Are you missing your biggest, best opportunity to share Christ’s love? This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Gail Finke Festival season is in full swing in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, where church festivals raise much-needed funds and provide fun for Catholics and non-Catholics alike. But
German Catholics gathered with non-Catholic Germans and Cincinnatians of all kinds for the annual Kolping Society of Cincinnati’s Schutzenfest, billed as the oldest German festival in the nation. A revival of a medieval German “marksman contest,” the festival held at the organization’s Mt. Healthy clubhouse and park culminates in a
Blackjack, poker (high and low stakes), roulette, big six, instants, split the pot more. $8 person or $15 a couple (includes refreshments), ends at 1 a.m. Must be 21 to attend. Major award: five top prizes for a total of $2,000. Proceeds go to maintain the parish facilities and purchase
5th annual festival featuring a reverse raffle with a grand prize of $20,000; catered dinner from 5 – 10 p.m. for $10; adult games of chance beginning at 6 p.m., silent auction, more. Appetizers, domestic and craft beers, wine, soft drinks, and cash bar. For information call 513-477-0336.
Big 6, Hi-Lo, Jumbo Poker, and other games, including instants and a split-the-pot raffle. $5 at the door; beer, soft drinks, chips, and pretzels available to purchase. Must be 21 to attend.
St. Henry, Our Lady of Good Hope, and Bishop Leibold School invite all to their Monte Carlo Night and Fish Fry. Enjoy all you can eat fish, auctions, Texas Hold ‘Em, and more. Must be 21 to attend.