We had pirogi for the evening meal, both savory and sweet.
We all met in the activity room in the hotel for the program. The students had found some good You-Tube videos to display Polish history. Another group spoke about special Polish foods. And they finished the program singing Kocham Cię Polksa. Since I have been to Poland many times "I get" the references and images within the song and enjoy it very much.
This was followed by some of the Polish staff giving us a lesson is how to remove just one Polish napkin from the holder.
Then we moved outdoors. Much to my surprise they decided to dance the Polannaise.
And after this they invited all of us to join in for a second dance.
Then everyone enjoyed roasting kielbasa over the bonfire.