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St Nicholas Party - Mikolajki

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2 Nether Liberton Ln

Scouts Hall

2 Nether Liberton Lane

Edinburgh

EH16 5TY

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St Nicholas' party with workshop activities and carol singing.

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THE SCOTTISH POLISH CULTURAL ASSOCIATION INVITE YOU TO

A ST NICHOLAS PARTY - MIKOŁAJKI

On Sunday 5th December at 16:00 - 17:30

Venue: SCOUTS HALL, Millar Hall, 2 Nether Liberton Lane, Edinburgh

EH16 5TY, near Cameron Toll Sainsbury’s Petrol station.

In advance of Christmas we are celebrating St Nicholas’ day called in Poland Mikołajki. There will be carol singing, mostly in Polish, with musical accompaniment and workshop activities for children. The event will be supported by the Polish Scouts - Zwiazek Harcerstwa Polskiego poza granicami kraju under the leadership of Agnieszka Wojtkowiak. The groups of Scouts involved are: Gromadka Skrzatów “Misie”, Gromada Zuchów “Niedźwiadki”, Próbny Zastęp Harcerek „Niedźwiedzice”

If you would like to support the event by donation, we recommend approx. £3.00 per person.

Due to Covid wearing masks for over 12 years old is recommended.

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Booking tickets through Eventbrite platform is essential and you need to present it at the door. Number of places limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

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2 Nether Liberton Ln

Scouts Hall

2 Nether Liberton Lane

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EH16 5TY

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Organiser Scottish Polish Cultural Association

Organiser of St Nicholas Party - Mikolajki

The Scottish Polish Cultural Association was founded 45 years ago and since then it has tirelessly been working to introduce Poland and Polish culture to Scottish people and to make Scotland more accessible for Polish visitors and emigrants.

Every year we organise a number of events such as lectures, meetings, national celebrations etc. They are addressed to people of all ages and include, among others, workshops for children, photograpy exhibitions, shanties and folk group performances, family coach trips, piano concerts and annual dinner dances. Our members actively support the Society, in return receiving discounts to its events, priority in booking tickets, etc.

More about us on www.scotpoles.co.uk and facebook.com/scotpoles

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