Three A’s –activities for all ages! Three A’s and fun are the perfect recipe for summer fun in rural America. Activities begin at 8:00 am with a 5K race winding through Woodhull and the countryside. A family-fun run for the soon-to-be 5K runners starts at 9:30am. The activities at the park feature water fights, a variety of games for the younger children, bingo, and, last not but least, the ALL ages (kids-19, 19-44, and 45 and up) free-throw and three-point contests. Pet the animals, get your face painted and stroll through the antique tractor show. Enjoy a lunch of pork chops by the AlWood Lions Club, bingo in the park, and an ice cream social sponsored by the churches of Woodhull. At 4:00 serving of a BBQ Rib Dinner will begin on Division Street and family entertainment until 7 p.m. As dusk falls, put on your dancing shoes for an old-fashioned street dance. It will be fun for all; hope to see you there.
Looking for homegrown goodness?
Your search is over. The Cambridge Fall Review is a fall food festival that features unparalleled and locally-made gourmet foods and crafts. Once here, you will see why shoppers and travelers from the Midwest travel the back roads to Cambridge United Methodist Church. Old fashioned country cooking served in button-popping portions and special and unique gifts.
A dazzling array of jams & jellies, pickles, fudge, mixes, mustards, and pasta. Beautifully packed with collector jars, colorful ribbons, lids made of specially chosen fabrics, embroidered tops or crocheted skirts. You’ll find Lime Pickles, Christmas Jam, and this year a Coconut Holiday Cake Mix. Delightful and unique gifts for any occasion.
Taste the “real” thing and take home scrumptious cinnamon rolls, fruit-filled pies, and a variety of homemade cookie and specialty bread.
Ready to Bake Frozen Foods
Enjoy the popular treats, Red Delicious Ham Loves, Creamy Cheese Tortellini Soup, and melt in your mouth Apple Dumplings. Lasagna for Two and Swedish Meatballs are a local favorite. RESERVE your selections early. Stop in the church lobby, and pick them up when you are ready to leave. Bring a cooler!
Over 40 crafters and artists (carefully selected), original work only, showcase their wares at the church hall and community center. Home decor, jewelry, and more make shopping for yourself and others has never been more comfortable.
Breakfast is served in the church. Energize your day with a country style breakfast, bountiful casserole, fruit slush cup, muffins and freshly brewed coffee served ala carte. 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Lunch on a generous portion of red delicious ham loaf, cheesy potatoes, and almond green beans. Lighter fare is available ala carte chicken salad served on rye bread or a flaky croissant or Potato soup. Save room for dessert! Choices include pumpkin pie, turtle cake, and white chocolate raspberry cheesecake, homemade of course.
Purchase a “Cambridge Celebrates” cookbook for year round cooking enjoyment.