It's exciting news to deliver! I'm so glad to be the bearer of this AWESOME news! Christ the King Catholic School's 45th annual Sausage Fest is returning for 2021!

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The event kicks off on Friday evening September 17th from 5 pm through midnight and continues on Saturday, the 18th from 11 am through midnight. The event is FREE and family-friendly.

According to a media release from Christ the King Catholic School:

Named one of the best community events by Tri-City Herald readers, this is also the 3rd largest event held annually in the Tri-Cities. Sausage Fest offers dozens of inexpensive games for kids of all ages, multiple food booths, a large outdoor beer garden featuring live music from local bands, plus performances by community acts.

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Most of the food served at the event is locally sourced from area farms not more than 40 miles away from the Tri-Cities. The corn served is picked the very same day. That's how FRESH it is! Also on the menu, all our community favorites including, bier rocks, Frito banditos, and slices of fresh pie.

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There will be live entertainment, bingo, and more!

Keep in mind that the festival this year is TWO days, NOT three. Sausage Fest is Friday, September 17th from 5 pm till midnight and on Saturday, September 18th from 11 am till midnight at Christ the King Catholic Church at 1111 Stevens Drive in Richland.

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