St. Mary Catholic Church
Celebrating Our History / Sharing Our Heritage
Please Join Us For Our 123rd Annual Homecoming Bazaar
Rescheduled for October 22, 2017
The Fun Begins at 10:30am
Rain or Shine
St. Mary’s Bazaar is our annual fundraising event that began in 1894 as a church picnic celebrating the feast of the Nativity of Mary on September 8th. After WWII, the date of the Bazaar was moved to Sunday of the Labor Day Weekend. The bazaar not only raises money for the many needs of the church, but more importantly it gathers parishioners, friends, and guests together for a day of fun, food, and fellowship.
If you are a parishioner, come and be a part of the planning and welcoming for the Big Day.
If you’re looking for an exciting and fun-filled Sunday, come and be a part of our Bazaar tradition which cannot be equaled anywhere!
So what’s the big attraction of St. Mary’s Bazaar? Well… it could be the homemade barbeque dinner, the live auction is held in the parish Hall, Raffle prizes galore, or maybe it’s the games and booths for all ages. Whatever the attraction may be, we host an amazing day of fun for the whole family. Come out and join us on Sunday, October 22, 2017! You won’t be disappointed.
Booths & Games
Booths & Games
- Bazaar Volunteer Form
- To St. Marys - Plantersville from Houston
Go north on Interstate 45 to Conroe. From Conroe, take Hwy 105 west to Plantersville. Turn right at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205
Go west on Hwy 290 to Hempstead. Take Hwy. 6 north toward Navasota. Turn right on Hwy 105 east to Plantersville and turn left at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205
- To St. Marys - Plantersville from Bryan/College StationTake Hwy 6 south around Navasota and take Hwy 105 east (Conroe) exit. Turn left onto Hwy 105 to Plantersville and turn left at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205