EventsBook Discussion: The Best Polish Restaurant in Buffalo

Book Discussion: The Best Polish Restaurant in Buffalo

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM


In celebration of Polish American Heritage Month, the Oriole Park Branch will be discussing The Best Polish Restaurant in Buffalo by William Kowalski.

"In 1908, 16-year-old Aniela leaves her native Poland for Buffalo, New York. Over the next century, her descendants take root, struggle, and thrive, with the family restaurant at the center of it all, doing their part to weave their threads into the rich tapestry that is the history of immigration in America."--Back cover.

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