Festival-goers spin in circles on a popular carnival ride at the 2016 St. Stephen Polish Festival. Photo by Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub
By Scott Bolthouse—Hub Editor
This spring, the St. Stephen Polish Festival will be celebrating its 69th year of offering local family entertainment in New Boston May 19 through 21.
The festival, which is held on the grounds of St. Stephen Catholic Church, 18858 Huron River Drive, features plenty of polish food, dancing, carnival rides, kids games and more.
The festival also hosts an arts and crafts show inside of he church’s 3,000 square-foot parish center, and a gambling room will be open on Friday and Saturday.
Bands will be rocking the stage all weekend long, including the popular local band The Phoenix Theory, who is slated to play two nights at the festival.
Polish mass will also be held on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. with Mike Carey.
For more information, including festival hours, parking information, and a full band lineup, visit www.ststephenfestival.com.
Slideshow: Past festival fun.
Photos by Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub