about 85th Pulaski Parade
85th Annual Pulaski Day Parade, one of the most important celebrations of the Polish American community in the US, was held on 2 October in New York City. Thousands of Poles and Americans of Polish descent marched along the famous Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.
The Pulaski Day Parade began with a mass celebrated at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The participants marched up Fifth Ave from 35th Street to 55th Street. Polish orchestras, folk dance groups, children from Polish schools, parishes, soldiers, veterans, and guests from Poland including local government officials, artists and representatives of the Polish police attended the event.
The Pulaski Day Parade is a parade held annually since 1937 on the first Sunday of October. This year’s parade was themed Marching with Heart, Soul and Love of Polonia. The event was attended, amongst other by Eric Adams, Mayor of New York. The patriotic march was led by Marcin Luc, the Grand Marshal of this year’s Parade.
Thank you all for participating in the Parade
Grand Marshal of this year’s Parade. Marcin Luc
SPECIAL GUESTS OF 85th Annual Pulaski Day Parade
A number of honourable guests participated
in the Parade. The presence of many
distinguished guests once again proved the
value and importance of Pulaski Day
Parade in the United States.
Fifth Avenue in Manhattan
The Parade moved up Fifth Avenue from
35th to 55th Street.
JOIN US NEXT YEAR
Thank you for participating in the 85th
Pulaski Parade. We hope to see you on
Fifth Avenue next year!