For over 25 years, the Polish Genealogical Society of Minnesota (PGS-MN) has been assisting Polish-Americans explore their genealogy roots in Minnesota. Whether your relatives immigrated to the Iron Range, the north shore, the farm communities of the west, the southern Mississippi river bluff country, or the urban areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul, we have people and resources to help you search for those connections – here and in Poland.
Our society assists those interested in exploring their Polish ancestry, culture, language and history. We offer research and library resources as well as meetings and events at the Minnesota Genealogy Center in Mendota Heights.
View/Download a PDF of the PGS-MN Bylaws and contact us at email@example.com if you would like to volunteer.
|Vice President||Kay Freund|
|Past President||Peggy Larson|
|Annual Meeting & Awards||Richard Theissen & John Rys|
|Database Project Leader||John Rys|
|From Poland to Minnesota||Paula Colwell|
We host program meetings on Polish Genealogy and Culture six times a year. Meetings take place on the first Saturday of the month. Program meetings are held at the Minnesota Genealogy Center, streamed online, and recorded for members to watch anytime.