English fête on Sept. 9

The event will include carnival games, live music, silent auction, and traditional English foods.

  • Wednesday, September 6, 2017 12:21pm
  • Life

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is hosting their annual English Fête from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 9 at 99 Wells Ave S.

The event is fashioned after festival village fairs, a summer tradition in the UK, and will include carnival games like Splat the Rat, Smash the Crockery, Wet Sponge Throwing, Coconut Shy and more.

There will also be live music by Sound and Fury and Celt Check, silent auction, a raffle ( grand prizes include Victoria Clipper Trip and a Seahawks package with a collectors football signed by Steve Largent), cake stalls, car shows, raffles, beer, tea, and English foods.

All proceeds from this event benefit the operation of St. Luke’s and, supporting their work to help the homeless and their partnership with Communities in Schools in Renton.

Admission is free. For more information, email info@stlukesrenton.org or call 425-255-3323.

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