St. Michael’s Hosts Carpathian Festival This Sunday
A sure sign of Autumn is the St. Michael’s Greek Catholic Church Carpathian Festival at 296 Clinton Street in Binghamton. This Sunday parishioners combine to host their annual celebration and invite the public to attend.
If you are looking for delicious food, music,dancing and lots of fun you will find it all at St. Michael’s Sunday from 11 AM – 6 PM. St. Michael’s volunteers have been busy all week preparing thousands of pirohi and holubki. Along with those wonderful favorites visitors can feast on halushki, kolbasi and goulash. Yes…it’s all back Sunday !
Along with this wonderful menu of authentic, ethnic, home-made delights the St. Michael’s Carpathian Dancers will perform and Jeff Nyschot’s “Groove” will provide plenty of music for guests in attendance. Take-out is also available.
Father James Dutko will be a guest on WNBF’s First News tomorrow morning at 7:25 to discuss the history and tradition involved with his church and their annual Carpathian Festival. WNBF’s Roger Neel will broadcast live from the Festival from 11-1 on the Barb Mack Show on News Radio 1290 WNBF.