This weekend could end up being a record-breaking weekend in New York.

Today as part of the Pulaski Day celebration, a group in Buffalo is trying to set a new world record for the Largest Polka Dance.

The record-breaking event is part of the Pulaski Day celebration. There will be a parade starting at noon and then a festival with basket raffles, beer, and dessert tents will follow around 1 pm. The attempt to break the record will begin at 3:30 pm.

To learn how you can be a part of the record-setting dance click HERE.

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It is a day that Polish-Americans (really anyone) celebrates the life of Casimir Pulaski, who came from Poland and helped the United State defeat the British in the Revolutionary War. He is also credited with saving General George Washington's life during a battle.


It is celebrated at different times around the country. In Buffalo, New York, this year the event is on Saturday, September 23rd.

Take a look at the event from last year in Buffalo.

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