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Weekend filled with food and fun

Layra Vazquez, 4, of Schenectady, left, checks out her painted face while Liliyana Alicea, 2, has her face painted at St. Anthony's Festa.
Layra Vazquez, 4, of Schenectady, left, checks out her painted face while Liliyana Alicea, 2, has her face painted at St. Anthony's Festa.
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There’s so much going on in Schenectady this weekend that no one could do it all. Tonight, St. Anthony’s Church kicked off its annual Festa, a three-day celebration of Italian food and festivities. A block away, the Celtic Faire will kick off Saturday on Jay Street with nine hours of Irish bands. Go uptown Saturday, and you can celebrate the end of slavery with the annual Juneteenth in Central Park. Or you can picnic at ...


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CalvinHobbes
June 18, 2011
8:01 a.m.

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There is also an open house at St. John's the Evangelist at 806 Union Street TODAY from 9-12. There will be games for the children, refreshments and prizes. There are contests and a chance to win prizes such as a nintendo 3DS gaming system!

dan
June 18, 2011
10:55 a.m.

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And the Schenectady Green Market Sunday morning, ultimate frisbee at Collins Park Sunday at 4, the new Dennys also opens at 4, and the open mic at the Moon & River Cafe Sunday night.

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