People came prepared for a fun-filled evening with hearty appetites. The Italian festival has existed for the last 100 years.
The Hudson Valley’s longest-running Italian celebration is this one.
Tomorrow night, at 5, there will be a fireman’s parade, and at 9:30, there will be a little fireworks show, according to Anthony Capicotti, feast chairman for the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Society.
You can anticipate trying a variety of Italian foods, such as empanadas, zeppole, shish kabob, and Italian sausage. Children’s rides and games are also available at the Feast.
There are amusement rides and games, live music, and an abundance of authentic Italian dishes, such as cannolis and sausage and peppers, to select from.
In fact, the sausage and peppers at the festival are famous.
Although the festivities have been ongoing since Sunday, organisers promise that there will be much more to come.
The feast concludes on July 17. On Sunday, the feast will begin earlier at 3 p.m., and it will finish with a fireworks display.