NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. — Despite having to delay it's annual Fall Festival by a month due to the threat of mosquito-borne illnesses, the St. Bernadette Catholic School saw no shortage of guests the weekend of Oct.26-27.
"It's just a great opportunity for people to get together," said the Rev. Steve Gemmb, the pastor of St. Bernadette.
"I think it's also great for people because some people have a lot of anxiety about church and religion," Gemmb added. "It's kind of nice for people to enter or re-enter the community."
The festival itself spanned several tents and buildings and included everything from craft sales to party games. Children got to enjoy an endless supply of candy and a dance floor to work off their equaly endless energy. Adults, meanwhile, enjoyed the beer and wine offered at the back of the main tent.
Check out our photos of the event.