St. Michael’s Fair Cancelled Due to Pandemic

A view from afar of St. Mike's Fair. Photo by Sam Foxwell.

St. Michael’s Fair is a staple each year for Lower Bucks, but like many other social events has been cancelled due to the pandemic.

The fair surrounds St. Michael the Archangel School and Church with rides, games, funnel cakes, and Cone Head’s Ice Cream. It typically occurs in late June through early July.

Event organizers say this is only the second time in nearly 70 years they’ve had to make this announcement.

“We ask everyone to be responsible and be safe for yourselves and those you love and especially for your community and neighbors. We will be back in the near future, bigger and better than ever!”

Bucks will be entering the yellow phase of Governor Wolf’s reopen plan on June 5. But large gatherings are still prohibited.

It is likely Bucks will not see any summer fairs until it enters the green phase. There is currently no date set for when this might happen.