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Area fall bazaars listed by dates, locations and types and types

Sept. 26New Hope Lutheran Church
8 a.m-noon
1615 Brantley Road, Kannapollis
Features: Yard sale and bake sale. Family Safety Day begins at 10 a.m.
Menu: Breakfast biscuits
Proceeds benefit building fund
Chairman: Erna Brown, 704-932-3716
Christ United Methodist Church
7 a.m.-2 p.m.
3401 Mooresville Road
Features: Silent auctions, crafts
Menu: Breakfastóbacon or sausage, eggs, grits, biscuits, (ham or sausage), toast, doughnuts, juice, coffee. Lunchóhot dogs, pulled pork sandwich, chips, dessert, drinks
Proceeds benefit United Methodist Women missions
Chairman: Jill Bost, 704-633-9473
Oct. 3
Providence United Methodist Women
Providence United Methodist Church
6450 Bringle Ferry Road
Features: handmade quilt, canned and baked goods, crafts
Menu: sausage biscuits, pork BBQ
Proceeds benefit missions and church projects
Chairman: Barbara Howard
704-633-6675
Oct. 9 and 10
Sloan Lake Community Church 10 a.m. until
10255 Old Concord Road, China Grove
Features: Carolina Christian Classic Talent Contest, Fall barbecue, car show, yard sale, children’s activities
Menu: barbecue, hamburgers, hog dogs, homemade ice cream, desserts
Proceeds benefit Carolina Enrichment Charities of the Carolinas and Sloan Lake Community Church
Chairman: John Ganus, 704-857-3311
Oct. 10
Grace Lower Stone Church
7 a.m.-2 p.m.
Lower Stone Church Road, Rockwell
Features: homemade noodles, canned vegetables, silent auction
Menu: breakfast, chicken and dumplings, hamburgers, hot dogs
Proceeds benefit Youth Fund and church improvements
Chairman: Ann Brafford, 704-786-5288
Women of Concord United Methodist Church, Mocksville
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
601 N to Mocksville, right on 801, right on Cherry Hill Road, church on left
Features: crafts and baked goods
Menu: chicken pie, country ham, green beans and corn, potato salad, biscuits, desserts starting at 4 p.m. Hot dogs all day
Proceeds benefit missions
Chairman: Pat Patterson
336-998-7103
Take-out orders:336-998-2429
Oct. 16
Catholic Daughters, Court Sacred HeartSacred Heart Catholic Church
11 a.m.-7 p.m.
375 Lumen Christi Lane (off Jake Alexander Boulevard)
Menu: Louisiana gumbo
Proceeds benefit Catholic Daughter projects
Chairman: Maria Perkins
704-633-9551
Oct. 17
Sacred Heart Church/Knights of Columbus
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
9 a.m.-11:30 p.m.
375 Lumen Christi Road (off Jake Alexander Road)
Features: 5K race, booths, games, fun
Menu: German, American, Hispanic and Filipino foods
Proceeds benefit Sacred Heart Church and School
Chairman: Bud Perkins, 704-633-9551
Gold Hill Wesleyan Church
8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
830 Liberty Road, Gold Hill
Features: home canned vegetables, fruits and jellies, homemade baked cakes and pie, crafts
Menu: breakfast biscuits, BBQ pork and chicken for lunch
Proceeds benefit church building fund
Chairman: Teresa Earnhardt
704-279-7897
Oct. 24
Main Street United Methodist Women
8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Main Street United Methodist Church, 1312 N. Main St.
Features: yard and bake sale
Menu: ham biscuits, coffee
Proceeds benefit missions
Chairman: Dot Loflin
704-633-3158
Nov. 7
China Grove Church of God
7 a.m.-4 p.m.
413 N. Franklin St., China Grove
Features: live auction at 5 p.m., crafts, food
Menu: breakfast biscuits, BBQ, coleslaw, green beans
Proceeds benefit China Grove Church of God building fund
Chairman: Ann Sprinkle, 704-754-0109
Highest Praise Church7 a.m.-1 p.m.
1700 Bostian Road, China Grove
Features: crafts, baked items, vendors
Menu: breakfast and lunch served
Proceeds benefit building fund
Chairmen: Betty Correll and Anita Wallis, 704-857-6500 ext. 6
Crafty Ladies, Trinity United Methodist Church8 a.m.-noon
416 E. First St., Kannapolis
Features: Handmade itemsMenu: sausage and ham biscuits, fried apple pies
Proceeds benefit church projects
Chairman: Doris Buchanan, 704-933-8431.
St. Luke’s Reformed Church11 a.m.-until
St. Luke’s Church Road
Features: Baked goods, homemade items
Menu: chicken pie, homemade noodles.
Proceeds benefit church projects
Chairman: Harriet Fisher, 704-638-0458
Gays Chapel United Methodist Church
11 a.m.-7 p.m.
5545 Woodleaf Road
Features: Crafts sold by United Methodist Women
Menu: barbecue chicken and pork plates, barbecue sandwiches. Dine in or take out
Proceeds benefit church missions
704-633-8402
Nov. 14
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church WELCA
4 p.m.-7 p.m.
4400 St. Stephen’s Church Road Fellowship Center
Features: Raffle for hand-made quilt and other prizes
Menu: Homemade chicken dumplings and noodles
Proceeds benefit WELCA Charitable Fund
Chairman: Freda Bost
704-436-6703
Nov. 21
Shiloh Reformed Church of Faith Baptist
8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Main Street, Faith
Features: BBQ, casseroles, baked goods, crafts
Menu: BBQ, baked beans, slaw, bread, dessert
Proceeds benefit missions
Chairmen: Emily Talley and Kerry Barger
704-279-9383

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