Polish American Citizen's Club

About Our Club

The Polish American Citizens' Club of Ludlow was established in March 1914. The organization's primary purpose was to promote fellowship among the Polish American people of Ludlow, encouraging the discussion of politics and political subjects towards the development of its citizens.

Over 10 decades later, the Polish American Citizens' Club has become one of the most successful organizations of its type in Western Massachusetts.

Today besides supporting our original goals, we support many civic and community groups. We continue to promote the Polish Heritage with many functions throughout the year.

Polish American Citizen's Club

Club Activities

Our Sports Bar and Entertainment Lounge

Stop by our newly updated sports bar & enjoy:

Full Lottery

Full Bar

Free WiFi

7 Large Screen TVs

2 Pool Tables

Expresso served

Large Bar menu available for dine in or take out.

Dinner Specials on Friday & Saturdays

Polka Dances are held on the weekends from September to May, Come join us!

MC/Visa Accepted



Come Play & Win…

Every Wednesday 6:30 PM

Doors Open Early. Kitchen Opens 5 PM


Sun: 12:00 PM to Midnight
Mon - Thu: 11:00 AM to Midnight
Fri: 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Sat: 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM


John Diotalevi

Vice President

Ernie Daigle


Clair Partridge

Recording Secretary

Jen Dufour

Financial Secretary

Kathy Houle

Board of Directors

Pam Dusza, Gary Zima

House Committee

Walter Stupak, Mary Ellen Stupak, Mark Witowski


Mike Mislak, Richard Burkot, Sue Matysiewicz


Clare Desantis