FAIRFIELD — Fun festivities and lots of food earmarked the annual Parish Picnic at St. Anthony of Padua Parish on Sunday afternoon.

Embracing its Polish-American roots, the 90-year-old church celebrated with a spread featuring stuffed cabbage, kielbasa and pierogies, along music, games, dancing and a large white elephant sale.

“This is a true community event,” said First Selectman Mike Tetreau, who attended. “You get people from every neighborhood down here to have a good time.”

“This is an event that makes Fairfield special,” he said.