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Vancouver's Polish Festival celebrates 100 years of Poland's independence

The family-friendly event starts at 1 pm on Sunday, September 9, and offers puppet theatre, traditional food, dance groups, live music and entertainment continuing through into the night.

The sixth annual Polish Festival will be at The Pipe Shop and Shipbuilders Square this year, making a move from its former location at the Lynn Valley Plaza in North Vancouver.

 Dancers Alicja Cichecki, Patrik Slazkiewicz, Emilia Krupa and Nikodem Cichecki welcome the public to their September 9th celebration at Shipbuilders Square in Lower Lonsdale. (Photo by Cindy Goodman/North Shore News)Dancers Alicja Cichecki, Patrik Slazkiewicz, Emilia Krupa and Nikodem Cichecki welcome the public to their September 9th celebration at Shipbuilders Square in Lower Lonsdale. (Photo by Cindy Goodman/North Shore News)

The family-friendly event starts at 1 pm on Sunday, September 9, and offers puppet theatre, traditional food, dance groups, live music and entertainment continuing through into the night.

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This year Poland celebrates 100 years of regaining independence.

Polish Festival Vancouver

When: Sunday, September 9 from 1 to 9 pm

Where: Pipe Shop – 115 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver

Cost: Free

With files from the North Shore News