The P.K.M. Polish Folk Dance Group is one of the cultural activities of the Polish Intercollegiate Club of Philadelphia. The Intercollegiate Club was founded in 1915 to bring together individuals of Polish heritage, share educational experiences, gather for social activities, participate in sports teams and promote Polish culture. The P.K.M. Polish Folk Dance Group was organized by the Intercollegiate Club in 1960 to promote Polish dance through public performances. The group consists of high school, college, graduate students and alumni.

Anyone interested in volunteering their talents of singing, dancing, music or technical support are invited to join the group which meets on Friday evenings at the Associated Polish Home, 9150 Academy Road in Northeast Philadelphia. (Just off I-95 at the Academy Road exit.)

For more information about the Polish Intercollegiate Club of Philadelphia or the P.K.M. Polish Folk Dancers, contact:

Richard Klimek, Public Relations Director:

Day: 215-922-1700
Evenings: 856-424-7053


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