The Roncesvalles Polish Festival returns to Toronto this September.
Billed as North America’s largest celebration of Polish culture, the festival enters its twelfth year in 2017, offering a weekend of live entertainment and international music on multiple stages, a polka party under the stars, two sprawling beverage gardens, midway, and festival foods from 40 renowned Roncesvalles-area restaurants, cafes, bakeries, and bistros.
Among the main attractions, 18 blocks of boutique shops and merchants, a Polish Artwalk, Art Zone, Car Show and of course, Polish foods including pierogi, kielbasa, bigos, and cabbage rolls.
Roncesvalles Polish Festival 2017
When: September 16 and 17
Where: Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto
Price: Admission is free.
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