Grandpa’s Day is celebrated annually on January 22 in Poland. Similarly to Grandma’s Day, this holiday is widely celebrated across Poland, with children and adults giving their grandfathers small gifts, and cards. Also, the day is usually marked by small events and plays at schools too.
Probably, Grandpa’s Day was brought to Poland from America in the 1980s. Then, it gradually became more and more popular. The American equivalent of Polish Grandma’s and Grandpa’s Days is National Grandparents Day. So in the USA, the holiday does not fall on two separate days and it is celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day.
Polish Presidential Couple posted special wishes for grandparents in Poland: