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Polish-American Family Festival
The 47th Annual Polish-American Family Festival and Country Fair returns for Labor Day weekend, 2012.
The Polish-American Family Festival and Country Fair is a celebration of Polish culture, heritage and traditions.
Starting with a small, informal event in 1966, the festival has grown from humble beginnings into one of the oldest and most popular festivals of its kind in the United States.
Each year, the festival attracts a diverse crowd of local, regional and international visitors, with more than 25,000 festival attendees in 2009 alone.
The festival takes place on the grounds of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, located on 170 beautiful acres north of Doylestown, PA.
Parking is free.
More About The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa
Our Lady of Czestochowa is a Polish Catholic shrine located just north of Doylestown.
Its many acres and tranquil scenery are ideal for people who want to relax and get in touch with their faith. The property features multiple chapels, a main church, a retreat house, a cafateria and bookstore that is stocked with a wide selection of religious articles and books.