FORT FUN FAMILY NIGHT

 

Put out to the fort...

Join our parish family for our annual parish Fort Fun Night!!

 Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton’s 

4th Annual 

Fort Fun Family Night.

Friday, August 24 from 

4:00pm-10:00pm

CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO ONLINE REGISTRATION

Each adult (age 10 and over) will be able to enjoy unlimited plays at: mini-golf (both courses); laser tag; bumper cars;

video arcade; giant slide; paddle boats; bumper boats; and go-karts.

 

In addition, each person attending will receive two slices of pizza and a drink.

 

Due to height and weight restrictions, those under 10 will be able to enjoy all of the above activities

except for the go-karts (however, they may ride with an adult driver).

 

$20 for ages 10yrs and up, $12 for kids under 10.

Maximum of $60/ Immediate Family.  

Registration ends Friday, August 17 so don't delay signing up.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK TO ONLINE REGISTRATION 

 

  

 

Catholic Family Rosary and Picnic, August 18, 2018

Christ Our Life Iowa 2018

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St Elizabeth Ann Seton Road Trip Information:  SEAS Roadtrip

 

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FACT: Together we can change this.**

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