Polish Club @ MIT

100th Anniversary of Poland’s Independence at MIT

On Saturday evening (November 10th, 2018) we met in a broad group of Polish and Polish-American people to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Independence of Poland. We sang Mazurek Dąbrowskiego, listened to Prof. Wit Busza from MIT who shared with us how his life was entangled with some important events of Polish history and shared a wonderful time together!

Sto lat, Polsko!

BBQ – October 9 @ Westgate

We would like to invite you to the BBQ of the Polish Club at MIT and the Polish Scientific Network in Boston, which will take place on Tuesday, October 9 at 6pm at Westgate BBQ pits at MIT (540 Memorial Drive, Cambridge: https://maps.google.com/?q=540+Memorial+Drive&entry=gmail&source=g).

We will provide food and non-alcoholic beverages, thus we would like to ask you to:
– RSVP (required!) by Monday, October 8 at this link: https://doodle.com/poll/h5495z34n4wi3v62 (please indicate how many people you are bringing with you),
– please bring $10 for every person (preferably in cash) to cover the costs of the BBQ (food, beverages, utensils, BBQ tools).

If you have any dietary restrictions, please send me a message as soon as possible (mpapaj [at] mit [dot] edu), so that we can prepare accordingly.

We are looking forward to seeing you all!

Welcome BBQ – Wednesday, September 12

Please join the Welcome BBQ of Polish Club @ MIT and Polish Scientific Network in Boston, which will take place on Wednesday, September 12, at the Westgate BBQ pits at MIT!

RSVP is required! To RSVP (or to ask for more info), email suwara (at) mit [dot] edu.

Poland at the FIFA World Cup

Join us on Tuesday (6/19) at 11am to cheer up for our national team in the match against Senegal!
We will meet at Phoenix Landing to watch the match and get a lunch together.

Two other matches in the group stage are on Sunday (6/24) at 2pm (against Columbia) and on Thursday (6/28) at 10am (against Japan). We will meet to watch these together, too. Stay tuned!

Screening of Knife in the Water

Dear all,

We would like to invite you to our last screening this semester! This coming Thursday at 7:30 pm in 32-141 (MIT campus) we are showing Roman Polański’s drama film Knife in the Water. It was his first feature film, nominated for Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

We will provide some delicious Polish sweets before.

Hope to see you there!

Screening of Sexmission

You are cordially invited to the screening of Sexmission, arguably the most famous Polish comedy, a provocative political and social satire by Juliusz Machulski. The event will take place on Wednesday, March 22 at 7:30pm in 32-144 (Stata center) on MIT campus.

Traditional Polish snacks and sweets will be provided.

First meeting in the Spring semester!

We invite you to our first meeting in the spring semester, which will take place on the Registration Day (Monday 2/6) at 7pm in Bertucci’s!

RSVP here by Friday to help us reserve a table.


We would like to invite you to sing traditional Polish carols! We will meet in W20-491 (Student Center) on Monday, January 16th, at 7pm. There will be tea and coffee, and we encourage you to bring some snacks to share.

Zapraszamy Was na wspólne śpiewanie tradycyjnych polskich kolęd! Przyjdźcie w poniedziałek 16 stycznia o godzinie 19 do sali W20-491 (Student Center). My przygotujemy kawę i herbatę, a Was zachęcamy do przyniesienia przekąsek.

Screening of Three Colors: Red

Dear all,

We are pleased to invite all of you to our last screening this semester. On Wednesday, December 14 at 7:30pm in W20-491 (Students Center) at MIT we will be showing the last (and supposedly best!) part of the Three Colors trilogy by Krzysztof Kieślowski: Three Colors: Red. The movie relates to fraternity, the last ideal of the French Revolution. It is in French with English subtitles.

We will serve delicious pierogi before the screening. Let us know if you are coming by signing up here.

See you on Wednesday!

Screening of Three Colors: White

Dear all,

Thank you for joining us last Friday to celebrate Polish Independence Day. We had terrific time, and more than thirty people from Boston area showed up. We would like to particularly thank Harvard Polish Society for co-organizing the event and brining delicious food.

This week we would like to invite you to our second screening this semester. On Thursday, November 17 at 7:30pm in 32-155 (Stata center) on MIT campus, we are showing Kieślowski’s Three Colors: White, the second part of the Three Colors trilogy. We will be serving pierogis just before. To help us plan the amount of food we need to prepare, please sign up here.

See you on Thursday,
Polish Club at MIT