By Maria Bohan
On Saturday, September 28th, the Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt and hundreds of community members will be ringing in the fall season at the 69th Annual Autumn Festival.
At the event, which is one of the oldest festivals in the area, attendees will enjoy shopping with local vendors, games, pony rides, music, food, and more. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Men and women of all ages travel from Rockland, Bergen, and beyond for a day of fall fun on the pristine convent grounds.
Without the support of local businesses and individuals, the Autumn Festival would not be possible. The Sisters of St. Dominic are eternally grateful to all who attend the event, and especially thankful for those who sponsor it.
In the weeks leading up to Festival, we will be highlighting the businesses and individuals who are sponsoring this year’s event.
Today’s article will feature Hiep Sanitation, this year’s Festival Game Sponsor.
Hiep Sanitation has performed one of the most important jobs in Rockland, Bergen, Orange, and Westchester Counties for over 45 years.
With professionalism and customer satisfaction as their priority, the Hiep family and their employees work six days a week to make sure our communities are clean and safe.
The Sisters of St. Dominic are excited to welcome back Hiep Sanitation as one of our Festival sponsors.
To learn more about Hiep Sanitation, visit their website.
Thanks to the support of Hiep and other local businesses, our 69th Annual Autumn Festival will be a great success.
If you are a business or individual interested in supporting the festival, you can learn more about sponsorship opportunities here. You can also contact Kerrin Kissel, Director of Development, to discuss sponsorship opportunities.
We look forward to seeing everyone on Saturday, September 28th from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM for an exciting day of family fun!
Maria Bohan is an Intern for the Development Office at the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Blauvelt, New York. She is a student at Bryn Mawr College majoring in English and a graduate of Pearl River High School.