GR Polish halls open their doors to public for Pulaski Days

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) —The 46th annual Pulaski Days will go full throttle in Grand Rapids Friday.

All 14 Polish halls and fraternal organizations in Grand Rapids will open their doors for free to the public.

"Pulaski Days was founded by Walt Ulanch and Ed Czyzyk. They were two gentlemen that said we got to keep our polish halls, our 14 polish halls and fraternal organizations going. How do we do that? They created Pulaski Days which was in retrospect for Gen. Casimir Pulaski, who was the brigadier general that fought and saved George Washington in the (Revolutionary) War,” said Michelle Kershner, the Chairwoman for Pulaski Days.

New this year, there will be a beer that can only be found at the halls.

"This year we unveiled a new beer and it’s called Casimir Reserve. New Holland came to us last year and said ‘Hey Michelle, let’s put together a unique beer for each of the 14 polish halls,’” said Kershner.

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