Steve Lilly, Volunteer Coordinator of Harvest Festival at First United Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs is inviting all ages to the 36th annual event.
Traditionally, Harvest Festival begins with a Bake Sale by the Hamilton Bible Class, so on Friday October 30, the Bake Sale will be held from 8am til 10am in the Fellowship Hall. Steve says get there early for the delicious selections of all kinds of baked goods and food gifts! The next day, which is Halloween, the Harvest Festival Stew and Chili Supper will begin at 4:30pm. Cost is $5 per adult, with children under 5 admitted free. Halloween costumes are welcome, as families are invited to stop in for supper as part of an evening of fun with their children. Once again, the good cooks at First United Methodist Church take great pleasure in inviting you to their church home for Harvest Festival 2015. A Silent Auction will take place during the dinner hour, then a live auction will start at 7pm with many unique items you will want for yourself as well as for holiday giving. First United Methodist Church is located at 301 Church Street, across from the Post Office in downtown Sulphur Springs.