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Saturday September 21st 12-10PM

Sunday September 22nd 12-8PM

BERGEN STREET FEST IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF

ST. ANTHONY ORTHODOX CHURCH

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BERGEN STREET FEST IS A COMMUNITY EVENT
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PRESENTED BY ST. ANTHONY ORTHODOX CHURCH BERGENFIELD, NJ

TEANECK ARMORY

1799 TEANECK RD.

TEANECK, NJ 07666

DISCLAIMER: FOOD TRUCK, VENDOR, MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT LINEUP SUBJECT TO CHANGE; FESTIVAL ORGANIZERS CANNOT GUARANTEE PRESENCE OF ABOVE-MENTIONED FEATURES DURING FESTIVAL

HOURS/FAQ

\\HOURS

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21 12-10PM

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 12-8PM

\\LAWN CHAIRS

PLEASE BRING YOUR LAWN CHAIRS AND ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL FIELD AT THE ARMORY!!

\\ATM

ATM ON PREMISES.  ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY.

\\PARKING OPTIONS

PARKING AVAILABLE ON SITE, AS WELL AS ADJACENT STREETS, WARD PLAZA AND LIBERTY ROAD

\\ADMISSION PRICES

Adults $5

Children ages 2-12 $3

Under age 2 Free

\\PAYMENT OPTIONS

CASH AND ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED. 

\\WRISTBANDS

WRISTBANDS WILL BE GIVEN UPON ADMISSION FOR ALL GUESTS TO WEAR DURING THEIR VISIT

\\ENTRY & SECURITY

ENTRY IS AVAILABLE FROM THE WARD PLAZA AND LIBERTY ROAD BOOTHS

\\ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

ALCOHOL MAY NOT BE BROUGHT INTO THE FESTIVAL.  PURCHASED ALCOHOL MAY BE CONSUMED ONLY ON THE FESTIVAL GROUNDS.  ONLY THOSE 21+ YEARS OF AGE ALLOWED INTO THE BEER GARDEN

\\WEATHER

BERGEN STREET FEST IS RAIN OR SHINE.  THE RAIN DATES OF SEPTEMBER 28-29 WILL BE USED ONLY IN THE CASE OF A NATURAL DISASTER.  

\\THESE ITEMS ARE PROHIBITED

OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK, WEAPONS, FIREARMS

\\PETS

 Animal Blessing at 1 PM on September 21 and 22.  

All animals must be restrained

Dogs on leashes, reptiles in tanks. Cats, bunnies, birds, and all God’s creatures in carriers or cages

 NO EXCEPTIONS

  Come and join us in this celebration! Special vendors with goodies and pet products will be here.

**Information regarding St. Mamas (Orthodox Patron Saint of Animals) can be read at: http://www.newbyzantines.net/byzcathculture/stmamas.html