St. John Vianney Festival Co-Chairs
Every year, St. John Vianney kicks off summer and celebrates the end of the school year with our highly anticipated Parish Festival.
This year, the Festival Committee changed plans to keep the health and wellness of our SJV community a priority. After evaluating the most current information on the COVID-19 pandemic we have made the exciting decision to hold this community building event later this summer.
New dates for 2021: August 6, 7, and 8
Rides, Music, Food & Fellowship
We all look forward to this great tradition that brings together friends, families and neighbors, and it is important to us that everyone who attends the Festival not only has fun, but feels safe as well. Stay tuned for more information.
We look forward to seeing you this year!
Stay on top of all the fun by following our Festival Facebook page!
Join us for our Run for our Cornhole Tournament, Saturday, 11 AM!
Team registration is $40 per team and includes entry fee, two beers*, and two burgers or brats. Please bring entry fee to check-in under the beer tent.
Space is limited to 32, two-person teams, with cash prizes for first and second-place winners.
Tournament starts promptly at 11 AM. Rain or shine.
*21 or older of course.
Join us for our Run for the Pig 5K Run/2 Mile Walk!
Registration is online only this year. To guarantee a T-shirt, you must register by July 26, 2021.
Discounts available for advance registration.
For more information, contact the run organizers through the online registration.
The festival is a fun time to work with friends, old and new!
Sign up to volunteer online to pick your favorite day(s), time(s), and role(s)! Please note: there are tabs for each day of the festival at the top of the page/form!
For more information, contact Kathy Uy, SJV Festival Volunteer Chair at KathyUy@wi.rr.com.
Funds raised by the festival support the parish & school projects and allow our parish to carry out our mission within the larger community. The sponsorship program is critical to event success as it is our safety net to cover our fixed expenses in case the weather does not cooperate.