DURYEA — The Nativity of Our Lord Parish held its annual bazaar Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12 at the Sacred Heart Picnic Grounds at 529 Stephenson St., Duryea.
The event featured live music nightly, a giant indoor flea market, cash raffle, baskets and variety stands. There were also children’s games and other various games of choice.
Ethnic and picnic foods were on hand, including wings, hand-dipped ice cream and a bake sale with homemade potato pancakes.
It looks like Anthony Chacko, left, and his brother John went fishing at the church picnic.
The Nativity of Our Lord Parish picnic wasn’t even 30 minutes old when the potato pancake queue started to fill up.
‘The best potato pancakes in the world,’ Andrew Lentowski exclaimed.
Ice cream was the call of the day for these young ladies. From left are Lauryn Moluski, Jenna Kaminski, Livie Hoban.
This 9-month-old blue-eyed beauty named Natalie loved the pierogies with mom, Christine and dad, Justin Lambert.
This little butterfly is 4-year-old Tyler Lynn Torres.
Mary Ann Krenitsky, left, and Viola Urban battled the heat of the stove as they dished out dozens of pierogies.