Let’s Go: Annual Harvest Festival at Christ the King Church in Old Lyme
Volunteers at Christ the King Church in Old Lyme have been planning all summer to bring back the popular Harvest Festival this fall, a family-friendly event offering something for everyone. This year’s festival takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18.
Here is what you will find at Christ the King’s Harvest Festival: Bargains and treasures at the gigantic King’s Rummage Sale; a big selection of fall plants and produce from Smith’s Acres; themed baskets, original artwork and more in the silent auction; homemade goodies in the bake sale; and an assortment of games and crafts to keep the kids entertained. Lunch will be served up by the Men’s Club, with live entertainment from local musicians.
The Rummage Sale and the silent auction continue from 9 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Sept. 19.
For the safety, facemasks are encouraged, regardless of vaccination status.
Christ the King Church is located at 1 McCurdy Road in Old Lyme. Visit christthekingchurch.net for directions, and follow on Facebook @christthekingchurcholdlyme for updates. For more information, visitchristthekingchurch.net or call (860) 434-1669.
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