PolishFestPolishFest is an annual three day event and the largest in Capital District celebrating Polish and Polish-American arts, literature, music, culture,
history, and, of course Polish food.

We are also proud to host Polish vendors of high quality Polish crafts not easily found in the Capital District.

We’ve planned this event so that there will be plenty of fun activities for kids, adults, and seniors. With our wide variety of musical, artistic, educational The Capital District’s PolishFest is a celebration of Polish heritage – the food, music, art, language, customs and the culture of the Polish people. The annual Festival is held on the grounds of Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa Church conveniently located at 250 Old Maxwell Rd., Latham, NY just off I-87.

The Festival features a vast array of favorite traditional Polish foods, including pierogi (stuffed dumplings), golabki (cabbage rolls), kielbasa (sausage), Bigos (hunter stew), Borscht (beet soup) and a huge assortment of gourmet Polish desserts lovingly prepared by our parishioners. Music and traditional Polish dances entertain festival-goers throughout the day.

A sampling of some of our foods in the BIG tent…
– Potato & Cheese
– Sauerkraut
Farmers Cheese
– Mushroom & Cabbage
– Potato Cheese & Jalapeno
– Bacon Cheese Burger
– Buffalo Chicken
– Pulled Pork
– Kielbasa & Sauerkraut
– Honey Crisp Apple
Kielbasa Sandwich served in a rye roll with kapusta
Polish Pizza
Kielbasa on a stick
Bigos (Hunterstew) served in a traditional rye bread bowl
Polish Stuffed Green Peppers
Golabki (pigs-in-the-blanket) cabbage rolls made of cabbage leaves stuffed with a mix of rice & beef
Borscht (Polish Beet Soup)
Placki Ziemniaczane (Potato Pancakes)
Pierogi dumplings of Potato and cheese or Sauerkraut and mushroom
Bowl of Kapusta (cabbage, sauerkraut and mushrooms) with Rye Bread
Haluski (Polish Bacon, Cabbage and Noodles)
Homemade Polish Desserts
Chruściki (Deep-Fried Pastry)
Polish Crepes