St. Theresa Feast brings food, fun for families in Pelham Bay

Hundreds attended the St. Theresa Feast in Pelham Bay Friday night to celebrate their Italian-American heritage.

News 12 Staff

Jun 22, 2019, 1:50 PM

Updated 1,760 days ago

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Hundreds attended the St. Theresa Feast in Pelham Bay Friday night to celebrate their Italian-American heritage.
The family-focused event kicked off in front of St. Theresa's Catholic Church on Wednesday and goes through Sunday.
The celebration, which is in its 23rd year, is known for Italian food, rides and games. There's also a raffle to raise money for the church and its school.
Organizers say the event is meant to bring people together and give families the chance to spend quality time together.
 
 


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