You guys, do you know how absurdly delicious pierogi are? If I could marry one of these li'l dumplings (most lovable when filled with potato, sauerkraut, or plum and fried in butter, beer, and onions), I would. This might be because I once lived in a Northern Michigan town where almost 100 percent of the last names in the phone book end with a “ski.” Or maybe it’s because pierogi are just insanely delicious, and even have their own patron saint (“Swiety Jacek z pierogami!”). This eighth annual all-you-can-eat celebration at Dom Polski, the Polish Home Association, includes a beer garden, music by Polonez and Young Polanie, and a pierogi cooking workshop. Na zdrowie! (Dom Polski, 1714 18th Ave,, 11:30 am–4 pm, $16/$8 kids/under 11 free)