By CARLOS GALLEGO
AAP staff writer
MINNEAPOLIS (July 28, 2013) — The church held its annual Summer Festival this past Saturday and Sunday with hundreds of people attending the festival.
The festival was attended by parishioners, their friends as well as many community people who wanted to stop and have some traditional Vietnamese food and enjoy the music. There were many games and activities for the children as well as performances by many Vietnamese singers and a Taekwondo demonstration. Also several vendors were present to provide information of various health and educational programs.
Those providing information included the American Cancer Society and Vietnamese Social Services and Children’s Dental Services. There were also screenings for diabetes and high blood pressure.
St. Adalbert, a vibrant church founded in 1881. Throughout the years it has served the community and now particularly the Vietnamese community.
The church pastor is Rev Minh Xuan. English services Sundays – Fridays at 8:30 am and Saturdays at 4:30 p.m. They offer Vietnamese language mass Sundays at 10 a.m.
For more information contact them at 651-228-9002. They are located at 265 Charles Avenue in St. Paul’s Frogtown neighborhood.