City of St. Paul, KS

Fall Bazaar

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Event# 620-449-2266

Event Details

O.K. -- here's a good one for you. You can scratch your head on what might be donated to the church for this Fall Bazaar. Typically there will be some cows, hay, rock and who knows on the big items.

People buy these and then donate them back so they can be sold again.
How often do you see that my friends? Pretty good.

Other items brought for sale? It all depends on what people bring so it might be some or it might be a lot. Frankly I think it would be worth going to see just how things are done at this event.

There is a dinner/lunch served at 11:00 am and the sale is right after that.

What's being served? Why Turkey And All The Fixin's is what is served.
Cost is under $10.00 --- usually around $7 or $8 but the cost has not been set yet.

Held at the Parish Hall at 304 Lafayette Street.

You can make a day out of this one because you can go on down to the Neosho Wildlife Area to do a bit of hiking or wildlife watching. I think this one
could be a unique sort of experience --- wouldn't you say so?


Fall Bazaar

Phone : 620-449-2266   (Always call and confirm events.)

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St. Francis Hieronymo Church

In 1847, the Mother Church of the Diocese of Wichita was set up in one of the government-built log structures at the Catholic Osage Mission. The missionaries dedicated the church to the patronage of St. Francis Hieronymo, a Jesuit, who had been canonized by the Church as a saint on May 10, 1839

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