Most of our 150th events are “intergenerational” – meant to be enjoyed by children, teens, and adults. A few are more specific – the Victorian Tea for women and girls; the beard contest for men; the pre-concert pizza party for teens; and the children’s parade and magic show. Of course, we hope that even if you’re not IN a parade, you’ll be watching it.
Below are just some of the special events planned. Refer to this year’s up to date Campmeeting 2018 schedule for the most current details on times, dates and locations.
- Horse and carriage/wagon rides in entrance field.
- Parade: Horse and carriage leads parade which starts at gate and goes to Tabernacle. Parade participants walk or can pull wagons.
- When everyone is at the Tabernacle, the “Through the Decades” Hymn Sing will begin at 2:30pm.
- After the hymn sing, meet at Heritage Cottage for a group picture.
Monday and Tuesday, July 23 and 24
- Quilts on display, Heritage Cottage.
- Christmas tree with Victorian ornaments, Heritage Cottage porch Tuesday afternoon thru Thursday)
Wednesday, July 25 is “Christmas.”
- Nativity sets on display at Heritage Cottage
- Victorian Tea at 1:30pm, More details on the Bible Proclamation and Victorian Tea
- Teens performing scenes from “A Christmas Carol” after evening service
- Caroling around the Grove after evening service.
Thursday, July 26
- Nativities on display, Heritage Cottage.
- Cottage Open House tours for any cottageholders that want to participate and open their cottage to guests. This is limited to cottage holders, their families, and invited guests, from 2-4pm.
Friday, July 27
- Old pictures on display, Heritage Cottage
- Teen pre-concert pizza party
- Concert and teen program for evening service. (Don’t forget our usual hot dog roasts after church.)
Saturday, July 28
- Beard contest, Boarding Hall yard, 2:00pm. Prizes!!!
Sunday, July 29
- Annual group photo at Tabernacle, 10:10am.
- Dan Dennis and Barb Saxe share memories of past years at the Grove, 2:00pm, Heritage Cottage
Tuesday, July 31
- Annual Pastor’s Luncheon, 12:00 noon, Shypulefski cottage. ALL pastors are invited.
- Children’s bike, wagon, and pet parade, 2:00pm. Bring decorations for the kids; the parade will start at the pond and go to the Tabernacle, where the kids will enjoy a magic show and program by Edgar Manns.
Wednesday, August 1 is “Easter.”
- Youth leaders and teens will stage a “Via Dolorosa” reenactment of Christ’s journey from Pilate’s Hall to Calvary. Beginning at the Tabernacle
- At the pond at the end of the reenactment, any who wish to be baptized will have the opportunity.
- The Seder Meal will take place at the picnic pavilion at 5:00pm.
- Community choir for the evening service.
Thursday, August 2 O
- Olympics led by Teen leaders, Jen, and the teens – 2:00pm, pumphouse circle. C
Saturday, August 4
Sunday, August 5
- Entire Bible Proclamation Service – 2:00pm.
More details on the Bible Proclamation and Victorian Tea
- March to Zion grand finale to our 150th Celebration!