SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Labor Day may be near, but it doesn't mean summer outdoor fun has to end. The Saint Peter's Episcopal Church will be holding its fourth annual Community Pig Roast of Saturday, September 16 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on their historical grounds. Spotswood mayor, Ed Seely will serve as the event's first-ever honorary pig master.
The family-friendly event is $20 per person or $60 for four meals. Meal choices include:
- roasted whole pig, baked beans, fresh coleslaw, corn-on-th-cob and a soft drink
- kid's meal of hot dog, chips and drink
- vegetarian option
Meals are boxed and available to eat in or take out. Kid's meals are $5 if purchased separately. Participants may bring their own wine or beer to enjoy at the event.
Musical entertainment will be provided by Ryan Galway. Little ones can look forward to face-painting and a bouncy house. The afternoon's festivities will also include a 50/50 and a gift basket tricky tray.
St. Peter's will be selling 200 chances to win a three-night, four-day Sandals Resort luxury vacation for two as well.
All of the proceeds from the community pig roast will go to benefit the church in addition to all of its charitable endeavors, which include Wednesday night community suppers, outreach garden, the Thrift Shop and the Alice's CUP Food Pantry. The food pantry assists any Middlesex County resident in need.
St. Peter's grounds are located at the intersection of Main Street and Devoe Avenue in Spotswood.