Classes for Children

WHAT: Classes for children age 5-12 interested in learning or improving their Polish.
WHEN: Fall and Spring Semesters
We will meet every  Saturday at  2pm -4PM  until  end of school year
WHERE: 130, 135 Withers Hall. NCSU North Campus ,Lampe Drive
Map: http://www.ncsu.edu/campus_map/north.htm

Need more information?
Contact:  Lucyna Kozek 919-917-6168  or  Hanka Gracz 919-782-8734

 

Polish Language Courses are offered
through the Department of Slavic
and Eurasian Studies at Duke

WHEN:
FALL 2018
Elementary Polish: 3 M/W/F, 10:20–11:10
Advanced Polish: 3 M/W, 4:40–5:55

Want to register or fnd out more?
Contact Paulina Duda:  paulina.duda@duke.edu

• 3 small groups 3 individualized instruction 3 cultural topics and movies
• You’ll get a lot of attention and individualized instruction
• No prior knowledge of Polish is required (Elementary Polish)
• Heritage speakers are welcome
• incorporated into the syllabus 3 option to study abroad 3 open to all Duke students
• Cultural topics of your choice incorporated into the syllabus
 

Libraries that have books in Polish:
The Polish-American Club (PAC) of the Triangle library has nearly 700 books:
- books in Polish,
- books in English about Poland, its history and culture.
These books are available to club members. They are presently located in the the Consulate office. 
If you would like to borrow a book from this collection please email Mark Fountain at library@polamrtp.com

Duke University Library - large collection of fiction and classics
University of NC at Chapel Hill - UNC Library