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  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Chris and Jody Moseley of Fort Wayne dance a polka Monday afternoon while celebrating Dyn­gus Day at Deer Park Irish Pub. Although neither is Polish, they said they took a day off work to join in the celebration. Dyngus Day, also known as Wet Easter Monday, is a Polish national holiday and is traditionally celebrated the day after Easter.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Walt Brock and Teri Johnston, who's parents were from Poland, dance a polka at Monday's Dyngus Day celebration at Deer Park Irish Pub. Dyngus Day, also known as Wet Easter Monday, is a Polish national holiday and is traditionally celebrated the day after Easter. With Video.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 1:00 am

Celebrating the day after Easter

Celebrating the day after Easter