szopka making, pierogi making, language classes, to name a few -- and Polish cultural events they feature on a regular basis are phenomenal.
Take the szopka-making class, for instance. Along with making and taking the creation home, a lesson is learned. A szopka is a nativity scene which originally began as a "blue collar" art form in the Middle Ages built by Kraków masons when they couldn't ply their trade in late fall because of the rainy season. Instead, they made and sold these elaborate structures. People from other parts of Poland, especially the north, aren't familiar with them since they hail from the southern climes of Poland, namely Kraków.
Even if you don't live close enough to avail yourself of one of these offerings, their website has a plethora of information on everything Polish. Check it out.
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