Every year we have a Fall Festival in the fellowship area where we attend church. It’s free and open to the community, and we usually always have a big attendance. There are all sorts of fun games like you would see for little kids at school carnivals plus we have a “cupcake walk” and a hayride outside. There’s free food which usually includes hot dogs, cheese nachos, frito-chili pie, lemonade, etc. And, of course, there’s tons of candy. Last year my family put up a little area surrounded by black trash bags so it would be dark inside, and then we had all kinds of Halloween lights and a little black light inside. I think the game inside was a beanbag toss into a plastic pumpkin. The kids loved it! This year we’re doing tic-tac-toe beanbag. It’s always so much fun to see how the kids (and adults) dress up. And the great thing about this festival is that it’s safe and families don’t have to worry about not having the money for their kids to attend since it’s free. Hope everyone has a safe Halloween night!
Did y’all dress up?
No. But I wore a really cute Halloween vest with a white T-shirt and blue jeans.
Charla, this is really fun to read. Thanks for inviting me to read your blog.