Zoobots are Riding Robotic Animals

There was to be a Victorian Christmas Fair at St. Luke’s School on Saturday the 6th.  Friday. preparations were in full swing.

I’d never heard of a ZOOBOT but read the listing on the poster at the gate.

Unfortunately, they had a very rainy day for the event.

robotic animals

Zoobots undercover

school fair

 

 

reindeeer

A couple of Carousel Reindeer for decoration

and the Victorian looking part on the iron fence

iron fence and red berries

Hudson Street
Between Barrow & Christopher Streets

(adjacent to the Church of St. Luke in the Fields)”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Not Forgotten

Brother Michael’s photograph is on the wall at Rocco’s Pasticceria down on Bleecker Street.

from the Villager Newspaper Screen Shot 2014-12-06 at 11.53.26 PM

Brother Michael LaMantia served “51 years as a brother in the Scalabrini Order and nearly 40 years at the parish in the heart of Greenwich Village.”

(Our Lady of Pompeii Church is across the street from Rocco’s.  My sister says there is a memorial to Brother Michael in the church.

Before Brother Michael passed in 2013, he gave the Pasticceria this statue of Saint Rocco.  Brother Michael is Gone, But Not Forgotten. 

Thanks to Krista Evans for this challenge

St.  Rocco

Rocco's Pasticceria

Rocco’s on Bleecker Street.

pastry

For the story of Saint Rocco you can check out the link in this post from the Saint Rocco Festival in Pittsburgh

Franco (posing for me with a cheesecake below) is the one who showed me Brother Michael’s prayer card on the wall at Rocco’s and told me that Brother Michael had given the Saint Rocco Statue to the store. Franco has been at Rocco’s for more than thirty years!

Franco

Here is Franco posing for me with a cheesecake.  Mary and I stopped in Saturday night for a coffee and pastry after a nice day at Galleries and Target First Night at the Brooklyn Museum.