Glassboro celebrates St. Anthony’s Italian Heritage Festival

Sep 20, 2019 221

BY: Lindsey D'Ambrosio

On Saturday, September 14, the Glassboro community gathered together in Glassboro Town Square and Rowan Boulevard for St. Anthony’s annual Italian Heritage Festival. The event was held all day between the hours of 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Food trucks lined Rowan Boulevard, as families and Rowan students roamed freely to sample all the delicious food offered. Everything from lunch to dinner, and even dessert was served to those who attended.

Festival-goers could participate in carnival games such as Fat Cats, where players throw balls to knock over cats lined up on a shelf to win prizes, or Crazy Cans, where players throw bean bags at a pyramid of stacked cans to win a plushie toy. There was even an area safely caged where people could throw axes at a target. Alongside all the fun, the festival provided a charging station for cell phones.

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