2018 Vacation Bible School Events
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Parents are invited to sign their children up for as many Vacation Bible School (VBS) events as they would like. The events, dates, and times are as follows:
Lime Hollow (Saturday, July 14, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Children will have “God-sightings” in the natural beauty of this nature center, as well as in looking for the wildlife that lives there! We will have activity stations, crafts, and music. Lunch will be served. Parents will pick up and drop off right at Lime Hollow Education Center.
Ez-Acres Farm (Wednesday, July 25, 3 to 6 p.m.)
Children will learn about God’s creation of the earth and all living things, and the importance of being good stewards of God’s gift, through a tour of the farm with a chance to see and experience the milking process! They will also learn about daily life at the farm, and see who works there. In addition, children will meet a few of the migrant workers that come to work on our local farms. Children will then be driven to Durkee Park for snacks, crafts, and music. Parents drop off at EZ-Acres Farm and pick up at Durkee Park (located on Route 11, one-half mile north of the village).
Fillmore Glen (Wednesday, August 1, 3 to 7 p.m.)
It’s time to take a hike and learn about the many ways God is connected with water! Children will participate in a short walk through this beautiful state park where they will discover fun activity stations. After the hike, children will do a craft, sing songs, and eat dinner. Parents will drop off and pick up at Homer Congregational Church, and the children will be bused to and from Fillmore Glen.
Rally Weekend Picnic at Durkee Park (Saturday, September 8, 3 to 7 p.m.)
Parents are invited to join their children, and the members of Homer Congregational for a All-Church Picnic to celebrate the many ways children learned that “God Is Everywhere!” We will show pictures from the summer adventures, participate in fun activities and games, and have some great food. Durkee park is located on Route 11, one-half mile north of the village.