Welcome to the 81. Annual Pulaski Day Parade


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About the 2018 Pulaski Day Parade:

The 81st annual Pulaski Day Parade will be held on Sunday, October 7, 2018 on Fifth Ave. in New York City. This year’s Parade theme is Poland on the Centennial of its Restoration to Independence, 1918-2018.

Since 1937, the Polish-American community of New York has honored General Casimir Pulaski, a Polish aristocrat and American Revolutionary War Hero during the month of October. The Parade is held annually 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.

Thousands of Polish-Americans will be marching in the streets of New York representing schools, youth and sports organizations, folk dance groups, businesses and parishes of the Tri-State area. Representatives of the Polish government and distinguished members of the community will also pay tribute to our heritage. Please show your Polish-American pride by supporting this great event.

We look forward to celebrating with you on Fifth Avenue!

21 thoughts on “Welcome to the 81. Annual Pulaski Day Parade

  1. Vincent T Marchese says:

    Will see you all there. I’ll be marching with the Hawthorne Caballeros Alumni drum & bugle corps we will be representing Saint Stan’s in Garfield, NJ.


  2. Teresa says:

    Ride-inevents.com will be having Miss Polonia astride “Revelation”, white American Quarter Horse from the pine barrens of eastern LI!
    I have been told it’s the first time in the history of the parade that horses are marching .

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