Pulaski Day Parade
|Pulaski Day Parade NYC|
80th Pulaski Day Parade, October 1, 2017.
|Observed by||New York City|
|2018 date||October 7|
|2019 date||October 6|
|2020 date||October 4|
|2021 date||October 3|
|Related to||General Pulaski Memorial Day|
The Pulaski Day Parade is a parade held annually since 1937 on Fifth Avenue in New York City to commemorate Kazimierz Pulaski, a Polish hero of the American Revolutionary War. It is held on the first Sunday of October and closely coincides with the October 11th General Pulaski Memorial Day, a national observance of his death at the Siege of Savannah. The parade features Polish dancers, Polish Supplementary schools and organizations, Polish soccer teams and their mascots, Polish Scouts (ZHP), and Polish Government ambassadors and representatives.
It is one of the oldest ethnic parades in NYC.
- Casimir Pulaski Day, a holiday celebrated in the Midwestern U.S. commemorating Pulaski's March 4 birthday
- "Francis J. Wazeter, Founder Of Pulaski Day Parade, Dead". The New York Times. 1970-12-03. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2019-04-23.
- "80th Pulaski Day Parade takes over Fifth Ave on Sunday". www.metro.us. 2017-09-26. Retrieved 2019-04-23.
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