Since we started 25 years ago, Fall Festival proceeds (more than $400,000 so far) have benefitted church and community programs.
Play all day and win prizes on our carnival midway. Play-all-day wristbands are a great value: $15 for one child, $25 for two children, $40 for three or more children per family.
Bring your holiday shopping list. Our Crafts Marketplace includes more than 90 vendors and our Silent Auction is full of one-of-a-kind gift ideas.
Gobble great food. Dine indoors in our Tea Room and outdoors at our Festival Café, featuring a special 25th anniversary menu item, Pastor Marty Vershel’s famous meatball sandwiches, while supplies last! Take away home-baked treats from Aunt Hattie’s bake shop.
Want to be part of the fun and help your community, too? Be a volunteer. Fall Festival is the perfect activity for volunteers of all ages, including scouting troops and high schoolers involved in service organizations and clubs. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For details, check out our link on Sign-up Genius.
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