Congers Valley Cottage Italian Festival

Dated: September 28 2011

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Looking for something fun and different to do this Sunday, Oct. 2nd?  How about heading over to Congers Station Park on Burnside Ave., in Congers for the 5th Annual Italian Festival!  The all day event will run from 11am to 6pm, with a raindate of Oct. 16th.  Not only will you have the opportunity to taste some great Italian food, there will be cooking demonstrations by Chef Marcello Russodivito of Marcello's Ristorante.  There is something for everyone at the festival, with live entertainment, craft fair, children's bounce house, pumpkin decorating, an Oktoberfest style beer garden and Italian wines for sale.  Admission is free, with shuttle service to parking, so no worries there.  For more info, check out the festival's website, www.congersitalianfestival.com.  Hope to see you and your family there!

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Kacy Coyle Dow

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