Mount St. Peter in New Kensington celebrates Italian heritage
Mount St. Peter Roman Catholic Church in New Kensington is celebrating its 32nd annual Festa Italiana from 5 to 10 p.m. through Saturday at the church along Freeport Road. Along with homemade Italian foods and desserts, there are games of chance, bingo, raffles and games and entertainment for children. Entertainment includes the Rick Farinelli Big Band tonight and the Cavaliers on Saturday. Shuttle buses are available from Valley High School. For more details, go to www.mountsaintpeter.org.
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