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Heidelfest2019-06-22T17:10:54+00:00

HEIDELFEST

YOU HAVE AS MUCH LAUGHTER AS YOU HAVE FAITH

~ MARTIN LUTHER

beer  marty and katy  pretzels

Heidelfest is a FREE, family-friendly outdoor fall festival with food, beer, games, live music, and more! This year’s 13th annual Heidelfest is hosted by Trinity Church, Kirkland and Emmanuel Church, Bothell.

Heidelfest is a celebration of God’s abundant gifts in the fall season. It’s named after Heidelberg, which was the German city where Martin Luther defended his famous 95 Theses at the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, winning over so many people in the town and university to the gospel of free grace that it would go on to become a center of Reformation life and culture.

This celebratory life blooms at Heidelfest, bringing together a medley of deliciously handcrafted food, tasty beverages, relay races, live music, dancing, and plenty of fun activities for the little ones.

The more I considered Christianity, the more I found that while it had established a rule and order, the chief aim of that order was to give room for good things to run wild.

~ G.K. Chesterton

GET YOUR FREE TICKETS TODAY

Heidelfest is free for everyone, but food and beer are limited

GET TICKETS (THEY’RE FREE)

HEIDELFEST MARKETPLACE

Tables are laden with abundance at Heidelfest Marketplace, the generous gifts of many skilled hands. Proceeds from this year’s market will benefit Creating Friends—ministering to families of kids and young adults with or without special needs.

If you would like to donate hand-made, baked, garden, or specialty goods, please contact Kim Hatcher (click the link to email).

FREE? F’REAL?

Yes. We want you to come and enjoy some of God’s good gifts with us—food, drink, fellowship, music, and lots of laughs.

The event is made possible by sponsoring churches and individual donations. If you are grateful for Heidelfest, consider supporting it through donations (suggestion: $10 per head) or purchasing some merch at the event: t-shirts, steins, and pint glasses.