BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Monday in Buffalo, many people will be out taking part in Dyngus Day. The holiday is a tradition in Buffalo that celebrates Polish American culture.
Not everyone will be waiting until Monday, the official kick off is Sunday night at the Cheektowaga VFW on Walden Avenue. They will be playing live Polka music beginning at 7:30 p.m.
The excitement in Buffalo began last week, when crews hoisted the shell of a Mini Cooper up the side of the historic Central Terminal. Dyngus Day organizers have been trying to get CNN's Anderson Cooper to join the festivities, after the laughing fit he had on the air while talking about the holiday last year.
Since they can't get Anderson Cooper , organizers brought a Mini Cooper to town. You can buy raffle tickets to win that Mini Cooper car on Monday.
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