Walking History Tour: The Polish Immigrant Experience
The program will begin with an illustrated talk and discussion in the Hudson-Sydlowski House about the Polish families that landed in the Hallockville neighborhood in the late 19th and early 20th century. The Hudson-Sydlowski House was home to a Polish immigrant family from the 1920s through the 1970s. The walk – approximately one-third of a mile round trip – will visit museum buildings that tell the stories of the Polish immigrant Trubisz, Naugles, and Cichanowicz families. We will welcome any stories or photos related to the Polish immigrant experience on the East End that participants bring to share.
0$ for Hallockville Members, $10 for non-members