Eighty Three years is a long time to do anything!! St. Ambrose of Wall, TX  knows how to have a Fall Festival and make it bigger and better every year. Check it out!!

The St. Ambrose and Holy Family Catholic Church are holding their 83rd Annual Fall Festival this Sunday, Oct. 16 in Wall.  For just $15 a plate, you will be treated to a delicious Turkey, Dressing & Sausage dinner.  Serving will be from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm with dine in or plates to go. Their German sausage is so delicious and popular that you can purchase the sausage for just $6 per pound...while it last!

There are also a lot of game booths for the kids starting at 10:30 and a cornhole tournament for the high school youth.  Bingo starts at noon with some great prizes. There is also a Quilt Raffle. Their Cotton and merchandise auction starts at 1:15. This Year the live auction will include a one of kind, George Straight autographed guitar & stool along with numerous other great auction items. There will also be a Country Store and a Farmer’s Market. St Ambrose is even offering you a ride on their shuttle bus from the Wall school parking lot from 8 am – 3 pm.

I have had the pleasure of doing live broadcast from St. Ambrose Fall Festival for several years now and I can tell you that the food is wonderful, the variety of activities offers something for all ages, it's very well organized in a relaxed atmosphere and everything else about this event is very special! I am really looking forward to being there again this year!!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to come and enjoy great food, family, fellowship and fun.

St. Ambrose Parish is located at 8602 Loop 570 S. in Wall.

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