The 35th annual Tsawwassen United Church Fall Fair has something for everyone.
Volunteers have been working hard to make this year’s fair, set for Saturday, Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the best one yet.
A favourite each year are the pies – frozen and ready to bake. A group of ladies has worked for many years to prepare pies, and as members feel they can no longer help out with the fair, other ladies have stepped up to fill their places.
The pies come in a variety of flavours, including peach, strawberry rhubarb, apple, plum and berry.
A bake table will have banana and pumpkin loaves, brownies, shortbread, butter tarts, muffins and fudge prepared by the church’s bakers.
The craft tables will have an array of interesting items made by the hands of church members. There will be plants, books and items from Granny’s Attic as well.
A café will offer turkey chili, hot dogs, crepes, beef and cheese burgers, and drinks.
There are a number of items in a silent auction and new this year is the Promise Tree where people volunteer an item you might like to get: a meal for two, car washes, grass cutting for four months, a theme birthday cake for a child or dog walking.
Proceeds of the sales will go to help support the church’s many programs as it reaches out to the community and beyond.
Tsawwassen United Church is located at 693-53rd St.