Polish Festival in Yorba Linda This Weekend

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • September 14, 2012
We know that the Greeks can throw those yearly festivals in Irvine, and the Turks have their Anatolian Festival at the OC Fairgrounds; but I bet you haven't heard of the Polish Harvest Festival of “Dozynki.” This weekend's festival will be the...
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