Holy Rosary's annual Italian Street Festival, a free, two-night event where everyone is Italian, takes place at 520 Stevens St., June 12-13, 5-11 p.m. Given the free admission, you can spend all of your money on food ($1 per food ticket, with the average food item costing three to five tickets) as over 25 authentic Italian foods are offered, most of them made fresh on site by Holy Rosary's parishioners. There are over 20 varieties of wine, averaging about $20 a bottle, and beer (4 bucks a cup). Other festival features include live music and dancing, rides and bocce tournaments. Plus, staying true to their Italian Catholic heritage, Holy Rosary holds two church services during the festival, both on Saturday (4:30 and 7 p.m.) The traditional procession, including a statue of the Blessed Mother Mary followed by the children of the parish families, begins at 6:30 p.m. For more info: www.italianheritage.org.