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Celebrate Your Polish Heritage On Labor Day Weekend In Texas

by James Smock on August 23, 2014

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Celebrate Your Polish Heritage in Texas on 2014 Labor Day WeekendThere are lots of events scheduled for the last holiday weekend of the hot Texas summer season, including several church bazaars on the Sunday before Labor Day. It’s hard to decide which ones to attend, but here’s three of them that relate to our Polish Texan heritage.

St. Stanislaus In Chappell Hill Bazaar

St. Stanislaus Catholic Church Homecoming Bazaar In Chappell Hill, TexasSt. Stanislaus Catholic Church in Chappell Hill, Texas was founded in 1889 by the early Polish immigrant farmers that came to Washington County to take advantage of the fertile land in that area.

The parish will be hosting their 77th annual homecoming bazaar on Sunday, August 31, 2013 on the church grounds.

Catered meal starts at 10:30 am, live auction at 2 pm and bingo at 2:30 pm. Lots of booths and raffle prizes.

Live musical entertainment starting at 5 pm under the pavilion with Daniel Cendalski & The Country Boys and Texas Remedy Band.

For more information see St. Stanislaus parish website.

St. Joseph In New Waverly Bazaar

St. Joseph's Catholic Church Homecoming Bazaar in New Waverly, TexasNew Waverly has often been referred to as the cradle of Polish immigration for Southeast Texas. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in New Waverly, Texas was founded in 1869 by the early Polish settlers who came to the area as part of the Waverly Emigration Society and the first church was built in 1877.

The parish will be hosting their annual homecoming bazaar on Sunday, August 31, 2014 on the church grounds.

Activities include a barbecue dinner and Mexican food, booths and games for adults and children, raffle and a live auction.

For more information see St. Joseph’s website.

St. Mary in Plantersville Bazaar

St. Mary Catholic Church Homecoming Bazaar in Plantersville, TexasSt. Mary’s Catholic Church in Plantersville, Texas whose official name is Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title of Immaculate Conception was founded in 1894. The most recent church building was built in 1917 by German settlers, but there were many early Grimes County Polish settlers who were a part of this parish.

The parish will be hosting their 120th annual homecoming bazaar on Sunday, August 31, 2014 on the church grounds.

A delicious barbecue brisket, pork and sausage dinner will be served starting at 10:30 am. There will be lots of fun for the whole family with grocery, cake, toy, fruit, plant and sausage booths, arts and crafts and children’s games. The live auction begins at 1:00 pm in the large air conditioned tent. There will be live music throughout the day including Chris Rybak, the Accordion Cowboy and his lovely wife Edita.

This popular bazaar is well worth the trip just for the tour of the beautifully restored and recently enlarged German painted church. Please visit our Virtual Tour Of St. Mary’s for an idea of how beautiful this church is.

For more information see St. Mary’s website.

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