From: David Herkenhoff Date: Sep 13 16:44 UTC
St. Helena Parish is proud to host the annual Autumn Daze Festival! A long standing community event that gets better and better each year, you simply won’t want to miss out on all the fun which begins Friday, September 14th at 6 PM with games, music, bingo, food, a book sale, etc. as well as the big highlight, the fish fry (starts at 5:00). Come early to beat the line and stay for the music and cold beer just to be topped off with professional fireworks at 10 PM.
The fun continues on Saturday morning when the neighborhood lines the streets for the great Autumn Daze Parade. Beginning at 10 AM, bring the kids and others to join in celebrating local businesses, bands, students of St. Helena School, classic cars, and more. Of course, it wouldn’t be a great parade if there wasn’t candy being given out, so don’t forgot your bag to collect your treats.
All weekend long there are activities for the whole family. A large garage sale (Attic Treasures), quilt and cash bingo, live and silent auction, large book sale, great food, chance at a $5K and car raffle, kids games and rides. The wonderful St. Helena community and Father Villano welcome you with fellowship and fun. You will find yourself coming back each day because you wouldn’t want to miss the fun.
Visit the Autumn Daze website for more information including a detailed schedule – www.sainthelena.us/autumndaze
Like Autumn Daze on facebook for updates – www.facebook.com/AutumnDazeFestival
The attached coupon is good for a free hotdog. Print as many as you like / one per person per day.
Tell all your friends, family and neighbors about Autumn Daze!
3204 East 44th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55406
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