Fauntleroy Fall Festival tomorrow: It’s on, rain or non-rain

Probably no point in saying rain or shine, but the word is that the Fauntleroy Fall Festival IS STILL ON for tomorrow, rain or no rain. The most recent version of the schedule still will have some location changes because of the weather, so just check around when you get there, for the updated plan. Also – one last call for CAKES!!! for the Cake Walk – great thing to make on this rainy afternoon. Kim Petram‘s reminder, “Any homemade cake will do – you don’t have to be an expert decorator, just do your best. Please bring all donated cakes to the festival on Sunday October 14th, dropoff starting at 11:00 a.m. at The Hall at Fauntleroy Emerald Room.” Kim adds, “This year the cake walk will have a slightly different prize category for best decorated cakes – beginners, intermediate and experienced … please have them to the festival preferable by 1:30 pm and no later than 2 pm. The festival begins at 2:00 p.m. – festivalgoers can vote on their favorite cakes in the three categories from 2:00 pm to 3:15 pm with the prize winners announced at 3:30 p.m.. The cake walk will then commence. The most coveted and fabulous hand made chef hats are again the prizes.” The festival sites are Fauntleroy Church, YMCA (WSB sponsor), and Schoolhouse, 9140 and 9131 California SW, 2-6 pm tomorrow – see you there!

5 Replies to "Fauntleroy Fall Festival tomorrow: It's on, rain or non-rain"

  • Stardust October 14, 2012 (12:23 am)

    The Endolyne Children’s Choir will be singing inside of Fauntleroy church at 2:30. Their first performance of the season. Support and encouragement welcomed! :-)

  • Ben October 14, 2012 (2:06 pm)

    “Tomorrow” is not a informative piece of data in today’s online world. Could you in the future please leave an actual date?

    • WSB October 14, 2012 (2:14 pm)

      We publish 24/7 and have always used today/tomorrow/tonight/right now/etc. The date of the story is right underneath the heading for reference if needed – and if that doesn’t help, the story includes links, too, which will take you to detailed information about the event or other story subject. (The poster image in the story also included the date.) We use dates when stories are at least several days in the future – otherwise, it’s clutter. Thanks! – TR

  • sam-c October 14, 2012 (2:35 pm)

    btw- you still have time to get there! it goes til 6 today.

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