DELAWARE, Ohio — St. Mary Church in Delaware is gearing up for its highly anticipated annual festival, set to take place on June 16 and 17. The festival promises to be a fun-filled event for attendees of all ages, with a variety of attractions and activities planned.
One of the highlights of the festival will be the array of carnival rides that have recently been put up on the church grounds. These kiddie rides are sure to bring delight to the younger visitors, providing a thrilling and enjoyable experience for all.
In addition to the rides, festival-goers can look forward to live music performances throughout the event. On Friday, the band “In a Jam” will kick off the evening at 5 p.m., followed by a performance by “The Reaganomics” at 8 p.m. On Saturday, attendees will be treated to the sounds of “Usual Suspects” and “Sugar Creek.”
Aside from the entertainment, the festival will offer a wide range of activities and attractions. Attendees can test their luck at the casino, participate in the kids’ games, and browse the items up for grabs in the silent auction. For those feeling peckish, a variety of food options will be available, including offerings from J. Gumbo’s, Latina Fiesta, and American fare from the grill. Additionally, a homemade bake sale will satisfy those craving delicious treats.
The festival will also feature 50/50 raffles, providing an opportunity for attendees to win exciting prizes while supporting St. Mary’s Church and its community initiatives.
The St. Mary’s Festival has become a cherished annual tradition, bringing together members of the Delaware community and visitors from near and far. The event not only serves as an opportunity for people to come together and enjoy themselves but also supports the church in its mission to serve the community.
With its diverse range of attractions, mouthwatering food, and lively entertainment, the St. Mary’s Festival promises to be a memorable experience for all who attend. So mark your calendars for June 16 and 17 and join St. Mary’s Church in celebrating this beloved event.