Polish Library in Washington DC
1503 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tuesday 7:30 P.M.- 9:30 P.M.
Thursday 1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Saturday 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.
- The Polish Library is a lending library serving the needs of the Polish community in Metropolitan Washington as well as Polish-Americans and all others interested in Polish literature, culture, history, and present day Poland. We have a collection of 5,000 Polish books, 1,500 English language books on Polish subjects, and over 120 films on video. In our reading room we have available several Polish magazines and newspapers , such as Kultura, Polityka, Wprost, Twoj Styl, Nowy Dziennik.
- The Library was started and is operated by The Friends of the Polish Library in Washington, a private, non-profit organization incorporated in Washington D.C. The Friends have an elected 9-member Board.
Everyone is welcome to become a member. Annual dues are $20 for individuals, $30 for families, $10 for students. Only members can take out books and videos.
Members receive the library s bi-monthly bulletin listing cultural and social events
of Polish interest. We welcome all volunteers who want to help with library work.
- Established in 1991, The Friends of the Polish Library is also one of the most active Polish-American groups in Metropolitan Washington, organizing and sponsoring many cultural and social events.
- For further information, please contact Tadeusz Walendowski, the President of the Friends of the Polish Library in Washington, D.C.
Copyright © 1996-2009