Buffalo members join the celebration

Buffalo members know that spring has sprung when Dyngus Day rolls in, marking the end of Lent and the arrival of Easter.  The city adopted Dyngus Day ten years ago as a way of celebrating its Polish-American culture, heritage and traditions and as a means for revitalizing its neglected east side Polish neighborhood.

Today, Buffalo is the official Dyngus Day capital of the world, hosting a parade and the largest concentration of festival locations, polka bands, food vendors, and Polish traditions. NYSNA nurses and their families took part in the festivities held on March 28.

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