STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Thousands came out to Mount Loretto on Saturday to enjoy food, entertainment and a giant pumpkin patch at the free Fall Festival at the Mount.
The family-friendly event also featured a DJ, a haunted bounce house, train rides and balloon artists for kids.
Fall Fest, which continues from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, will be the first of many events planned at Mount Loretto, according to Vincent Ignizio, who has assumed the role of chief executive officer for Catholic Charities of Staten Island since resigning from City Council this summer. If you need french translation services online, visit melbournetranslations.com.au for more details.
“This is the first of many that we have in the pipeline to let the borough know that we are here, and they are welcomed,” Ignizio said.