Fall Work Day – November 3

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Stretch your muscles! Breathe fresh fall air! Hang out with friends and lend a helping hand! Youth and adult fellowship groups, families, individuals – everyone is invited to our annual fall work day. Projects vary, depending on the skills of those involved and the weather. Preparations for winter, stacking wood, raking leaves, cleaning and painting are on the list, as are a variety of skilled labor projects. The work may not be glamorous, but it really does make a BIG DIFFERENCE! Click here for a flyer to post and share and here for a typical Work Day schedule.

Please let us know in advance if you plan to attend and if any of your group members have special skills. We want to be sure to have appropriate projects and a hot lunch ready for you! Contact DuBois Center at dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org or 618-787-2202.

Wrangle & Ride — Saturday, Nov 3

Group Rides

Love horses? If you are age 12 or older, join us on Saturday, Nov 3 from 9am – 5pm for a day of fun with the DuBois Center herd! Designed for both beginner and experienced riders, this is a horse-intensive day of instruction – tackle grooming, tacking, riding, and other horse-related activities. Beginners will be introduced to basic skills, while experienced riders work on more advanced options. The cost for this event is $60 with lunch included. Families are welcome.

Register by October 13 and save $5. Final registration deadline is Oct 20 – if space is still available. Register online or click here for a flier and reservation form. Questions? Contact DuBois Center at dcinfo@duboiscenter.org or 618-787-2202.

Fall Work Days Saturdays — Oct 6 & Nov 3

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Get outside, stretch your muscles and make a difference! Gather friends, family or a group from your church for a day of service. Projects vary depending on current needs, the weather and the skills of those attending. Our list is growing and already includes painting, cleaning, weeding, raking, cleaning, tree & brush removal and fence work.

On Saturday, Oct 6 we’ll set-up and prep the grounds for Fall Festival. On Saturday, Nov 3, we’ll tackle whatever is left on our list. Click here for a flier, or for more information contact DuBois Center at dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org or 618-787-2202.

QUILTS – Don’t miss out!!

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The countdown continues… only one week until the annual DuBois Center Fall Festival and the much anticipated Quilt Drawing. This year, three beautiful and unique quilts have been donated. One is a salute to our 50 states (twin); one has an elegant diamond-star pattern (queen); and one has fun blocks in shades of brown and gold (queen). With these gems, we hope to raise a minimum of $2000.

You can help by spreading the word! A flier with photos and tickets are available to assist. There is still time to buy or sell tickets. Tickets and payments must be returned to DuBois Center by noon the day of Fall Festival – Sunday, Oct 7.

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Sweet Treats

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Looking for an excuse to bake? The Sweet Shoppe at Fall Festival is still in need of donations. Each dollar raised in this area goes directly to provide scholarships which enable children and youth from families that are struggling financially to attend camp. This team is doing a great job, but they need YOUR help! So apron up and bake on: cookies, cakes, snacks and more are welcome!

For more information, check out and share this flier or text/call Melissa at 314-440-6646 or Kristen at 618-567-6863.

Mother – Daughter Retreat — Deadline: This Friday, Sept 28

Mother Daughter Retreat

Time is running out, but you can still register for the annual DuBois Center Mother-Daughter Retreat, October 12-14. This event is open to all the great women and girls in your life. Escape for a weekend of fun, laughter, music, crafts, movement, joy-filled worship as well as favorite traditional camp activities. Click here for a flyer with registration form or save time and register online. For more information contact the DuBois Center office at 618-787-2202 or dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org.

Fall Festival VOLUNTEERS Needed!

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Calling all church groups, individuals, families, Scout troops and youth needing service hours – lend a hand for a couple hours or for the full day! Fall Festival is DuBois Center’s largest one-day event of the year and would not be possible without the efforts of scores of volunteers. There are so many ways to help – prep and serve food, paint faces, supervise crafts and activities in the Kidz Korner, catch pontoon boats, walk horses in the arena, take tickets, assist guests in the Upscale Resale Shop or serve as a cashier.

Sound like fun? Contact DuBois Center at 618-787-2202 or dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org.

FALL WORK DAYS — Saturdays – Oct 6 & Nov 3

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It’s a great excuse to get outside, stretch your muscles and make a difference! Plan now to gather friends, family or a group from your church for a day of service. Projects vary depending on current needs, the weather and the skills of the volunteers. Our list is growing and already includes painting, cleaning, weeding, raking, cleaning, tree & brush removal and fence work. On Saturday, Oct 6 we’ll set-up and prep the grounds for Fall Festival. On Saturday, Nov 3, we’ll tackle whatever is left on our list.

Check out this flier, or for more information contact DuBois Center at dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org or 618-787-2202.

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WRANGLE & RIDE — Saturday, Nov 3

Horses

Join our equestrian team on Saturday, November 3 from 9am – 5pm for a full day of fun with the DuBois Center herd! Designed for both beginner and experienced riders, this is a horse-intensive day of instruction – tackle grooming, tacking, riding, and other horse-related activities. Beginners will be introduced to basic skills, while experienced riders work on more advanced options. The cost for this event is $60 with lunch included.

Register by October 13 and save $5. Final registration deadline is October 20 – if space is still available. Register online or click here for a flier and reservation form. Questions? Contact DuBois Center 618-787-2202 or by email at dcinfo@DuBoisCenter.org.