This is an annual fund raising event. Held the first Friday and Saturday in August, it brings together a great number of parishioners to work the various number of game and food booths over the weekend. Preparations and planning take place during the months prior to the bazaar.
2019 Annual Homecoming Bazaar is scheduled for Friday & Saturday, August 2nd & 3rd.
Who: All parishioners
When: First weekend in August.
We will soon be sending out raffle tickets and asking you to purchase or sell them as a big help to our bazaar. We are also looking for tent sponsors. If you know of someone or a local business that might want to sponsor, please let us know by calling the office. We will contact them.
We’re looking forward to another great bazaar in August.
Please check back frequently for updates!
Update July 21, 2019:
PARISH HOMECOMING BAZAARbFriday & Saturday, August 2nd & 3rd
The pierogi are made. The booths are constructed. All plans are moving along. I hope you’re ready once again to experience a fantastic Homecoming Bazaar!
RAFFLE TICKETS: Help us make this year’s Bazaar another success. Buy or sell your raffles tickets and make those returns. This will guarantee a truly successful Bazaar and be a great help to the parish. So far we have received returns from 246 families out of one thousand.
Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs Joseph Montano who were the Early Bird Winner of $50.00.
BOOTH CONSTRUCTION: Thank you to all who helped. We were a little short on help, but those who came worked and completed the job. Thank You!
DONATIONS: Donations help us to cut down on our costs for the Bazaar. Anything you can offer here is a great help. The cart is at the door near the office.
FOOD AREA: napkins, paper towels, plastic forks, spoons and knives, 8 oz cold cups, 8 oz styrofoam cups, 9″ styrofoam plates and 6″ & 9″ paper plates. Also butter, ketchup, mustard.
GAMES AREA: bottles of wine, books, shoe boxes, new or very gently used
BAZAAR SET-UP: The week of the Bazaar (Monday through Thursday) we set up the tents and get everything ready. We work in the morning starting at 9 A.M. and again in the evening starting at 6 P.M. We need a lot of help here. It includes setting up tables, arranging booths, running wiring
for lights, bringing out the equipment and much more. If you can spare a day or evening, it would be greatly appreciated.