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Sunday in the Park
The Lancaster Evangelical Free Church Praise Band will help to usher in a Sunday in the Park worship service June 1 at Lititz Springs Park. Events will begin with a worship service for all ages at 11 a.m. in the amphitheater featuring the band in a “Created to Praise” kid’s worship service.
Around noon, several food vendors will be open for business. They include Brewster’s BBQ, Domino’s Pizza, Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and Lickity Split Ice Cream.
The afternoon will be full of fun free activities for all ages. Kids’ entertainment will include carnival games, inflatables, face painting, speed pitch and more.
New this year, for youths only, is a carnival under the tent. Back by popular demand are the annual volleyball tournament for teens and adults. There will be Bingo with lots of prizes, and a dunk tank.
At 2:30 p.m. the DKers will take the stage with their dazzling juggling act. Darren Horst and Kevin McCulley have been juggling together since seventh grade and have honed their innovative talents into a show aimed at entertaining all ages.
The Lititz Springs Park is located in downtown Lititz next to the Wilbur Chocolate Factory. Sunday in the Park is a free admission event; food concessions will be available in the park for cash only.
Free parking is available in the Warwick Middle School parking area behind the High School, accessed from West Orange Street in Lititz. Shuttle service is provided to the park from the Middle School. Some handicap parking will be available in the park. Additional special assistance parking is available in the Lititz Mutual and Susquehanna Bank parking lots (limited to senior citizens and those requiring handicapped parking). Seating is available on park benches in the amphitheater or individuals are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets. In the event of rain, this event will be moved to the Lancaster Evangelical Free Church building, 419 Pierson Rd., just off Route 772, one and a half miles east of the Lititz Square.
For more information about Sunday in the park and the schedule of events, visit lefc.net/sundayinthepark or call the LEFC church office at 626-5332.
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