Lagrange Street Polish Festival
Toledo, Ohio, USA
Toledo’s Polish Village celebrates 30 years on Lagrange Street this July with special events and activities to commemorate this milestone. The Lagrange Street Polish Festival celebrates the neighborhood’s heritage and showcases its central business district. It is the Toledo’s largest street festival – attracting more than 20,000 visitors last year. The festival features renowned polka bands from across the Midwest, a variety of Polish food and delicacies, plenty of Polish (Pivo) and American beer, soft drinks and bottled water, a polka dance contest, a pierogi-eating contest, a childrens area with rides and games, and arts and craft vendors from across the region. Visit www.polishfestival.org for details.
Festival Dates: July 12 – 14, 2013. Festival
Hours: Friday 5 to 11 pm, Saturday noon to 11 pm, Sunday noon to 7 pm.
Admission is $4, $2 on Sunday, and children 8 and under free.
Directions: I-75 to Toledo, Ohio, Exit #207 to Lagrange Street. South on Lagrange Street about one mile. Or set your GPS to 3106 Lagrange Street and you’ll end up at the main gate.
The festival features the finest polka bands from across the Midwest. Venue
Directions: I-75 to Toledo, Ohio, Exit #207 to Lagrange Street. South on Lagrange Street about one mile. Or set your GPS to 3106 Lagrange Street and you’ll end up at the main gate.Times
Fri, 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm Sat, 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm Sun, 12:00 pm - 7:00 pmAdmission & Parking