They are planning a “fabulous” day at Fish Lake Lutheran Church near Stark for Saturday, June 30.
Not only will there be a lot of exciting things to do and good food, but participants will enjoy learning about the history of the church and the early settlers who made it possible.
The celebration will take you back to before the turn of the 20th century, as you enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides touring the area around Fish Lake, including the Pioneer cemetery with a stop at the Pioneer Farm.
You’ll get in the pioneer mood with square dancing from 3-5 p.m. and snacks will be in keeping with the theme of the day and include things like homemade ice cream. At a pancake breakfast starting at 7 a.m., you be able to view historic photos and learn the stories of the people who started the church.
At 11 a.m. congregation members and friends will compete in a talent show and there will be a softball tournament at the Harris field at 9 a.m. with a traveling trophy at stake.
Try your hand at horseshoes or just enjoy looking at some antique cars on display. Everything is freewill donation.
You are promised many fun activities with a lot of great local history. Join the members of Fish Lake Lutheran Church at this summer celebration.
The church is located at 43353 Cedarcrest Trail, just south of Stark off County Road 10.