Fiesta FAQs: What you should know before you go to the Topeka Fiesta Mexicana -- The FAQs are subject to change as new information becomes available. Thank you for your patience.
What is the fiesta?
The fiesta is Our Lady of Guadalupe Church’s annual fundraiser for Holy Family School, a Roman Catholic elementary school that is jointly administered and supported by Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish and Sacred Heart-St. Joseph Parish.
Who organizes the fiesta?
The fiesta, since its inception in 1933, is planned and operated by parish and community volunteers.
When is the fiesta?
Due to COVID restrictions in 2021, starting in April monthly FIESTA food sales will be held on the following dates from 11 am to 7 pm:
- April 23-24
- May 21 - 22
- June 25-26
- August 27-28
- September 24-25
Where can we pick up the Fiesta Food?
Fiesta food sales can be picked up at the windows on the side of the Marlo Cuevas-Balandran Activity Center at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 201 N.E. Chandler, Topeka, Kansas.
The menu for the Fiesta Food Sales will be the traditional favorites:
Tamales, Burritos, Enchiladas, Tostadas,. Tacos and Taco Salads, along with side options of Rice and Beans
Are there any food specials?
- April 23-24 - monthly food feature: Enchiladas
- May 21 - 22 - monthly food feature: Tostadas
- June 25-26 - monthly food feature: Pork Street Tacos
- August 27-28 - monthly food feature: Enchiladas
- September 24-25 - monthly food feature: Tostadas
Where do I eat?
Due to COVID restrictions, only pick-up options are available at the window of the Marlo Cuevas-Balandran Activity Center. Masks and social distancing are required.
Is other food available?
Please check for any additional specials that may be offered at each food sale event.