Don’t forget about Dyngus Day (the day after Easter)! (NPR story at the link)

As  the popular polka anthem explains, “Everybody’s Polish On Dyngus Day!?”  Many parties begin during the mid-morning on the Monday after Easter  with a large buffet of traditional Easter foods (kielbasa, ham, fresh  breads, eggs). It is common to hear polka music on Dyngus Day with the  mandatory dancing of at least one polka.(via here)

Don’t forget about Dyngus Day (the day after Easter)! (NPR story at the link)

As the popular polka anthem explains, “Everybody’s Polish On Dyngus Day!?” Many parties begin during the mid-morning on the Monday after Easter with a large buffet of traditional Easter foods (kielbasa, ham, fresh breads, eggs). It is common to hear polka music on Dyngus Day with the mandatory dancing of at least one polka.(via here)

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