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Annual Carnival Returns to Saint Catherine's of Siena


St. Catherine of Siena’s annual Carnival will soon give summer its unofficial kick-off, with plenty of fun for everyone:  Thursday, June 1st – Saturday, June 3rd from 6 – 10 pm and Sunday, June 4th from 4 – 8pm

Don’t miss:

·       Rides and boardwalk-style Games with prizes on the lower campus

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·       Food Court and Siena Ale House outdoors on the upper campus

·       Katie’s Café indoors, desserts & coffee

·       Kids World (fun ‘n games for younger children) in air-conditioned Siena Hall Back by popular demand

WRISTBAND THURSDAY! All you can ride for one price on Thursday night. Pay ONE price ($ 30) and RIDE ALL NIGHT!

Advance Food Court Tickets, Ride Tickets and Wristbands will be sold in St. Catherine’s Lower Church

·       Tuesday, May 30th 9 am - noon & 3-6 pm

·       Wednesday, May 31st 9 am - noon & 3-6 pm

·       Thursday, June 1st 9am - noon

Ride and Food Tickets will also be on sale throughout the 4-day Carnival.   St. Catherine of Siena is located at the corner of Pompton Avenue and Bradford Avenue, Cedar Grove.  For more information, phone the St. Catherine’s Rectory, 973.239.7960.

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