All Saints Episcopal Church is hosting a festival 4 to 9 p.m. Sept. 9 and noon to 9 p.m. Sept. 10.
This is a change of dates from the ones previously listed in August.
A garage sale will be included Sept. 10. All events will take place at Academy and South First streets in Fulton.
The festival will include pulled pork sandwiches, jams and preserves, along with baked goods. Farm-fresh maple syrup, honey and eggs also will be featured along with demonstrations. Rides and/or bouncy houses will be available to entertain the young, along with various games.
Church members are reaching out to all churches and service organizations in the area to give them the opportunity to join the festival. Booths are available for arts, crafts, food, entertaining children, information and more.
Proceeds from booth rentals will be put toward church programs and outreach, including the Tuesday Night Free Community Dinner, which has served thousands of free dinners to Fultonians since 2009.
Feel free to spread the word of this program for those who are in need of a warm meal. Tell them to drop in on Tuesdays between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. for dinner.
To reserve booth space or for details, call Sonja Shoen-Delong at 378-3744, Marilou Santoro at 343-0172 or Lynn Bullard at 598-9535.
Tuesday night All Saints’ menu
Here is the menu for August and September for the All Saints Episcopal Church Tuesday night free community dinners:
- Aug. 13: Fritatta with sausage, green beans
- Aug. 20: Egg salad sandwich, pasta salad, applesauce
- Aug. 27: Hamburgers and macaroni salad
- Sept. 3: Soup, toasted cheese sandwich, salad
- Sept. 10: Chicken and biscuits, vegetable
- Sept. 17: Spaghetti and meatballs, salad
- Sept. 24: Cheeseburger casserole, green beans, pasta salad.
The menus are subject to change.
Feel free to inform others who are need of a warm meal about the program. Drop in between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays for dinner.