This weekend is the Westfest Polka Festival held in West Texas - "West" being the name a tiny Czech-American town known for kolaches and sausages rather than a region of the state. It's an odd name for a town, especially since it's not in what most people consider the region of West Texas - it's right smack in the middle of the state on I-35 between Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin. It's a must stop location whenever driving on I-35 as they have the best kolaches this side of Czechoslovakia.
Anyway, as part of the festivities, the local Catholic church is having a "polka mass". Kinda makes our typical Mormon services seem pretty dull and boring in comparison. Seriously - would God really care if we held a Polka sacrament meeting?
Come to Texas - fun times for all!