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September 21, 2022

FOOD BANK
Last Saturday every month at Harvest Temple Church, 580 Co Rd 1485, Cullman. Church services Sun 11am. For more info, contact Wanda 256-347-4308.  More Cook Ministries programs at www.cook-ministries.com, and  www.facebook.com/cookminitries.

THE FOOD BASKET FOOD BANK
Last Saturday of each month at Harvest Temple 580 Co Rd 1485 Cullman. More info: Wanda 256-347-4308, Pat 256-595-3549. Visit www.cook-minitries.com for more info about Cook Ministries’ programs.

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE
For health care if qualify. Ages between 19 and 65 in Cullman County. Call 256-775-1389 The Good Samaritan Health Clinic.

SEPTEMBER 21
Free Lunch & Learn - How to create a Succulent Pumpkin Centerpiece at the North Alabama Agriplex, 1714 Tally Ho St, Cullman, AL. Call to reserve your seat - 256-297-1044

SEPTEMBER 21 & 28
German Dinner - Drive through at Sacred Heart of Jesus Family Life Center. $15 cash/check. Brickyard bratswurst, german potato salad, sauerkraut, green beans, applesauce, dessert.

SEPTEMBER 22
Swamp John’s, 4-7pm, New Prospect Baptist Church, $14 plate, 5625 County Rd 38, Cullman, AL 35077. If you have questions, please call Margaret Evans 205-283-1775.

SEPTEMBER 23
WPBB Chicken and Dressing Dinner, 2-6pm, Tickets may be purchased from online by using the link below.
https://app.promotix.com/events/details/West-Point-Warrior-Band-Chicken-n-Dressing-Homecoming-Dinner-tickets

SEPTEMBER 23
Friday Night Lights, 6:30pm, Spirit Life Church-Bring a dish for our potluck supper. Fellowship & Testimonies. Hurts, habits, and hang-ups are a part of everyone's life. See how to overcome these and more! . Nursery provided!

SEPTEMBER 24
Garden City Church of God Food Bank, 7-10am For further information, please call 256 590-4582.
SEPTEMBER 24
Power of Produce at the Farmers Market, 8am-Noon, Children up to age 12 get free produce samples and POP market money to spend.   Festhalle Farmers Market 209 1st Ave NE, Cullman Berlin Farmers Market 50 Mt. Carmel Dr, Cullman

SEPTEMBER 25
Sunday Night Singing, 5pm at Pleasant View Missionary Baptist Church, featuring Children of the Promise” from Georgia.  US Hwy 278, 2 miles east of Holly Pond on the left. Call for information 256-796-5986.

SEPTEMBER 25
Jones Chapel 1st Baptist Singing School, 5:30-7pm, at Jones Chapel First Baptist Church.  Ages 6 and up.  Free of charge.  Taught by Dylan Feezell.  Everyone welcome.

SEPTEMBER 25
Van Ministry & Bible Study, 9am van runs in the 5 Points Area. Call 256-841-2060 for pickup. Breakfast @ 9:30am. Bible study classes for children, youth & adults @10am. 11am message by Pastor Bobby Dodd

SEPTEMBER 27
Heritage Skills-Fall Dried Flower Wreath, 6-8pm, Sarah Janes from Edmundson Farm will be at the N. AL Agriplex to show how to make a pretty fall dried flower wreath/arrangement in a pumpkin. Visit www.agriplex.org. for info, sign up & pay $35 fee.

SEPTEMBER 29
Heritage Homeschool - Snake Reptile Show, 9-11am, Herpetologist, Jay Eubanks will show kids, K-6th grade, reptiles & amphibians native to Alabama.   Visit www.agriplex.org. for more info, to register and pay $10 per child,$20.00 max per family.

SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 6
Scavenger Hunt, Cullman County Public Library. The hunt will take place between the Warehouse District, City Hall, the Cullman Museum and the Library. Everything will be within walking distance. Forms available at the Library now and Facebook closer to the date of the scavenger hunt.

SEPTEMBER 29 & 30
Junie B. Jones the Musical, Jr., 7pm at Cullman High School Auditorium. $10 adults, $5 kids under 12. Tickets available at the door or cullmanct.booktix.com.  For more information, visit Cullman Community Theatre’s facebook page.
OCTOBER 1
Farm Kids Club - Pollinator Garden, 9-10:30am, Kids ages 5 & up will learn about pollinators at the North Alabama Agriplex gardens & take home pollinator attracting plants. Visit www.agriplex.org for info, register & pay $10/child. Max $20/family.

OCTOBER 1
Women Empowered Meeting, 10am-Lunch, First Freewill Baptist,
1008 St Joseph Dr NW. Lunch provided. Come and be empowered by God! All ladies are welcome.

OCTOBER 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
Power of Produce at the Farmers Market, 8am-Noon, Children up to age 12 get free produce samples and POP market money to spend.   Festhalle Farmers Market 209 1st Ave NE, Cullman Berlin Farmers Market 50 Mt. Carmel Dr, Cullman

OCTOBER 4
Living Landscapes - Beginning Beekeeping, 6pm, Come learn the basics of beekeeping along with tips, tools and best maintenance practices from an expert at the North Alabama Agriplex. Visit www.agriplex.org to register and pay $10.00 fee.

OCTOBER 6
Heritage Homeschool- Growing a Tea Garden, Noon-2pm, Students (7-12 grade) will learn everything about tea - the history, planting, harvesting, drying, & tasting of perfect tea.  For more info visit www.agriplex.org to register & pay $10 per student.

OCTOBER 13
Heritage Homeschool - Raptors 101, 9-11am, Meet trained raptors up-close with Andrew Arnold of Alabama Wildlife Center.  For kids K-6th grade.  Visit www.agriplex.org to register and pay $15/child, $30 max/family.

OCTOBER 13
Heritage Skills - Pass-Along Plants, 6pm, Come to the N. AL Agriplex & learn about passalong plants, plants that many own, but no one purchases. Class includes propagation & proper care. Visit www.agriplex.org to register and pay $10 fee.

OCTOBER 15
Fall Festival, 3-6pm at Tri-County Volunteer Fire Department,
11667 Hwy 67 South, Joppa. Free to attend.
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