An Erie festival wraps up with a tasty home-cooked meal.
The Saint James School hosted its 60th annual Parish Festival.
Guests enjoyed pony rides, carnival games and baked goods.
Coordinators said it's the turkey dinner that keeps people coming back every year.
"Everybody at the parish comes together as a family to help out, all the school families, all the parish families and it makes it really a huge success. We really enjoy the three days of this. You get to see everybody and see how everybody can be a St. James family," said Nancy Veshecco, the event coordinator.
The event ran through Sunday evening.
Coordinators said despite the crummy weather Friday, they saw a good turn out.
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