Speakeasies, Art Deco and Polish fun

Stanisław Ostoja-Chrostowski (1897-1947), Take 3 Days to Explore the Capital, 1933, lithograph Collection of the Polish Museum of America, Chicago

Stanisław Ostoja-Chrostowski (1897-1947), Take 3 Days to Explore the Capital, 1933, lithograph
Collection of the Polish Museum of America, Chicago

Chicago has one of, if not the largest population of Polish, outside of Warsaw. I myself am a American of Polish descent, basically first generation. I cannot speak Polish to save my life, but I can do my best to help get the word out about events that positively promote and benefit Polish Culture. Therefore I'm going to pass on some information that was emailed to me by one of my contacts at the Polish Museum of America (PMA). Note: I've received no monetary contribution for writing this post...not even a free batch of perogi!

Join the Polish Museum of America on November 26 as they travel back in time to the Prohibition-era speakeasy, Untitled. Find your way through large, unmarked doors to enjoy craft cocktails and tasty treats with old and new friends. The evening will showcase unique Polish Art Deco posters from the Museum. A selection of new studio reproductions will be available for purchase to support the care and restoration of the collections of the Polish Museum of America.

When: Tuesday, November 26, 2013, 6-9pm
Where: Untitled, 111 W Kinzie, Chicago

$55 Two alcoholic drinks plus appetizers included. ($25 is tax-deductible)

$90 patron Be recognized as an event sponsor. A one-year membership to the PMA is also included. ($60 is tax-deductible)

Tickets are available through Paypal at www.polishmuseumofamerica.org or click here to register.

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