Zycie Kolorado
Zycie Kolorado

Zycie Kolorado

The Polish Newspaper in Colorado

KIM JESTEŚMY:

Życie Kolorado jest polonijnym miesięcznikiem o profilu kulturalno-społecznym. Wydawany od 2009 roku w Denver, w stanie Kolorado, scala ośrodki polonijne w zachodnich stanach USA: Utah, Arizonie, Nowym Meksyku, Kalifornii i Washingtonie.


Życie Kolorado  jest projektem współfinansowanym przez Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej za pośrednictwem  Konsulatu Generalnego RP w Los Angeles

Życie Kolorado jest projektem współfinansowanym przez Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej za pośrednictwem Konsulatu Generalnego RP w Los Angeles


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Brighton 2019

BRIGHTON, CO -  Brighton Sister Cities is excited to announce an upcoming activity to raise funds for our organization.  On Saturday, February 9, 2019, Brighton Sister Cities is hosting the 15th annual Dinner and Auction.   

Brighton Sister Cities PresentsDinner & Auction

Saturday, February 9, 2019


Brighton Sister Cities is requesting help in three ways

1.   Come, have dinner and enjoy the evening.  Bring your friends.

2.   Buy something at the auction.  We have already received many items, including

      Sports collectibles, Polish trinkets, and artwork.

3.   Donate something for the auction.  We are asking for new items that have appeal at a

      benefit auction.  Suggested items include sports collectible items, event tickets, glass

      wear, a weekend in a condo/time share, or ANYTHING!  All donations are tax

      deductible.

 

Proceeds from the evening will help fund the activities for the delegation from Ziebice when they visit Brighton and to offset the expenses of students visiting Ziebice. 

 

Brighton Sister Cities is a collaborative cultural exchange program between the cities of Brighton, Colorado and Ziebice, Poland.  Inaugurated in 1995, the program has given students, civic and business leaders, educators and individual representatives the opportunity to experience a cross cultural sharing of ideas, events, programs, and celebrations.  Since its inception, over 240 students and many adults have participated in the Sister Cities exchange program.  The exchange is based on an every year rotation alternating between Brighton visiting Ziebice and Ziebice visiting Brighton.

 

For additional information, contact  Neil Fleischauer at 303-523-4224, or Henry Rozwarzewski at 720-685-0512 in polish.


The Denver Film Society will be participating in a seven-film package currently touring the U.S. celebrating 100 year's of Poland's Regained Independence called MASTERS OF POLISH CINEMA. The following films will be screened at the Sie FilmCenter in December:

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