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St. Mary's/Our Lady of Guadalupe Family Festival

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St. Mary's and Our Lady of Guadalupe Churches are having their annual Family Festival on and it is going to be bigger than ever. Friday through Saturday will start off each day at 7:00a.m. through 11:00 am. with an ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET followed by a Mexican Buffet for lunch and dinner. Hamburgers, hotdogs, chips and soda as well as lots and lots of wonderful snacks will be available throughout the day. 7:00a.m. Friday and Saturday also marks the opening of the Giant Garage Sale (over 50 families). A whole area will be devoted to carnival games, inflatable amusement, hay maze, face painting, cake walk, etc... for the kids. Adults will have fun too. There are games and activities for you as well. We will feature and Arts and Crafts Market with varied vendors. Pull up a chair to enjoy watching the matachinez dancers and a soccer game. Friday night will feature music and dance with 3 Spanish DJ's. Saturday night's live music will feature Larry Thompson's Big Buckle Band. We hope to see you at the Festival!

St. Mary's/Our Lady of Guadalupe Family Festival

Address : 421 S. Ash, Newton, Ks Newton KS
Phone : 316-215-3135   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 316-283-9000

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Admission Fee : FREE. Tickets may be purchased for carnival games and meals.

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