Since 1896, food, games, fireworks and entertainment for the whole family. There will be a solemn mass and procession on Saturday at 10am. There will be additional vendors on the street selling roasted nuts, kettle corn, artichokes, gyros, lemonade, elephant ears, clams, funnel cakes and more! Also there will be Italian musical entertainment on the street - singers, choral group, and dancers. The Feast closes with an evening procession on Sunday following the 8 pm Mass --- and begins at Holy Rosary Church at 9:30 p.m. This procession heads up Mayfield Road to E. 123 rd street and returns down Mayfield Road to the Church, followed by a closing prayer service. Fireworks will follow at approximately 10:00 p.m. in Tony Brush Park.