70th Annual Fall Festival

The 70th Annual St. Mary’s Parish Fall Festival to host a series of events for the entire community-and beyond!
Kick-Off begins with Drive-Thru Spaghetti Dinner and Online Auction September 16-25th.

In light of COVID-19 pandemic, the 70th Annual St. Mary’s Parish Fall Festival in Oak Ridge, TN will offer a series of events rather than a single day of festivities.

Join us as we kick off this year’s celebration on Wednesday, September 16th with an online auction, featuring a vast array of items sure to appeal to everyone: exclusive golf outings, event tickets, one of a kind art-and so much more! All proceeds go to benefit St. Mary’s School.

Click here for the online auction.

While shopping online, pre-order a delicious scratch made spaghetti dinner and homemade dessert to pick up on the afternoon of Friday the 25th. The traditional Knights of Columbus Spaghetti Dinner is going Drive-Thru this year from 3pm-7pm, including a delicious dessert from the Catholic Council of Women- and a free tabletop bouquet, courtesy of Mott’s florist, while supplies last! Enjoy your meal at home and place your final bids while the clock ticks down at the end of the auction! The Drive-Thru Spaghetti Dinner is currently accepting pre-orders at a discounted price and can be purchased online via either the school or parish website.

Below is a sneak peak of the exciting events coming in October: Be on the lookout for details coming soon:

70th ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL
CURRENTLY SCHEDULED SERIES OF EVENTS*

St. Mary’s School (SMS) Virtual Auction – 9/15 – 9/25
KOC & CCW Drive-Thru Spaghetti Supper – 9/25
St. Lucy’s Guild On-line Silent Auction – 10/2-10/9
Baking Contest: Entries Due & Judging on 10/9
St. Lucy’s Outdoor Sale – 10/10
DRIVE-IN MOVIE Events – 10/10, 10/17, 10/24 **
Trunk or Treat – 10/31
*Events may be added or modified depending on vendor availability and changing health department guidelines.
**Pending approval of vendor contracts

*The Festival Planning Committee has carefully reviewed the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, Tennessee Department of Health guidelines for events, and the Bishop’s Directives and has planned a series of events that will adhere to the recommended guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers, our parishioners, and the public.