This is an annual fund raising event. Held the first Friday and Saturday in August, it brings together a great number of parishioners to work the various number of game and food booths over the weekend. Preparations and planning take place during the months prior to the bazaar.

2022 Annual Homecoming Bazaar Updates Below

Who:      All parishioners

When:     First weekend in August.


We will soon be sending out raffle tickets and asking you to purchase or sell them as a big help to our bazaar.

We’re looking forward to another great bazaar in August.

Please check back frequently for updates!

2022 Event – Update July 30th, 2022 

BAZAAR HOURS are this Friday and Saturday from 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. The tents will be going up. Prep  work for the foods is being done. Pre-orders are being taken. Volunteers are getting organized. It’s going  to be great week. All we need is you! Plan to be here and enjoy some delicious foods, play some great  games, and sit and enjoy each other’s company.

TRICKY TRAY BASKETS are set up in the Church Hall for your perusal after all this weekend’s Masses. You  can get a good look at them and take some chance to win a few. Drawing for the winners will begin at  8:00 P.M. Saturday night of the Bazaar.

FOOD PREPARATIONS: This Tuesday starting at 9:00 A.M., we will be making the Halupki (stuffed cabbage  rolls). If you can help, please stop by.

TENT SET-UP: The tents arrive on Wednesday and we will get right to work on setting them up with  tables, chairs and lights. Game stands will be erected as well. Any help is greatly appreciated.

BAZAAR CLEAN-UP takes place on Sunday morning. After two days of running around working the  Bazaar, everyone is worn out so we could really use some fresh help on this day. Cleaning up the area,  putting away the tables & chairs, and putting things back to normal. Don’t be shy. Come out and help.

2022 Event – Update June 18th, 2022 

RAFFLE TICKETS have been mailed out to everyone on our list. If you didn’t receive your’s, please call us.  Please do what you can to buy or sell these tickets and help make our Annual Bazaar a huge success.

PIEROGI MAKING will take place on Monday, July 11th , starting at 9:00 A.M. We can use all the help we  can get as it makes the job easier and faster. Even if you can’t stay the whole time, come for an hour.

SPONSORS: We request local businesses to sponsor our Bazaar at different giving levels. These are the  name you see advertised around the tents and the grounds. If you would like to be a sponsor or even  recommend someone you think might want to be one, call the Church office and someone will contact them with details.

DONATIONS: Our Bazaar is successful because of your donations. If you can help once again, its greatly  appreciated.

FOOD AREA: napkins, paper towels, 9 oz. cold cups, 8 oz. styrofoam cups, 9″ styrofoam plates and 6″ & 9″  paper plates. Also butter, ketchup, mustard are items we need.

GAMES AREA: books, shoe boxes, and only new items for the Tricky Trays.

TRICKY TRAYS: These beautiful baskets we put out are made up of new items that we organize into themes. If you have any items you wish to donate we could use them. These baskets will be on display in  the Hall two weeks before the Bazaar to purchase chances.

VOLUNTEERS: As you know, it takes a lot of volunteer help to put on the Bazaar. If you can help, before in  setting up, during the Bazaar in the food or games areas or cleaning up afterwards, please call Sue  Gallagher at the Church.

2022 Event – Update June 6th, 2022 

PARISH HOMECOMING 2022 is scheduled for Friday & Saturday, August 5th & 6th from 5:00PM to 9:00 P.M.

We’re planning a another great Bazaar. Food will include: Halupki, Pierogi, Sausage & Peppers, Meatball Subs, Cheese Steaks, Chicken Sandwiches, Potato Pancakes, Funnel Cakes, Zeppoli plus the regular picnic  foods and desserts. We will have a number of kids games available and of course the Tricky Trays, Mystery Packages, Book Tent and Grand Raffle.

If you can help with some donations, it is greatly appreciated.

  • FOOD AREA: paper plates, 6″ & 9″, aluminum
    foil, paper towels, napkins, also, butter.
  • GAMES AREA: books, and only new items for
    tricky trays.