The Dolina Polish Folk Dancers are a non-profit performing group dedicated to promoting Polish culture through song and dance. The group, located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN was established in 1949 and has been thrilling audiences locally, nationally, and internationally ever since.
Poland is blessed with a rich folk culture dating back several centuries. Customs and traditions vary significantly from region to region, each with its own unique style in dance and costume. Dolina Polish Folk Dancers’ extensive repertoire includes dances and songs from diverse regions performed in a colorful array of authentic costumes, music and choreography.
Performances are versatile and flexible, varying from a 15-minute show to a full two hour concert designed to entertain and educate audiences as small as a private party or as large as a formal concert hall.
The Dolina Polish Folk Dancers are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
So You Think You Can Polka?
Dolina is always looking for new members who are interested in dancing, singing, playing musical instruments, sewing costumes, and fund raising.
Meet new people!
No Polish Folk Dance experience is required.
No Polish heritage is required.