St. Al’s to hold community carnival June 25th-29th

This just in from St. Al’s… The carnival is open to the public, and advanced purchases of ALL DAY passes are discounted 25%. The passes are good for any one day during the event.

Join us for the return of the Saint Aloysius Feast Day Community Carnival!

Our carnival features fun rides and games for all ages, including the “Kiddie Korner,” complete with games, face painting and prizes.

There will also be homemade foods; pierogies, halupkies, meatballs, pulled pork, sausage with peppers and onions along with chicken fingers, burgers, hot dogs, crab fries, snow cones, cotton candy and waffles & ice cream! Adults can relax in the Beer Garden while listening to live music. Bring your family and fill your belly with carnival delights, take a whirl on our rides, play to win some prizes, and join the community in 5 nights of summer fun at the greatest carnival in the area!

Saint Aloysius Feast Day Community Carnival runs June 25th through the 29th, 6pm to 10 pm (3pm-10pm on Saturday) on the grounds of the former Saint Pius X High School, 844 N. Keim Street, Pottstown.

For questions, discounted ride bracelets, sponsorship inquiries or more, contact Saint Aloysius Parish Office at 610-326-5877, or See you at the Carnival!

Free plants at MOSAIC Community Garden tonight & tomorrow morning!

Calling all area gardeners!

The 8th grade students at St. Aloysius School started a bunch of plants from seedlings this past spring with help from Strogus Flower Shop and funding from the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation. They gave the starter plants to their parents and parishioners, but they had many more left over.

Anna Brendle from the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation suggested they get in touch with us. So… there are a bunch of good-looking plants at the rear of the garden now. The MOSAIC Community Garden is at 423 Chestnut Street, Pottstown, PA 19464. I’ll be there from 6-7:30 pm tonight and from 8-9:30 tomorrow morning if you want to stop by and pick some up. They’re FREE! There are mostly squash and zucchini, but also some spinach, peppers, and tomatoes.

After tomorrow morning, I’ll set the remainders on the rear curb of the garden, in the alley. Spread the word!

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