Welcome

Polish Center in Los Angeles is a fraternal organization established to

  1. Foster the tradition of Poland’s independence and cultural achievements

  2. Foster, encourage and promote civic, social, cultural and educational interests of the Polish-American community

  3. Work towards realization of a suitable cultural center in the metropolitan area of Los Angeles

  4. Engage in any other business or activity which can help in the realization of the above objectives, but do not conflict with the laws of the United States of America or the State of California

2003 Sylwester at the LAX Marriott

2003 Sylwester at the LAX Marriott

Dozynki 2008 at River's End Park

Dozynki 2008 at River's End Park

Mammoth Ski Trip 2011

Mammoth Ski Trip 2011


Recent News and Events

Polish Happy Hour at Solidarity Restaurant

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Polish Center in Los Angeles invites all PolAms to Solidarity Cafe, Saturday, 13 July, 6 PM for a Polish Happy Hour! Hors d'oeuvres sponsored by the Polish Center. Yes, we will have pierogi! This is an occasion to see old friends and make new ones from our community. Limited space - Please RSVP by 7/6/19.

Osrodek Polski w Los Angeles zaprasza wszystkich na Polska Happy Hour w sobote 13-go lipca w Solidarity Cafe, Santa Monica. Polskie zakaski sponsorowane przez Osrodek Polski. Tak, beda pierogi! Ilosc gosci ograniczona - RSVP przed 6 lipca!


Maciek and Michal's accessible Land Rover.

Maciek and Michal's accessible Land Rover.

From left to right: Andrew Kozlowski (President of Polish Center), Maciek kaminski, Michal Woroch.

From left to right: Andrew Kozlowski (President of Polish Center), Maciek kaminski, Michal Woroch.

Polish Center Supports Wheelchair Trip

Polish Center assisted 2 wheelchair bound young Polish travellers who have driven across South America and are now on their way to Alaska.

Maciek Kaminski, 33, and Michal Woroch, 34, are driving a specially adopted Land Rover and have so far covered 40000 km and 14 countries.

After spending longer than anticipated in LA due to engine failure, they have departed for Alaska then plan on driving to New York, which will mark the end of their odyssey.

Polish Center was glad to be able to support their efforts with a small donation.

They are two incredibly brave, imaginative, funny guys with unbelievable spirit. They firmly believe their handicap is not the end of the world and are proving this daily.

Learn more about Maciek and Michal's journey at http://www.wheelchairtrip.com.