The Griggstown Reformed Church will hold its 133rd Annual Harvest Home on Saturday, August 17. This event brings together Griggstown residents and the surrounding communities for a day of fun.
Festival start time is 3:30 p.m.
From the opening, the food stand will be open with hamburgers, hotdogs, sausage and chicken sandwiches, fresh corn on the cob, homemade baked beans and coleslaw and other foods available.
The baked goods stand is always open and festival-goers can buy homemade dessert at the event or even to take home for another day.
Throughout the day, entertainment will be provided by the Blawenburg Band - a community band founded in 1890 - and the GRC's own Praise Team Band.
Attendees can stroll through the grounds of GRC and check out the Quilt display in the church building, the Silent Auction - which goes off at 6:30 p.m., Margaret's Goodies and other local displays which include antique tractors and local quarter midget racers and their cars. Bentley Community Services, a nonprofit organization that provides assistance for working families in need, will be at the Welcome and Information area.
The kids can be kept entertained with games and prizes for tickets to participate. The ever popular, for children and adults alike, coconut toss, strong man bell and dunk tank will be on hand; including a stint by the pastor, Reverend David Leung-Kahler.
Come on out and enjoy a wonderful day!