The Tradition Continues In Umbarger with the 65th Annual St. Mary’s German Sausage Festival
I remember vividly as a little girl, my dad would pack us all in the car and say we're going to Umbarger. We were always like, "why are we going to Umbarger?" We lived in Hereford so why would we go to Umbarger, it's just a small little town in between Hereford and Canyon. Well he would always pack us in the car and take us to Umbarger to enjoy their German Sausage meal at St. Mary's Catholic Church. It was good. Luckily the tradition continues and you can pack the family up in the car and make the short trip to Umbarger to enjoy some delicious German Sausage.
WHAT: 65th Annual German sausage Festival
WHEN: Sunday, November 13 - 11am - 3pm
WHERE: St. Mary's Catholic Church, 22830 Pondaseta Road in Umbarger
COST: $12 for adults, $6 kids 6-10 and children under six are free.
Come and enjoy delicious German sausage, sauerkraut, homemade bread (this is one of the reasons to go, this bread is heavenly), and all the great trimmings'
They will also have a country store with items such as baked goods, canned goods, quilts and gift items. The kids can enjoy a train ride, plus take part in their raffle.
Mark your calendars and get ready for some delicious German sausage.