Our next auction will be in 2019.
Friday, September 14
6 - 9 PM
saturday, september 15
8 - 10 AM
9 AM - 3 PM
Lunch | Barbeque Chicken, Peach Cobbler, Pie | Vegetarian Option Also Available
12 - 1:30 PM
Food – In the days before the sale, kitchens heat up and the cooking starts. Our sale has melded the sumptuous cooking traditions of both our “Pennsylvania Dutch” traditions and our southern home communities. People are well fed here!
Reunion – There is a bit of reunion in the sale. In addition to carrying out the sale itself, the event is an opportunity for Mennonites from throughout the Southeast to gather to renew acquaintance, exchange news, and stay in touch.
Music – There is a hymn sing Friday evening. Everyone is welcome to come and participate in this remarkable musical experience.
Exhibits – Booths in the exhibition hall will sell baked goods, crafts, and canned goods. There will be a quilting demonstration to which anyone can add their efforts.
Children's Activities – There are things for the children to do during the day too. In previous years, kids made pot holders for their own families, or for sale in the craft corner. They have also colored quilt squares for use in the auction the following year. Besides these planned activities, children enjoy just making new friends and having fun together.
Auction – The highlight of the day is the auction. Woodcrafts and handicrafts in home furnishings range from small samplers and paintings by children to stunning wall hangings, comforters, and quilts whose intricate stitching represent countless hours. Some wonderful quilts from Mennonite and Amish quilters from other parts of the country will be donated by Mennonite Central Committee.
There will be items from $5.00 to several thousand dollars. It is an opportunity to get your Christmas shopping done early, to enhance your home with items of beauty, and to make a difference in a hurting world in the process.
My Coins Count – Anabaptist churches across the southeast participate in My Coins Count– an intergenerational effort of collecting coins throughout the year to raise funds for Mennonite Central Committee. The coins and larger donations are taken annually to the relief sale for counting, sorting, and depositing. Coins add up! Since 2007, spare change collected by churches, groups, children, and families at the Peach Cobbler Sale added up to more than $25,000 for MCC’s work around the world. For more ideas on how you can participate go to https://mcc.org/get-involved/my-coins-count.