Star-Bulletin Features

Saturday, October 20, 2001

Church festivals cook up
a cornucopia of activities

Tasty treats and bargains galore are
the fare at 3 annual events next Saturday

Star-Bulletin staff

Church festivals in Makiki, Moiliili and Aiea will offer food specialties and shopping bargains next Saturday for people looking for fun in their neighborhood.

Fans of Japanese food treats such as andagi and ika yaki watch for the Makiki Christian Church's annual Fall Festival, but there's a lot more on the menu for the event.

Sewing sessions at the church have produced cloth house-slippers, baby blankets and other crafts, and members have made baked goods, jams and jelly.

The midway, open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the church grounds at 829 Pensacola St., will also include games for children and adults and other food booths.

There will be a white-elephant booth and a silent auction. Proceeds support church programs.

Saturday is also the date for the Aiea United Methodist Church annual bazaar, open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 99-101 Lualima St., off Moanalua Road.

Fresh sushi, mochi and noodles will be available as well as hamburgers and hot dogs. Booths will offer bargains in fresh produce, plants, books and white-elephant items. There will be a cakewalk, a silent auction and arts and crafts for children.

Proceeds will support local and global mission outreach programs.

Food, live bands and other entertainment, and games for children will all be free at Olivet Baptist Church's Fall Fun Festival. An inflated bouncer for kids, a dunking booth, a raffle of prizes and old movies are on the agenda from 4 to 8 p.m. next Saturday on the church grounds, at 1775 S. Beretania St.

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