For 33 years now has hosted a festival that has entertained area residents with a variety of food, entertainment and music and this year's event figures to be no exception.
The annual festival kicks off tonight and goes until Saturday night with plenty to keep visitors of all ages well entertained. Tonight's opening night festivities include a performance by the Howell Academy of Dance, a performance by students from the church's school and contemporary Christian music.
There are are more musical acts scheduled for Thursday before what figures to be an action packed Friday night. That includes an exhibition by a local martial arts academy and a throwback 60's pop/rock band which is scheduled to take the stage from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The festival wraps up on Saturday night with a variety of performances including Fr. Van Hagan the Christian Priest Musician. The Warnock-Seery School of Irish Dance will also give an exhibition on Saturday as will the Sentimental Journey Band.
There will also be a full variety of concessions available during the festival including hot dogs, hamburgers and cheesesteaks as well as zeppoles available for a snack.
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