The Adam Mickiewicz Library and Dramatic Circle (AMLDC) will celebrate Polish Constitution Day on Tuesday, May 3rd. The AMLDC is located at 612 Fillmore Ave. in the heart of Buffalo’s Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood.
Doors will open at 6:00 PM. At 6:30 AMLDC will have a brief program on the front steps. Athena Smyntek and her Violin Teacher Pani Aleksandra from the Dnipro will perform the Polish National Anthem to begin the program. Michal Zachowicz will read the Preamble. Lite fare will be provided.
The Polish Constitution is a big deal, here’s why. The constitution of May 3rd, 1791 (Polish: Konstytucja 3 maja) was adopted by the Great Sejm (parliament) of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, a dual monarchy comprising Poland and Lithuania. It was second modern constitution (following the United States) and the first for a European country. Read more about the Polish Constitution here—>
Attendees are invited to continue the celebration after the reading.
The AMLDC has been celebrating this day for a number of years.
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