Event Details

FREE at the FEST: Entry, Live Bands, Obstacle Course, Craft Projects, Bouncy House, and Great Company!

We’ve got it all! Bouncy House, Inflatable 35′ Obstacle Course, Bingo, Raffle, Service Craft Projects, Food & Beverage, Popcorn, Ice Cream, and more!

1969 50th Class Reunion – For more information contact: Tom Martinelli.

Impromptu class reunions

Or even planned ones are easy to set up by going to the QP Alumni Facebook and posting a message for your class about where and when to meet – i.e. Beer Tent, 6:00 p.m.!


Beer and wine served until 8:45 pm. ID/wristband required. Please drink responsibly.


In Gathering Space from after Mass. Cash sales only.

Beverages (Non-Alcoholic)

A variety of cold beverages available. Event tickets required.

Bread from the Mound

Available in the Gathering Space while supplies last.

Entertainment: Live on the Festival Stage

The Steve & Mark Band – Alumni Steve Amato, Mark & Greg Sweeney

First Aid

A First Aid station staffed by current and retired medical professionals, located centrally with Ticket Sales and Volunteer Check-in booths. Please no dogs or bikes.


Catering by Catholic Multicultural Center – Culinary Creations – offering a variety of festival meal fare – burgers, brats, hot dogs, and black bean or beef tacos. And just for fun, Badger Popcorn & Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream! Tickets required.


Younger kids can enjoy Soda Bottle Bowling, Ring Toss, Lollipop Tree, Festival Tattoos, face painting, balloon hats and more.

Even older kids will have fun with Pop-a-Shot Basketball, Minute-to-Win-It, Corn Hole, Nerf Blaster, Bingo and more.

Wristbands are available for purchase for unlimited games.


4:00 pm Msgr. Ken Fiedler presiding, Mass Band leading song

Parish & School History

Displays in the Gathering Space; check it out!


Live CASH RAFFLE drawing in the auditorium at 7:30 pm. Service Tent Raffle also.

Service Tent
Begins after mass

Fleece Blankets
We will be tying larger fleece blankets for kids who are without a home and might be sleeping in shelters – or even in their cars.
Blessing Bags
These are Ziploc bags filled with things that we take for granted but can make all the difference in the world if you are homeless.
Badger Honor Flight Letters
We will be writing letters to those going on Badger Honor Flights, thanking them for their service.
Each project was chosen with the Catholic Church’s Works of Mercy in mind – so in addition to everything we are doing – we will be praying for each person who might benefit from the projects.
That means when you finish a blanket – we’ll have a prayer for you to say for the child who will use it.
When you finish a blessing bag – we’ll have a prayer for you to say for the person who will receive it.

See the VOLUNTEER section.  Volunteer check-in on the day of the event again will be centrally located near Ticket Sales and First-Aid. The HELP OF OUR WHOLE PARISH COMMUNITY IS NEEDED – WITH YOUR HELP, WE CAN ALL have a ton of fun!