Annual ice cream social planned at Putnamville UMC
PUTNAMVILLE — The annual ice cream social at historic Putnamville United Methodist Church is set for Sunday, June 27.
Ice cream, hot dogs, pie, drinks and more will be served from noon-2:30 p.m. at the church, located at the intersection of U.S. 40 and State Road 243. All are available for a free-will donation.
The United Methodist Women will also host a bake sale at the social. Music will be provided by The Sisters of Grace.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the church was built in 1834.
While at the social, attendees are also invited to tour the 1884 Dr. Horn Office/Putnamville Museum and the Townsend/Layman Museum, an 1828 reconstructed summer kitchen for the Townsend Inn and former residence of freed slaves.
The museums are located directly north of the church on the Putnamville Village Green.
Canned goods for the Emergency Food Pantry will also be accepted.