Christ United Methodist Offers Fall Carnival On Oct. 30

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Christ United Methodist Church is having a Fall Carnival on Wednesday, Oct. 30.

 

It will feature burgers grilled outdoors, hot dogs, trimmings and sides; carnival games; photo booths; inflatable games; and hayrides.

 

Children 3 years and under will have games in their own space.

 

Organizers said, "Not only all this, but we will the amazing Gym Masters from Southern Adventist University again to perform their amazing, high-flying acrobatics. This grand finale alone is worth the price of admission, which is absolutely zero. That’s right – everything, including dinner, is free to all."

 

Kids of all ages should wear their Halloween costumes.

 

Dinner begins at 5 p.m., and will be served and eaten in both the Commons and the gym to avoid long lines. 

 

In case of bad weather, organizers will take a rain check on the inflatables and hayrides and have everything else indoors.


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