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State College Assembly To Hold Annual Fall Fest October 17

The State College Assembly of God will host its annual Fall Fest from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m on Sunday, October 17, at 2201 University Drive.

The afternoon features a Trunk-or-Treat event where attendees can collect candy from friends and neighbors. Hayrides, mazes, giant slides, and horse rides are just a few of the attractions at the festival. Food vendors will also be on-site.

Admission for the event is free, but attendees have the option to make a donation that will be used to provide meals for families in need in the Centre County area.

Pre-registration is available online and is required to participate in Fall Fest. Attendees will be able to pick up their parking passes and wristbands from the church. The building will be open on Friday, October 15, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

For more information, visit the State College Assembly of God’s website. To register for Fall Fest, click here.

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