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St. Matthias Kicks Off 28th Annual Carnival With Rides, Food, Games

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The 28th annual St. Matthias carnival kicked off May 12.

The carnival, which will run through May 17, features more than 15 rides, games, a variety of food and a super 50-50 raffle.

The schedule is as follows:6 to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Friday, 2 to 10 p.m. Saturday and 2 to 0 p.m. Sunday.

From the Web site:

ONE-PRICE RIDE DAYS:
Wednesday, May 13- One price rides. Pay $25 and ride all night,

Thursday, May 14 and Sunday, May 17 are Bracelet Days. For the one price of $25, you can ride the rides as many times as you want all night Wednesday or Thursday or all day Sunday.

SPECIAL CARNIVAL NIGHTS
Tuesday, May 12 – ONE Dollar, Hot Dogs
Wednesday, May 13 – ONE price rides,. Pay $25 and ride all night.
Thursday, May 14 – Ascension Thursday and the Feast of St Matthias;ONE price rides,. Pay $25 and ride all night.
Friday, May 15 – Fish Fry Friday
Saturday, May 16 – ONE Dollar, Hot Dogs from 2 pm to 6 pm
Sunday, May 17 – ONE price rides., Pay $25 and ride all night. Drawing of Super 50/50 at 9 pm. Need not be present to win. Last year’s winner took home nearly $19,000. Tickets are $3.

2015 St. Matthias Carnival Opening Night

 


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