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St. Catherine's Annual Carnival Kicks-off summer in Cedar Grove


Rides and Boardwalk-style Games ... Food Court and Ale House ... Kids World and Dessert Café !  There’s no better way to grab onto SUMMER !  And each year, people from far and wide descend upon Cedar Grove to revel in this annual rite to welcome summer, which -- if not yet quite on the calendar, definitely tugs at their hearts.

St. Catherine of Siena Parish, Cedar Grove, will present its annual Carnival

  • Thursday, May 31 through Sunday, June 3
  • Thursday, Friday and Saturday hours:  6 – 10 pm
  • Sunday hours:  4 – 8pm

This much-anticipated harbinger of summer has something for everyone 

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  • Thrilling Rides and boardwalk-style Games with prizes on the lower campus
  • Mouth-watering Food Court and thirst-quenching Siena Ale House outdoors on the upper campus
  • Katie’s Café offering delicious desserts & coffee in indoor comfort
  • Kids World with plenty of fun ‘n games for younger children in air-conditioned Siena Hall

Expanded by popular demand – WRISTBAND Thursday  and  Sunday !  

Pay one price -- $ 30 -- get a Wristband and RIDE ALL NIGHT ... for all 4 hours, if you’d like !

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

  • Tuesday, May 29           9 am - noon & 3-6 pm
  • Wednesday, May 30      9 am - noon & 3-6 pm
  • Thursday, May 31          9 am - noon

Ride and Food Tickets, and Wristbands, 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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