, tax, tip, dessert included and music to dance to all for $30.00 per person. Social hour at 5:00 p.m. (you pay for your own bar drinks), meal at 6:00 p.m., dancing at 7:00 p.m. with the “The Classics.”
For tickets and information, contact Dennis/Rose Pachura at 480-802-0775 or Dorothy Walk at 480-292-9920.
Facts and History: Paczki Day, a holiday celebrated in large Polish communities across the United States on Fat Tuesday, revolves around a small, jelly-filled doughnut. Fat Tuesday prior to Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent is one of the most important holidays, and it mainly revolves around eating as many doughnuts as possible, all in the name of good luck. Polish doughnuts are from coast to coast like Chicago, Michigan, all of Ohio, Detroit and Windsor. The crowd follows the Polish bakery in Phoenix for these popular Paczkis. Windsor, Ontario, remains the Canadian capital of paczki.
Drivers in Michigan better get ready to loosen their belts. For Fat Tuesday this year, 108 billboards across the state are tempting motorists to indulge in the twice-fried, pre-Lenten treats called paczkis.
Door prizes! Come join us for a fun time!