Food, friends, music, food, dancing, and more food – it’s Kermes time!
Our annual street festival kicks off Friday, June 2 at 5:00 pm and concludes Sunday night with the drawing of the car raffle winner at 10:00 pm. Buy your raffle tickets today, sign up to volunteer, or make a donation of water or soda to help support the ministries of St. Pius V parish.
YOU make our Kermes a success!
We are so grateful to Caroline Schoenberger, a lawyer and friend of the parish, for being available for legal consultations on immigration issues several times over the past year.
Caroline will be at St. Pius V again on Sunday, May 21 in our chapel after the 9:15 am Mass for consultation with any parishioner about immigration issues, including securing guardians for children and property.
Join us for a discussion about our community on Tuesday, May 16 at 6:30 pm at St. Pius V parish.
The Chicago Community Trust’s On the Table is an annual forum designed to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships and inspire collaborative action across the region. Every May tens of thousands of Chicago-area residents gather in small groups to discuss the challenges and opportunities we face. These conversations inspire new ways we can work together to make our communities stronger, safer, and more dynamic.
St. Pius V Parish invites you to a discussion of: “The Impact of National and Local Politics on the Poor and Communities of Color.”
All are welcome!
Volunteers for the parish street festival – La Kermes – are asked to take a food handling safety class on Wednesday, April 26 at 6:00 pm in the parish hall, 1901 S. Ashland Avenue.
Participants in the class, which is taught in Spanish, will learn the basic regulations for safe and sanitary outdoor food handling. The certificate is valid for the entire summer festival season and required for all people who do food preparation or handling atoutdoor festivals.
The Kermes takes place Friday, June 2 through Sunday, June 4, 2017.