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We are so excited to share this year's Vacation Bible School with you. We wanted to connect with you to help you prepare for our amazing Heifer International Experience. Follow the link to learn more about Heifer International and the work they do all over the world to end hunger. 


We will sign in at 9 am (table under trees by staff parking area) and meet over by the stairs outside for our opening on both Tuesday and Thursday. The weather looks warm, but not too terribly hot. With that said, we do recommend applying sunscreen to your child prior to arrival, a hat, a mask, and a water bottle (we will have water at snack time). VBS will conclude at 11 am. We would like to start right at 9 am so feel free to come a touch early to sign in. 


Please let Jessica or Kathy know if someone other than you will be picking up your child so we can be sure to check your child out to the correct adult. If we do not know the adult we will need to ask for an ID. 


What To Expect:


Arts and Crafts (some paint is not washable so wear a shirt that can get dirty)

Sensory Stations (water)

Activities and Games

A Petting Zoo (Thursday)


Please email any photos to:

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Wooden Birdhouses

Paint in cups
Paint Brushes (various sizes)
Sharpie (to sign bottom)
Paper towels
Water cups (Rinsing)
Clorox Wipes


Felting Soap


bar of soap, wool roving, nylon stockings, SEVERAL large bowls of warm water, liquid castile soap, towels, cold water, drying rack 

Bath Salts

Bath Salts


Container, Coarse sea salt, Epsom salts. Baking soda, Essential oils, Food coloring, Label, Sharpies (just a few), 4 medium to large bowls, mixing spoons and measuring cups

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Friendship Soup In a Jar

½ cup dry split peas
⅓ cup beef bouillon granules
¼ cup pearl barley
½ cup dry lentils
¼ cup dried onion flakes
2 teaspoons dried Italian seasoning 
½ cup uncooked long-grain white rice
2 bay leaves
½ cup uncooked alphabet pasta
Plastic Wrap
Labels and One Hole punch


Stamped Tea Towels


Cotton or linen tea towels 
Fabric paint 
Stamp Painters tray or paper plate
Paper towels


Collages and Masks


Glue sticks, construction paper, markers, magazines, scissors, paper plates or brown bags


Positive Affirmation Mugs


White ceramic mugs
Sharpie markers
You can also use stamps by coloring with sharpie on them

Painting Pottery

Clay Pots and Seeds


small sachet bags, various seeds, cardstock labels-pens or markers, large sachet bags

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