Free Family Fun Nights in Hope

Grace Baptist Church hosts weekly summer events until Aug. 5

Grace Baptist Church is hosting another summer of Family Fun Nights.

They will be on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. until Aug. 5. These free events are for the entire family and children of all ages will find something to enjoy.

A Mac & Cheese Dinner Buffet will take place on July 15 at the church with all of the toppings and mix-ins you could want. You should plan on coming hungry and ready to experiment with your palate. There will also be ice cream afterwards.

On July 22, there will be a Wild West Night at the church. Come dressed in your cowboy gear and get ready for rootin’-tootin’ good time. Roast some hot dogs and s’mores while playing some great frontier games.

Slugs&Bugs (Randall Goodgame) returns for another concert on July 30. You can check out his music at This will be the third time he has performed for the church.

The summer Family Fun Nights wrap up with a Water Fight on Aug. 5. Make sure to wear your swimsuit and get ready to get wet. This water fight night at Hope Secondary School will be a great way to cool off from the summer heat.

For more information call Jake at 604-869-5524 or visit

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