Fall-tastic Fun is Coming to Pasadena

Fall Fest is back at St. Philip the Apostle School in Pasadena. Join in all the Fall-tastic fun on Saturday, October 24 from 2-10pm. You won’t want to miss this day packed with family activities, delicious food and sweet treats.

You and your family will have a blast playing life-size Foosball, Euro Bungee Jumping, enjoying the carnival games, trying your luck at Bingo, and finding the pick of the patch at our Pumpkin Patch. Plus, be sure to visit the Haunted House…if you dare.

All that family fun is sure to work up an appetite. Quench your thirst with a frosty cold one, margarita or glass of wine at the Oasis and take a culinary tour of the world by visiting the Fall Fest food booths. To top off the day of fun, grab a treat from the Sweets booth and watch the always-entertaining Variety Show where students perform live acts beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets. Grand prize is $3,000. The raffle winner will be announced at the end of the talent show and need not be present.

“Not only is Fall Fest a major fundraiser for the school, but, more importantly, it provides the opportunity for us to build a stronger sense of community within our school and parish as well as welcome families from the broader Pasadena community.” said Joan Powe, Fall Festival Chair.

St. Philip the Apostle School is located at 1363 Cordova Street, Pasadena.

The mission of Saint Philip the Apostle School is to provide a child-centered learning environment in which the spiritual, intellectual, emotional and physical needs of each child are met. As an essential component of the teaching ministry of Saint Philip the Apostle Parish, the school provides an exceptional education by integrating Catholic values with high academic standards and service to others. The school embraces an appreciation of diversity and mutual respect and seeks to inspire each student to adopt his or her unique role as a child of God.


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