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St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Annville is set to host its annual Summer Bazaar.
Located on the church grounds at 125 South Spruce Street, it will take place over two days: Saturday, June 15, from 3:00-11:00pm and Sunday, June 16, from 3:00-10:00pm. Admission and parking are free.
The bazaar will feature a variety of food and activities, as well as free live entertainment both days.
Food offerings will include homemade meatball sandwiches, sliced pork sandwiches, homemade soup, famous grilled Annville sausage sandwiches, hamburgers and hot dogs, French fries, ice cream, funnel cakes, and cotton candy.
In addition, there will be char-grilled BBQ chicken dinners available on Sunday from 11:00am until they are sold out.
Activities will include face painting and children’s games, a carnival bell and hammer, games of chance, basket raffles, and a beer garden.
Saturday’s featured entertainment will be Pentagon performing on stage from 6:30-11:00pm, while Sunday will include Matt Miskie in the Fairway from 3:00-5:00pm followed by The New Individuals on stage from 6:00-10:00pm.
According to the church, funds raised from the bazaar are used to offset the costs of running the parish.
The bazaar has taken place annually since at least the 1960’s, when it was held on the land where the church currently stands today.
In the past, the event had featured an “ox roast”, or beef dinner, held under large tents; however, games, food, raffle tickets, and prizes have continued to be a part of the bazaar since its inception.
See a flyer below and find additional event details on Facebook.