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Schenectady festival this Sunday celebrates our Polish heritage

Sister Bernadette Filter, left, and Joan Poteralski-George prepare Polish Galumpkis or cabbage rolls at FDR School on Lansing Street in Schenectady in preparation for the 1st Polish Harvest Day at Church of St. Adalbert Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Sister Bernadette Filter, left, and Joan Poteralski-George prepare Polish Galumpkis or cabbage rolls at FDR School on Lansing Street in Schenectady in preparation for the 1st Polish Harvest Day at Church of St. Adalbert Saturday.
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If you’ve been hankering for Polish pizza but haven’t been able to find it at the traditional take-out joints, don’t miss Sunday’s Polish Harvest Festival at the Church of St. Adalbert. Featured along with a plethora of other Polish delicacies will be pies loaded with sauce, cheese, kielbasa and sauerkraut, served up with a hearty side of Polish heritage. The festival will showcase Polish culture with food, music, dancing, crafts, folk and history exhibits, and ...


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