St. Joe’s Picnic celebrates 168 years this weekend with food, booths, song and more
August 13, 2017 - Picnic Time
With a untimely continue this week, a St. Joe’s Picnic roughly snuck adult on us. But it is indeed August, that means it’s time to drink, eat and play for a children this weekend during a annual fundraiser for a St. Joseph Children’s Home.
The festival is celebrating a 168th year, that means it’s doing something right by charity adult kid-friendly attractions, food trucks, gambling tents, drink and live song for a some-more than 60,000 attendees who accumulate any year.
The Pre-Picnic Party, hold on Friday, Aug. 11, from 5-11 p.m. will underline booths for both children and adults, as good as live song by Danny Flanigan a Rain Chorus and a renouned Rumours: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac. And on Saturday, a events run noon-midnight, with all a booths, food trucks, etc., open, as good as live song by Rearview Mirror (only in a VIP tent).
And vocalization of pronounced VIP Tent, a $50 ticket gets we entrance to an air-conditioned tent, a giveaway duck cooking buffet, bar use and private restrooms. For $10 more, we can get a VIP parking space.
General admission, however, is free.
All deduction from a St. Joe’s Picnic assistance support abused and neglected children in Kentucky. Since a first in 1849 as an orphanage, a St. Joseph Children’s Home has supposing preserve for some-more than 75,000 children.
Today, a nonprofit also helps children who have been private from their homes due to neglect, abuse, domestic assault or piece abuse.