St. Stephen’s Church in Oswego is holding its annual Parish Festival Aug. 11.
The festivities will begin at noon and last until 7 p.m. on the church grounds at 140 Niagara St. The event will take place rain or shine.
Traditional Polish foods, including kielbasa, glombki and three varieties of pierogi, will be available starting at noon. Picnic foods and light and adult refreshments also will be available.
A variety of games of skill and chance will take place for young and old alike. Highlights include the famous “Baked Goods” booth, which offers far more than the usual cakes and the popular “Beautiful Baskets” raffle, which consists of chances to win themed baskets. Lots of activities are planned for children to enjoy.
Music continues to be a special part of the St. Stephen’s Parish Festival, and this year DJ Bob Hagney will be spinning the tunes from noon until 2 p.m.
Live music provided by The New Direction from Buffalo will follow. The New Direction will play polkas and other popular tunes until 6 p.m.