November is a very important time for Polish culture - to commemorate the recovery of a sovereign state in 1918.

2018-1918=100, which in turn means that it is the 100 year anniversary of their independence. In honor of this, the Polish Community Club of Utica is holding a special 100th Anniversary Celebration and want you to join them for the special day!

The celebration is taking place on Saturday, November 17th at 5 pm at 810 Columbia Street in Utica. Before the celebration, a special mass is being held at Holy Trinity Church at 4 pm, which will be followed by a car procession from the church to the PCC.

You'll enjoy a cocktail hour with hors d'oeuvres, followed by a performance from the Little Poland Dance Ensemble, plus remarks from the General Counsel of Poland, and the President of the Polish American Congress and Poland National Alliance. At 7 pm starts the sit down dinner featuring prime rib and chicken- YUM.

If you're Polish, and/or want to do your part to preserve the culture - this is the kind of event you want to attend.

Tickets are $50 and are available by calling the PCC at 315-732-0089, or by calling Ela Pawlowski at 315-272-9525. The event is adults only and tickets must be purchased in advance.

Take a Saturday and embrace just one of the cultures that makes the Utica area so diverse - while supporting a local organization.