You’re invited to the biggest party Grace Church has ever thrown. A one-night-only event for the whole Bath Campus family to come together. On a scale of 1 to 10, it’s going to be an 11.
But what makes this party so great? I’m glad you asked.
- Got a competitive streak? For you, we brought in pedal cart racing, half court shot for prizes, and bingo.
- Got kids? Think princesses, the coolest inflatables on planet earth, and a very special surprise guest.
- Came with your friends? Jump into the epic photo scavenger hunt to win PRIZES.
- Need a minute away from the crowd? Think puppies. Seriously.
- Hungry? Concessions available.
- Selfie? Specialty photo booths.
Also, we can neither confirm nor deny the rumor that Pastor Jeff will be there giving people tattoos.
Ok, now that you know what it’s all about, here are all things you should get your detail-oriented people on the phone for so you show up at the right place.
February 22, 2019
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
at the John S. Knight Center
222 S. Main St. – Located next to Lock 3 on the corner of Main & State Streets, this sports bar offers pub food such as sandwiches, pizza, and appetizers.
1 W. Exchange St. – Stylish, contemporary pizzeria. Street and valet (after 5) parking available. Reservations recommended
26 S. Main St. – Thai-Japanese restaurant featuring many dishes with exotic spices. Reservations recommended.
57 E. Market St. – Contemporary atmosphere with diverse menu options including appetizers, sandwiches, and full-dinner options.
378 S. Main St. – Delicious locally-owned sandwich shop. Closes at 7pm on Saturdays. Street parking available.
371 S. Main St. – Family-friendly dining option, providing yummy, fast, and reasonably priced sandwiches. Street parking available.
207 S. Main St. – Fun, casual, family-friendly place offering creative grilled-cheese sandwiches.
105 N. Main St. – Locally-owned, family-friendly Italian restaurant featuring pasta and pizza. This is a cash only establishment and on-site parking is available.
21 Furnace Street- Urban market featuring over 35 local artists and vendors with seasonally based soups, salads, and sandwiches available in unique food court space. On-site and street parking available.
510 S. Main St. – Casual, family-friendly restaurant known for their pasta. On-site parking is available.