St. Gregory the Great Festival returns for its 61st year September 7th through 10th, 2017!
Church festivals are all about community building and bringing people together through a variety of events and activities, and it’s what St. Gregory the Great Parish does best. Events like these remind us that we are stronger when we work together. St. Gregory the Great, patron saint of musicians, singers, students, and teachers, seems a fitting role model to represent the focus of this yearly celebration taking place at the St. Gregory the Great Parish and School.
The festival, taking place over four days and always the weekend after Labor Day, will have plenty to offer, including rides from Rainbow Valley, live music and an epic raffle with $4500 in prizes.
And what would any festival be like without the food? There will be plenty of that, with a Friday Fish Fry that features Saz’s Tavern Famous Hand Battered Cod, a Duroc Baby Back Pork Rib & Smoked Turkey dinner on Saturday and plenty of Saz’s Festivals food to enjoy in between. You’ll see us on the festival grounds offering up our signature festival-famous fare all weekend long!
St. Gregory the Great Festival is the perfect place to strike up a conversation with friendly faces, spend meaningful time with family and friends and even volunteer if you’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity to donate your time to a community event. You can view the full schedule of entertainment, as well as other general festival info here.
Thursday, September 7th: 4pm to 10pm
Friday, September 8th: 4pm to 11:30pm
Saturday, September 9th: 12pm to 11:30pm
Sunday, September 10th: 12pm to 8:30pm