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Beloved St. Anthony’s Festa returns to Schenectady

Food, fun, music take over Seward Place this weekend

Maria Cerrone, left, and Doreen Ditoro, both of Schenectady, cook 35 pounds of ditaline pasta at St. Anthony's Church in Schenectady on Thursday in preparation for this weekend's Festa.
Maria Cerrone, left, and Doreen Ditoro, both of Schenectady, cook 35 pounds of ditaline pasta at St. Anthony's Church in Schenectady on Thursday in preparation for this weekend's Festa.
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Seward Place in Schenectady will be filled with Italian food, live music, laughter and dancing this weekend as thousands gather for the annual St. Anthony’s Church Festa, one of the largest and most beloved street festivals in the area. The Festa, which pays tribute to the parish patron saint, will run from today to Sunday and is open to the public free of charge. Preparation — especially the food — for this year’s Festa is ...

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