St. Mary’s School Festival set for this weekend
of the Greater Orange Area Chamber of Commerce gathered on Thursday at the
St. Mary Catholic School Festival Grounds (located at 2600 Bob Hall
Road, Orange, Texas) for the official ribbon cutting celebrating the
upcoming 77th Annual St. Mary Spring Festival which will take place this Saturday and Sunday (April 30 & May 1).
Joseph Daleo, and St. Mary School Students, Faculty, and Volunteers
welcomed the chamber ambassadors and other special guests to the ribbon
cutting. St. Mary Student Council President, McKenzie Dileo, told the
guests about all the exciting events and attractions of the weekend-long
festival and encouraged everyone to bring their families out to enjoy
the fun by promising, “There will be fun for all ages at our festival.”
Highlights of the weekend festivities will include:
– Games, Floating Human Bubble, Inflatables, *Plant Booth and the 3rd
Annual Beach Volleyball Tournament Sponsored by the Orange County Car
GREAT FOOD – Altar Society Sweet Shoppe, Mexican Food, Gumbo, Delicious Festival Burgers, Funnel Cake, Fried Oreos, and Hot Boiled Crawfish – 3 lbs with Corn and Potatos for only $10
LIVE ENTERTAINMENTby the St. Francis SonLight Band, Brand New Shoes, Area Dance Studios, and St. Mary School Students
LIVE & SILENT AUCTION – Live Auction Begins Saturday at 6 PM, Silents Auction Bids Close Sunday at 5 PM
GRAND PRIZE RAFFLE– Take-A-Chance Basket Winners and the Grand Prize Dixie Chopper Winner will be announced Sunday at 6 PM.
Festival Plant Booth will offer an extra large selection this year with
great prices on more than 600 beautiful plants including: Hibiscus,
Citrus Trees, Eucalyptus Trees, Big Leaf Copper Plant, Hamelia – Fire
Bush, Mexican Flame Vine, Butterfly Pea Vine, Dutchmans’ Pipe, Fireman’s
Cap, Varigated Sheffileria, Sego Palms, Snapdragons, Voltage Yellow
Osteosperman (African Daisy), Zinnias, Begonias, Petunias, Sunflowers,
Marigolds, Coleus, Variagated Lirope, Amarillis, Assorted Vegetables and
Herbs, and much more.
For more information or directions to the festival grounds call St. Mary Catholic School at 409-883-8913.