The Lenten season is almost here.
And, of course, that means the return of Fish Frys all around the area!
Once again, KDKA.com is compiling our annual list of churches, volunteer fire departments and other organizations for the 2017 KDKA Fish Fry Guide.
We’re bringing the guide back again so you can plan ahead on your Fridays and find some great places to grab the catch of the day!
Sumbit your group’s information, browse through the listings and check out NewsRadio’s itinerary by clicking below:
Search For A Fish Fry Near You:
Lent starts on March 1, so our complete 2017 KDKA Fish Fry Guide is a work in progress! Make sure to keep checking back as it continues to grow!
Want To Be Listed In Our Guide?
You can submit your group’s Fish Fry information by filling out the form below:
Want NewsRadio 1020 KDKA To Visit Your Fish Fry?
Once again, NewsRadio 1020 KDKA will be out and about at Fish Fry locations throughout Lent!
In fact, Robert Mangino will visit one Fish Fry every Friday.
If you want us to consider visiting your Fish Fry, just let us know by checking the box on the submission form above.
There’s only one stipulation… you have to feed Robert, so he can talk about how great your Fish Fry is!
Check Out NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Fish Fry Itinerary!
Here is the list of Fish Frys that Robert will visit in 2017:
- 3/1: St. Joan of Arc on Library Rd. in South Park from 11am-1pm
- 3/3: Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Cathedral on Sarah St. in Pittsburgh from 11am-1pm
- 3/10: Our Lady of Miraculous Medal on Pike St. in the Meadow Lands from 11am-1pm
- 3/17: Holy Angels Parish on Baldwin Rd. in Pittsburgh from 11am-1pm
- 3/24: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton on 3rd Ave. in Carnegie from 11:30am-1:30pm
- 3/31: Christ United Methodist on Highland Rd. in Bethel Park from 11am-1pm
- 4/7: Epiphany Church on Washington Pl. in Pittsburgh from 11am-1pm
- 4/14: Holy Spirit Parish on Farragut St. in Millvale from 11am-1pm