2019 FFest Logo with date
Please help us spread the word! This is a great event to share with church members and the community! Yummy food, live music, crafters and artisans, hayrides, horses, boat tours, hands-on crafts for kids – there’s something for the whole family! Click below for all the pieces you might need to promote the event and share ways to support it.
●  Ads to insert or submit – for B&Wcolor
●  Bulletin Inserts to print and insert
●  Flyers to print and post
●  Logo – right click on it and paste in… everywhere!
●  Quilt Flyer & Tickets to print, post and SELL
●  Silent Auction & Upscale Resale flyer to share
●  Sweet Shoppe flyer to share

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for Fall Festival – Sunday, October 6

FF volunteers

Powered by People – we can’t do it without YOU! There are lots of ways to help – serve food or serve as a cashier, catch pontoon boats or walk horses at the arena, drive a tractor or captain a boat, take tickets or sell them, paint faces or melt wax for candles, set-up before the event or stay and clean up after! DuBois Center’s annual Fall Festival is powered by the talent, sweat, love and cheer of scores of volunteers. Hopefully you already plan to attend, but have you considered spending a couple hours volunteering? Your efforts really do make a big difference!

For more information, contact DuBois Center at or 618-787-2202.

Mark your calendar!

Fall Festival 2019

Start spreading the word! Fall Festival is more than just a fundraising event, maybe even more importantly; it is a FRIEND-RAISING event.

Throughout the summer, new campers tell us that they first experienced DuBois Center during the Fall Festival. With that in mind, our marketing team gets more creative each year and finds fun new ways to spread the word at this event. They share our story – the summer camps, family retreats, Nature’s Classroom experiences and all the opportunities for church and community gatherings. But they need your assistance! There are flyers to help you get started; print this one in color or this one in black & white. Who can you introduce to DuBois Center this October?