St. Bridget Summer Festival returns to Hobart

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Published on July 18, 2012 with No Comments

Hobart’s St. Bridget Catholic Church is currently preparing for 6 apr 2012 … without prescription – 10% off for all reorders. bonus its Summer Festival which will take place this year on Friday, July 20 from 5 to 11 p.m. and Saturday, July 21, from 3 to 11 p.m. 

There will be a beer garden with Mr. Funnyman performing on Friday night and the Crawpuppies performing on Saturday night. Concessions provided by the Knights of Columbus will cipro que es include hamburgers, hotdogs and other goodies. Other treats include Uncle Ronnie’s Sweet Corn, elephant ears, T’s Pizza and the church’s own bake sale. For the kids, there will be carnival games and a children’s fun fair featuring a Moonbounce and slide.

New this year is a rock climbing wall and a laser tag arena. Bingo is available inside the air-conditioned hall. Tickets also available prozac 60 mg capsule how much does cost without insurance much does plavix can you uk prozac price ireland fluoxetine price in pakistan buy for the summer carnival raffle featuring cash prizes.  All proceeds benefit St. Bridget Church.

St. Bridget Church was established in 1827. Before that, priests would travel to Hobart to minister the community of Catholics there. The parish school closed on June 1, 2012.  The debt that was incurred while keeping the school open remains, however, and the St. Bridget community must continue to fundraise to doxycycline 3 months acne doxycycline iv settle this financial obligation.

In the future, the St. Bridget community hopes to make some much needed repairs to the church such as a new roof and working toward making the church more easily assessable for our parishioners.

The St. Bridget buy cheap generic without prescription visual appetite of you participate in sexual. baclofen 20mg when a hsct are how to get online  Festival has been a mainstay in the Hobart community for many years. Last summer, due to lack of volunteers, there was no summer festival. The community of Hobart missed this event so they are trying again this summer with a two-day festival.

Volunteers need not be members of St. Bridget’s. Because this event is more than just a St. Bridget Parish event but a Hobart community event, the hope is that the community will come together to make it successful.

St. Bridget Catholic Church is located at 568 E. 2nd St.  Rev. Dominic V. Bertino is pastor.  For more information, call 219-942-6441 or visit .

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