2023 Polski CZAT (Chat) learning events
Do you want to learn a few phrases of Polish for travel, or communicate better
with a friend or neighbor?
Are you trying to learn more about your Polish ancestry?
Are you interested in learning about Polish history and culture?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we invite you to come join us at the museum for
our monthly learning events. Currently,we are on our summer break. We hope to start up again in the Fall.
Check our website for updates.
Everyone is welcome and prior knowledge of the Polish language, culture, or history is not
required. Attendance is free for those who purchase an annual $20.00 museum membership.
There will be a silver collection toward refreshments
Bring a friend and come prepared to have some fun and meet people who have similar interests.
The Polish CZAT (Chat) group is an informal gathering of individuals wishing to learn the Polish language.
Most participants are of Polish heritage and are interested in connecting with their roots.
We meet on the first and third Monday’s of the month (excluding seasonal holidays) from 7pm to 9pm in the basement of the St.Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in Cooks Creek adjacent to the Museum.
We welcome and have people of all skill levels of the language ranging from beginner to conversational.
Membership to the church or residence in the area is not required.
The evenings try to follow a theme (eg: travelling, food identification) with a focus on the conversational aspect.
Be prepared to enjoy an evening of humor and friendship.
To obtain more information, click on the Contact Us Tab.
General Polish Phrases - Eating and Food (worksheet - February, 2016) PDF
The Group was invited to participate in the Garson 2015 Choral Fest. About 6 weeks prior to the event, we picked 4 songs and proceeded to practice for the big event.
View the Czat group's (6th practice) singing in Garson, November 22, 2015. (Video courtesy of Micahel Dudek)
Running time: 10.21 minutes.
Hint: click on the "HD" to select better quality then go to "Full Screen".