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Polish Invasion at St. Thomas Roasters

Paul Zavinsky


Two Polish exchange students will be performing with local musician, Paul Zavinsky (pictured above), Thursday, January 17 from 7 – 9 pm, at St. Thomas Roasters coffee house in the Linglestown square.

Paul met the students at the annual Polish Wigilia Christmas celebration, and was so impressed with them that he rushed down to St. Thomas to see if there were any open performance evenings in the schedule.

The couple performs a variety of popular tunes as does Paul and each will perform some of their favorites, as well as “winging it” together on a few. Other local musicians may show up to join in the jam session.

The Polish Invasion performance will take place just before the students return to their homeland so this will be the only opportunity to see them.

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About Paul Zavinsky

Paul Zavinsky has worked in the non-profit world for going on 25 years. He currently is the Director of Development with Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania, formerly Tri-county Association for the Blind.Paul has performed music, vocals and guitar, for about 35 years. He enjoys a variety of music including rock, country, folk, and blues. He currently performs solo, and in a duet with guitarist Kirby Storms.

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