The Wici Song and Dance Company of the PNA presents Polish culture through folk song, dance and music.
The ensemble officially represents the Polish National Alliance, the largest fraternal organization in the U.S.
The WICI Song and Dance Company was organized in 1972 for the purpose of preserving and promoting Polish culture through song, dance and music. In 1983, they became the representative group of the Polish National Alliance, the largest Polish fraternal organization in the U.S. In the same year, the company incorporated and registered as an Illinois charitable, non-profit organization. Over the years, WICI have performed at various local, city and state events, throughout Chicago's communities, numerous Illinois cities and towns, several states, as well as in Europe. Well over 1,600 young people and adults have participated in the group's activities. WICI are divided into two groups numbering over 100 dancers, musicians and artists.