It was Fall Festival weekend at our church and we had a ball!

We attended last year for the first time and just couldn’t wait to go again this year! (check it out-the kids even wore the same shirts! bet we won’t get away with that next year!)

There was a dinner of hamburgers and hot dogs, cotton candy and fun with making bracelets, games, decorating pumpkins and cookies, cake walks, mazes, hay rides, a bounce house and more! So much fun!

One of the best things of the Fall Festival was that over 400 people came! That is an amazing turn out for an event in our town. There were kids everywhere!

Such a wonderful way to share love and hospitality to people who may have not otherwise come to our church. I really hope to see some of them back at another time – the children’s programs are just wonderful! Since we’ve been going to church, my children have grown immensely. The bible stories they’ve learned, songs, crafts, love of God and of others is much more than I could have imagined for them!

I’m so thankful to have found such a wonderful church home!

It was truly a good time!

This was one of those good ol’ old-fashioned Fall fun weekends that you just hate to say good-bye to. But, more fun will come next weekend as we get ready for Halloween!

We snapped a  few shots before we left on Saturday and I’m so in love with them! I hope you enjoy!

I hope you have a great start to your week and I’ll see you back here tomorrow! I have a great week of posts planned!

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Hi, I’m Kasey, Founder of All Things Mamma – where I am dishing up family favorite recipes that are easy to make with simple, everyday ingredients. Plus – tips and tricks for living your best life!

Comments

  1. Paula@ Frosted Fingers says:

    Great pics and it looks like it was a ton of fun! I love the fall and all the festivals!

  2. How fun! That bottom picture is fabulous…a definite Christmas Card picture!

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