INDIANAPOLIS — Join the fun for the first eastside church festival of the season, Summerfest 2014 on May 30th, 31st, and June 1st.
Little Flower Church’s Summer Festival has food, fun and entertainment for all. The festival features a raffle with a $5,000 grand prize as well as a huge silent auction that runs all three days. Poor Jack Amusements will be on the midway.
A gigantic rummage sale will be held on Friday, May 30th and Saturday, May 31st , from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. under a tent on the parish lawn. As part of the rummage sale, a used book sale will take place with large quantities of grade school aged children’s books. The used book sale will continue into Saturday night and Sunday.
Friday dinner this year will feature pulled pork, Saturday night dinner will be beef and noodles from our friends at the Steer In, and on Sunday, a brunch will be available from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Rounding out the food offerings outside will be all of the festival favorites: burgers, fries, tenderloins, hot dogs, brats, Italian sausage, nachos and walking tacos, corn on the cob, pizza, elephant ears, strawberries and ice cream. Beer and wine from Buck Creek Winery will also be available.
Monte Carlo games for adults will be available on Friday and Saturday evening, with a Texas Hold ‘em tournament on Friday night. Live entertainment will be available Friday and Saturday evenings. Sunday will include special attractions for the kids. Silly Safari will do their live animal show at 1 p.m., and the Indiana Pacer Fan Van is scheduled for Sunday at 1 p.m.
Visit www.littleflowerparish.org for more information about this east side tradition.
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