The village of DuBois will be welcoming guests this weekend as it celebrates its 25th annual Casimir Pulaski Day.
The Polish Fest begins with an antique tractor show at 9 a.m. at the Knights Of Columbus Hall. Show cars are welcome.
A polka mass will be held at 10 a.m. at St. Charles Catholic Church with music by The Polka Connection and Laura Ryterski.
Polish food will be served beginning at 10 a.m. Ther will be crafts, baskets, a bake sale, raffle, silent auction and a 50/50 drawing in the St. Charles Parish Center.
The parade begins at 1 p.m. in downtown DuBois. Registration is from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Knights of Columbia parking lot. Food and refreshment will be available at the hall as well.
No ATVs will be allowed unless they are being used to pull a float.
A free polka dance will be held at the St. Charles Parish Center, beginning at 3 p.m. The Polka Connection Band will perform, and there will also be food available.
Other attractions include chicken poop bingo at the Mule Barn. Games will be held on the south side of the parking lot.
Everyone from young to old is expected to be there to celebrate the festivities.
The oldest one expected to celebrate will be Eleanor Bronke. She is the eldest to be there along with her family. Then the littlest to help celerbate is Oliver Loren Zelasko. Oliver is the son of Ben and Cassie (Tubbs) Zelasko. He is the grandson of David and Kathleen Tubbs and Robert and Mary Zelasko. The great grandparents are Mary Ann Buretta and the late George Kwiatkowski and the late Antone and Dorothy Zelasko.
So come enjoy the parade, food and music and meet all the people and enjoy!