Donations of new & like-new items such as housewares, small furniture, holiday items, games,
small appliances, china, glassware, collectibles, fashion accessories such as wallets, handbags & jewelry are being sought for our upcoming SAINT MARY FEAST ATTIC TREASURES SALE to be held both SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH from 8:00AM – 1:00PM AND during
SAINT MARY FEAST on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH in all 3 Saint Mary Annex rooms!!
No bedding, clothing, used stuffed animals, outdated electronics or books please. Items must be in good condition or working order.
Donations may be brought to Saint Mary Annex - Room 3 beginning Monday, August 28th
through Friday, September 8th. Drop off hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-5pm,
Wednesday evenings from 7-9PM, and Saturday, September 2nd from 9AM -1PM. Here is your
chance to donate duplicate and unused gifts and purchases stored away for a worthy cause!
Come and browse our Attic Treasures on either day and join us on SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10TH
for ETHNIC FOODS, GAMES, MUSIC, RAFFLES, ENTERTAINMENT AND FAMILY FUN!
STEVE & DON
At this year’s event, music will be provided throughout the afternoon by Steve & Don, two singer-guitarists who may already be known by many St. Mary Feast-goers, each for very different reasons:
Steve (Bernstein) is one half of Steve & Steve (the other half being Steve Messinger), the 60s duo who provided the music at last year’s (2016) St. Mary Feast. Steve & Steve started performing together while students at Franklin & Marshall College in 1969 and today they’re still “keepin 60s music alive” (when they don’t have a conflict), whether its performing at venues near “Bernie’s” home in Eagleville, PA, or near “Mess’” home in Atlanta, GA, or warming-up audiences for the dozen-or-so bona fide 60s artists Steve & Steve have opened-for at the Sellersville Theater 1894 over the past few years, artists like The Grass Roots, Jay & The Americans, Gary Puckett, The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz and Herman’s Hermits’ Peter Noone.
Don (Dannemann), one of those bona fide 60s artists, was the lead guitarist and co-lead vocalist of the 60s band, The Cyrkle. (Yet another group of college guys, only they met at Lafayette College and formed The Rondells.) From that to signing a management contract with Beatles’ manager Brian Epstein and underwent a name change. In 1966, The Cyrkle scored two big hits on the Billboard charts: “Red Rubber Ball” (which peaked at #2) and “Turn Down Day” (which made it to #14). Given their name by Brian Epstein – and its peculiar spelling by John Lennon – The Cyrkle has the distinction of being one of a select group of bands that accompanied, and opened-for, The Beatles on the Fab Four’s last U.S. Tour.
If you’d like more information on Steve &/or Don, feel free to email Steve at Boinie656@aol.com