Pumpkin Patch

LOCATION:
@3925 Main St

On the church property
•• DO NOT go to the elementary school ••

Pallet Delivery

September 17th at 8am

Pumpkin Patch Set Up

September 24th at 8am

Pumpkins Arrive

October 1st at 9am (Hotdogs will be served afterwards)

Pumpkin Patch Open for business

October 2nd thru  October 31st

HOURS

Monday - Friday  3pm - 8pm

Saturday 10am - 8pm

Sunday 1230pm - 8pm

Available @ the Patch:

• Bags of decorating Straw $5

• Cold water & Soda & Chips $1

• Ornamental Gourds & Swan Gourds $3-$10

• Fall Crafts

• Many Photo Ops

• Large & In Charge Pumpkins

• Weekly Gift Basket Drawing $1

• Train Rides $2

• Country Store 

Family Fun Day

Saturday, October 8th  10am-5pm

Treasure Hunt, Bounce House, Games, Train Rides & A Costume Contest!

Bring Your Halloween Costume and Strut your stuff!

Contest Times: 12pm        0-4 year olds

                           1220pm   5-8 year olds

                           1240pm   9-12 year olds

••• BRING a non-perishable food item for the Food Bridge & receive FREE glow in the dark FANGS •••

Chili Night

Wednesday, October 19th 530pm - 8pm

 • Bowl of Home-Made Chili  $2

 • Hot Dog  $2

 • Cold Drinks $1

Trunk or Treat  

Friday, October 28th  6pm-8pm

Wear your Halloween Costumes 

Trunk or treat fun till the candy is gone!

Pumpkin Patch Tear Down

November 1st & November 2nd 

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NEW

Scarecrow Contest

For some cute decorations in our Pumpkin Patch this year, we need some Scarecrows. And YOU get to make them!

Please create Scarecrows that are waterproof and can be stuck in the ground with some sort of pole or broom handle. Personalize your creation by using stuff already on hand: old clothing, mops, unmatched socks, hats, etc. Create a family with child-sized Scarecrows & adult sized ones, movie stars, cartoon characters – whatever your imagination comes up with. Just as we said before, make them as sturdy & water-proof as possible, 3 ft. high minimum so no one will trip over them, and with a good “planting” pole.

Not artistic? The quirkier your Scarecrow, the better!

Who can create a Scarecrow? A Sunday School class, a family, a group of friends, the Youth, Kids, or indi- viduals.

We will have a prize for the winner but all will be on display in our Patch.

 

Due ASAP!

Start raking pine straw!

For Volunteering and Donations contact Susan Hendry or Karen Kwaak.

To Sign Up for a Shift at the Patch contact Marie Livings.

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