Named the 'Feast of all Feasts'by National Geographic, The Saint Anthony's Feast dates back to the 1900's when Italian immigrants from Italy came to Boston's North End to begin a new life. With them they brought skills, a strong work ethic, their faith and the image of the village's patron Saint - Saint Anthony of Padua.
Since then, people come from far `and wide to celebrate the feast of St. Anthony, just as they do each year in the last week of August, in Montefalcione, Italy.
For 3 days, the North End will be filled with delicious food from famous restaurants like Pizzeria Regina and Polcari's, music, entertainment and more.
For a full schedule of events, visit www.saintanthonysfeast.com.
San Antonio Di Padova Da Montefalcione, Inc.