It’s Fall Festival time in Taylorsville.
The Taylorsville Methodist Church will be holding its annual Fall Festival Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Indian Valley Museum community room.
A variety of homemade goods will be available, including jams, jellies, pies and bread as well as art and crafts. And for the first time, the church volunteers are welcoming local vendors to set up and peddle their wares.
Make sure to head down the street to the Taylorsville Methodist Church for a lunch of soup, stew or chili, including bread and salad. The local 4-H members are serving in the church social room for the low price of $10.
While you are getting lunch, check out “Grandma’s Garden,” the quilt display that the ladies of the sewing group have worked tirelessly on. You can also join in on the fun at 11 a.m., when the Swiss Bell Ringers will be preforming melodies in the hall.
The Fall Festival is a fundraiser for the Taylorsville Methodist Church and helps with community events such as the children’s Christmas play.
Ruth McRoberts, an active community volunteer and church member, said the Fall Festival is an important fundraising event.
”We have not before invited community members to set up at the fall festival with their own goods, which makes this year even more exciting and beneficial to not only the church but the community as well,” McRoberts said.
You can find the Taylorsville Methodist Church at the corner of Warren and Nelson streets. The Indian Valley Museum is at 4288 Cemetery Rd. For more information call 530-284-6511.