Post Eagle Newspaper


May 23, 2024

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New Website
The American Institute of Polish Culture

Today it is our pleasure to inaugurate the brand new website of The American Institute of Polish Culture at the same address: It has a fresh layout, lots of photos, and updated content on all that AIPC does throughout the year.

Lady Blanka wanted to feature the Polish kings and queens, so upon opening the website, you will be able to follow a timeline of the royal history of Poland throughout the ages. You will also see a new, easy-to-access menu. We hope that a virtual journey through our many activities and programs will give you rich memories of time spent with the Institute over the years, and will inspire you to stay a part of our mission.

In all times, and especially in the difficult time we are currently experiencing, AIPC counts on its members and friends for their generosity and kindness. Please use the MEMBERSHIP and DONATE buttons to support us as much as you can. Your contributions help us produce and sponsor cultural and educational programs.

Many thanks to Ewa Mitera, an accomplished Polish artist and long time friend, who designed the website, transferred the contents into the new pages, and did it all pro-bono. Bravo, Ewa! If you are interested in viewing her paintings, please visit her website:

MORE EXCITING NEWS! We are currently creating a Chronicle that will take readers from the Institute’s beginnings in 1972 through the activities and events of each ensuing year to the present. It has been a long-time dream of Lady Blanka to write the history of AIPC’s 50-year journey and include photos of parties, events, friends, and members. We hope you will consider donating to this very special project too!