The Feast of Saint Rocco
Chairmen meet January through September. One meeting with booth chair people
Rocco barn/chairmen - and in the conference room with booth chair people
Approximately 600 members from parish volunteer during, before, and after the feast.
40th Feast of St. Rocco - August 9 - 13, 2018
|Rides Open||Thursday, August 9||5:00-10:00pm|
|Food Booths, Rides and Music||Friday, August 10||5:00-10:00pm|
|Anointing Mass||Saturday, August 11||10:00am under the tent|
|Food Booths, Rides and Music||Saturday, August 11||11:00am-10:00pm|
|Closing Mass and Procession of the Statue||Sunday, August 12||10:30am|
|Food Booths, Rides and Music||Sunday, August 12||12:00-8:00pm|
The 40th annual Feast of St. Rocco will take place from August 5-12. The Opening Mass will be at 10:30am, Sunday, August 5. The Anointing Mass will take place on Saturday, August 11 at 10:00am. The Closing Mass and Procession of the Statue will be on Sunday, August 12 at 10:00am. Food, entertainment and rides will be available August 10-12. Rides and limited food (hamburgers and pizza) will be open August 9.
This festival is not possible without the help of hundreds of volunteers, from set-up to booth help through breakdown. Volunteering for St. Rocco is a great way to meet people and help the parish at the same time.
Saint Rocco Festival The planning and pre-work for this summer's August Saint Rocco Festival is already underway. There may be snow on the ground right now, but a lot of the work by the Volunteer Steering Committee must take place now and we look forward to, and prepare 40th Annual Feast of St. Rocco and the future of the festival. This wonderful event will have had a long and glorious run and with the 40th Festival, we will conclude its present format. The nature of events and volunteerism have changed over the years and we must positively cooperate with the changes. We are looking forward to making this final festival one which will carry with it the traditions food, fun, family, friends and Faith!
The festival is a time for families, friends, and neighbors to gather and enjoy good Italian food and entertainment in a total family-friendly atmosphere.
- Peter Brunelli
- Michael DeGrazia
- Thomas Olsen
- Frank Fiorillo
The parish runs all food booths. Booth chair people and booth workers are always needed. There are opportunities for volunteers for all ages.
Examples of activities or ministry’s work:
A religious and fun experience. Booth worker, booth chair people, set-up, clean-up, supply runners
Time commitment for a member:
From beginning to end - can be as long as the entire weekend or as short as a 3-hour shift
Who is eligible to join:
Parish - anyone