The Polish Library is a circulating library serving the needs of the Polish community in Metropolitan Washington as well as Polish-Americans and others interested in Polish literature, culture, history, and present day Poland. We have a collection of
over 7,000 books on Polish subjects
in Polish and English, and over 250 films on
video and DVD. In our reading room we have
available several Polish magazines and newspapers, such as Polityka, Tygodnik Powszechny, Wprost,
Newsweek Polska, Przekrój, Twój
Polish 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 Board of
Everyone is welcome to become a member.
Annual dues are $20 for individuals, $30 for families, $10 for students. Only members
can borrow books and videos. Members receive the library's bi-monthly
Newsletter listing cultural and social events of interest to the Polish community. 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.
Board of Directors:
Okręglak - Treasurer
Newsletter Editor - Iza