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Fidelisfest

Fidelisfest in Victoria, Kansas, is a community celebration at the St. Fidelis Church fundraiser! The morning begins with visits to the local cemeteries, followed by Mass at St. Fidelis Church. After Mass, the festivities begin with a German wedding style dinner served until 2 pm. The Country Store features homemade baked items and a gift shop includes religious articles, rosaries, notecards, and many other items. Throughout the day are free kid's games, musical entertainment, a beer garden, hamburger and braut stand, a drawing with BIG CASH prizes and an auction of 200-300 new items donated by businesses and parishioners. Proceeds are used to maintain the church, which is one of the 8 Wonders of Kansas.

Fidelisfest

Address : Basilica of St. Fidelis - 900 Cathedral Ave - Victoria Hays KS
Phone : 785-735-2777   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : fidelis@ruraltel.net

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Admission Fee : Free

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