Dyngus Day: Celebrating Polish-American Culture

About this event

Dyngus Day is a festival in Buffalo, New York, which celebrates Polish-American culture, heritage and traditions at the end of Easter. Next week we have Eddy Dobosiewicz, the organiser of the Dyngus Day festival, joining us on Facebook LIVE to chat about this terrific annual event.

Eddy will be talking about:

  • The tradition of Dyngus Day and what it is
  • Celebrating Polish-American culture
  • The Polish community in Buffalo, New York
  • Organising an event during a pandemic


Eddy Dobosiewicz is the President of the Dyngus day festival in Buffalo. Formally, Eddy was one of the original hosts of ‘Off Beat Cinema’, a television show that started in 1993 and continues to air today. Eddy is a well-known comedian, producer and radio/ television host in Buffalo, New York. He also started ‘Off the Beaten Track’ tours to highlight local cultures, food and history in Buffalo.  This now runs as ‘Forgotten Buffalo’ tours.

To watch it LIVE, visit our Facebook page at the time of the event: https://bit.ly/3vovALO


9:30 am - 10:00 am