Unico Presents Columbus Day Weekend Italian Feast

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CLARK—The Clark chapter of Unico invites area residents to enjoy the third annual Italian American Feast to be held this weekend in Clark. The feast will be held for three days during the Columbus Day weekend, Oct. 9-11, in the parking lot on the recreation side of the municipal building and also in front of the tennis courts.

The feast will consist of many of your favorite Italian foods including sausage, pizza, zeppole, eggplant, calzone, pastas, seafood and much more. There will also be beer and wine.

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There will be game trailers for everyone to take a chance to win prizes, plus a money wheel, 50/50, and an LCD Flat Screen TV raffle.

Children will be entertained by taking a spin on various rides, having their face painted and  receiving animal balloons. Of course cotton candy, popcorn, ices and ice cream will be on hand. Clark residents will be entertained by Brother John Brown, a live band, on Friday night. Sounds of the Street, a doo-wop band, will perform on Saturday night and there will be Italian music on Sunday. Various crafters and retailers will also be on hand for people to stroll along and shop.

The Clark Municipal Building is located at 430 Westfield Avenue.

Unico is the largest Italian-American service club in the United States, operating on a non-profit and non-sectarian basis. The proceeds raised from last year’s feast enabled Clark Unico to donate over $15,000 to academic and sport scholarship awards for local high school students, underprivileged and handicapped children, charities, community and civic activities.

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Local residents enjoyed last year’s Italian Feast.


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