FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) about St. Patrick’s Celebration (and Answers)
How much do I have to pay to get in?
$12 for ages 19 and older
$ 4 for minors 3 to 18
No charge for ages 2 and younger with paying adult
Is food included in the admission price?
What kind of food do you serve?
Bangers and mash with onion gravy and Irish soda bread – $13.
Hot corned beef sandwiches – $9
Assorted sandwiches – $8
Cookies, chips, Irish soda bread
Do you take credit cards?
Cash is preferable. There is no ATM on site.
Since you don’t have an ATM, can I write a check for $50 – $100 since I’ll be buying food and drinks and tickets to the raffle?
Yes. Please be prepared to show your ID.
Where is the nearest ATM machine?
At the 7-11, a block away.
My daughter, niece, grandchild is dancing. Do I have to pay admission to watch?
Is there a place to smoke?
Yes, OUTDOORS and far away from the entrance.
What about parking?
This year, you may park in Holy Rosary Church parking lot. There is a sign posted “NO EVENT PARKING.” This excludes guests to the St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations. There are “Pay For” parking meters until 10 p.m. all around Aquinas hall. To avoid getting a ticket, pay the meter.
Is the Aquinas Hall wheelchair accessible?
Yes, it is.
Do I have to buy food or drink?
No. You are welcome to come and enjoy the entertainment.
Can I bring my own beer or wine?
Absolutely no alcohol will be brought in or leave the premises.
Will coffee and tea be available?
Yes and it will be complimentary.