Feast Of St. Anthony June 7th through 10th

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Published: May 27, 2018 @ 12:00 PM EST

The 18th annual Feast of St. Anthony returns this year with four days full of food, music, amusement rides, games, entertainment, and faith for the whole community. The events will begin on Thursday, June 7 and run through Sunday, June 10.

The popular event is the Church of the Assumption’s largest single fundraiser and will have homemade cooking, an Italian style café, food vendors, and a beer & wine garden and amusement rides provided by Blue Sky Amusements and Paladin Amusements.

Scheduled entertainment includes:

DATE
TIME
EVENT
June 7, 20186:00 p.m.
Fusion Dance Centre of Roselle Park
June 7, 20187:00 p.m.
Poetry by Leona M. Seufert
June 8, 20186:30 p.m.
Susie Karlik’s Dance Sensation of Union
June 8, 20188:00 p.m.
Sandy & The Wanderers
June 9, 20186:00 p.m.
Roselle Park Middle School Percussion Ensemble
June 9, 20186:30 p.m.
Roselle Park High School Percussion Ensemble
June 9, 20187:00 p.m.
Saber Guild Corellia
June 9, 20188:00 p.m.
The Nerds

The parish’s exclusive ‘Basket Wheel’ which has over 70 themed baskets as prizes.

The Church of the Assumption’s food tent will feature sausage & peppers, meatballs, cheese steaks, hamburgers, hot dogs and homemade pierogi. Each night will feature specialty items while supplies last including:

DATE
DAY
SPECIALTY
June 7, 2018
Thursday
Empanadas from El Lechon de Negron
June 8, 2018
Friday
Rice balls (arancini) from Vintage Italian Restaurant
Three Cheese Cavatappi from Applebees of Union
Penne Vodka from Massimo's Deli
June 9, 2018
Saturday
Penne Vodka from Valentino's
Eggplant Rollatini from Vintage Italian Restaurant
June 10, 2018
Sunday
Ravioli from Pastosa's
Buffalo Wings from Downtown Family Restaurant

On Sunday, June 10th at 4 p.m., there will be a special mass with Reverend James Spera, Pastor of Church of the Assumption as celebrant. Immediately following the Mass at 5 p.m. there will be a traditional procession through the streets with the statue of St. Anthony accompanied with music by The Gilio Band. The 111-year-old statue of St. Anthony, that was part of the parish when it was founded in 1907, will be the centerpiece of the procession led by the Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Color Corps.

Pay-One-Price unlimited ride wristbands will be available at the Feast on Thursday, June 7th, and Sunday, June 10th. $3 coupons off the purchase of the unlimited ride wristbands are available at local participating retail locations in and around the borough.

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday there have two (2) nightly 50/50 drawings with a Super 50/50 ($10) on Sunday at 9 p.m.

If rain arrives on any of the days, there are alternate plans to have the entertainment for that day in the parish’s Msgr. Loreti Hall. Food, cooked in the certified kitchen on the premises, will be available to purchase for take-in or take-out. The beer garden will be on hand with wine and beer.

More information can be found on the parish’s website (link) and Facebook page (link) or by calling the rectory at (908) 245-1107.