“We look forward to lots of fun and games for adults and children alike,” event organizers said. “Our pumpkin patch will be open, and a photographer will be available to take pictures in the ‘patch.’
“We will have a cake walk, dunking booth, children’s and adult games, face painting and lots of other activities.”
Music in the sanctuary will be provided the Gospel Truth, Paula Christiansen and the FUMC Praise Band.
This event is open to the public at no charge and “The Table” fellowship meal is free to the public. Church members will serve hamburgers, hot dogs, chips and drinks until they run out of food.
The Table fellowship begins at 11 a.m. with all other activities beginning around the close of the Western Week Parade downtown. Parking is available in the lot across the street from the church and fire station.
“Come help us celebrate God’s work in our community and see how you can be a vital part in lifting those in need,” FUMC members added.