Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the 44th annual Fall Festival at St. Jude Catholic Church from 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Oct. 15 at 500 E. Dallas St.
Admission and parking are free.
Try human foosball, Toxic Leaps & Bounds, Excalibur Obstacle Course, Jurassic Dinosaur Combo Bounce House, Down on the Farm Petting Zoo, cake walk and the Train!
Play Plinko, 8 Ways, Big Ring, Duck Pond, Lollipop Tree, Ring Toss, TP Toss, Darts, Lotteria and Putt Putt Golf.
Ethnic foods will be available, like gorditas, flautas, tacos, eggrolls, Plus hamburgers and sausage on a stick.
A disc jockey will play music all day, and vendors will line up to sell from Buff City Soaps, Gracie Lane, Silvahearts Beats, Crazy Plant Lady, Scentsy, Bama Dearest, 2nd Chance Treasures, Canelo’s JMJ Creations, and many more.
Raffle prizes include $2,500, $1,500, $1,000, 65-inch television, $500 gas card, $500 grocery card or $200. Tickets available at the church office, festival raffle tent or after each Mass. Need not be present to win.
Mass will be celebrated at 5 p.m. in the church.
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