Fields Chapel Trunk R Treat/Founders Day Fall Festival October 25

Published on Oct 18th, 2014 by Jasbir | 0

Our Exciting Event Is Here
October 25th; 4 PM – 8 PM
4-7:30 pm Bible Tellings, Historian, Booths (games/activities/pics), Hayride (including marshmallows @ firepit)
6:30 pm Prizes Awarded (1820’s costume; carved pumpkin; scarecrow/Bible character)
5:30-6:30 pm Light Dinner
7:30 pm Dancing Only (all booths closed and put away)

JOIN FIELDS CHAPEL UMC as we celebrate the founders/founding of our church by dressing in 1820’s costumes, playing games such as three-legged races, eating food and snacks, learning time-period crafts, taking a hayride, enjoying a cake walk, taking old-timey family photos, watch Bible tellings in action, and roasting marsh-mellows beside a campfire. It’s Trunk R Treat with a great theme and meaning! There is no better time to do this than in the Fall when the air just begins to crisp and cool and we are reminded of the many reasons we have to give thanks to God!

COME let us share the history of Fields Chapel UMC and our community! The evening will end with dinner and guided dancing for those who wish to participate! Dressing up is optional.

PRIZES will be announced at 6:30 PM for the best 1820’s costume present in the following categories: ages infant – 5; ages 6-10; ages 10-13; ages 14-21; ages 21-up; best gold miner; best rail road worker; best Cherokee Indian; best shop owner; best ladies; best man’s. PRIZES to the best carved pumpkin in the following categories: children ages 4-10; ages 11-25; 26 – up (NOTE: carve your pumpkin before the event and bring it to the event for judging). PRIZES to the best scarecrow/Bible character mash-up (NOTE: bring your creation – nothing scary though) and every child who gets their entire Fields Chapel UMC Founder’s Day Fall Festival Passports filled out by stopping by every booth will receive a small prize also.

BRING a donation to support outreach in the Canton area community (new socks, canned tuna, boxed stuffing).

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