Casimir Pulaski Day is a holiday celebrated around the country, on the first Monday in March, honoring a hero of the revolutionary war. The Village of Pulaski, Wisconsin’s fourth annual celebration will be held all week long, beginning on Monday, March 5th, 2017 and concluding that following Sunday, March 12th. Activities are being planned throughout the week to help promote our unique community and help inspire area businesses to spread the history and community pride.
The mission of Casimir Pulaski Day is to raise awareness of the history of Casimir Pulaski, the general whom our village is named after, and promote our uniqueness to all of the world. By focusing on inspiring businesses, schools, and the community to become involved in this special event, we are destined to make Pulaski, WI a great place to live, work and visit.
All businesses, organizations, and schools are invited to participate!! Just register as a participant and you will be listed on this website.
Casimir Pulaski Day / Event is promoted by "Promote Pulaski, Inc.", a non-profit organization, which the purpose of is to educate, promote and build business in Pulaski, WI and surrounding communities.
2016 Scavenger Hunt
Congratulations to LeeAnn from Pulaski, who complete the passport scavenger hunt. She won a grand prize gift basket with Pulaski merchandise and a ticket to the Casimir Pulaski Polka Dance, held at Zielinski's Ballroom.
Dress in Red!
Join us in SPIRIT DAY!
Participating businesses and community members alike are encouraged to wear red in support of Casimir Pulaski Week on Friday, March 11th. We will be accepting photos of businesses and community showing their SPIRIT to be displayed on the website photo gallery. Send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org