All that and more can be found this weekend at
Parking is free and handicapped parking will be available behind the church rectory.
The popular festival, which draws thousands of folks each summer, will feature more than a dozen local food vendors and organizations peddling arts and crafts, too.
Some of the tasty offerings will include the
Some of the crafts and vendor booths will feature jewelry, fresh-picked vegetables, toys, pocketbooks by Thirty-One and
For your listening pleasure, the band
The two-day festival will also feature a 50/50 raffle, a giant raffle with 10 cash prizes, as well as fun and games for kids.
"People should put this event on their to-do list because it gives them the opportunity to bring the community together and to meet up with old friends and meet new ones while enjoying the taste of what the Valley has to offer, while supporting St. Mary's Parish," Coscia said.
Festival proceeds are used to maintain and repair the church and grounds.
Coscia added that the committee was able to purchase a tent for the festival this year, thanks to a grant from the
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