A stay at Damariscotta Lake Farm is one of many items to be auctioned off at the St. Giles Episcopal Church’s fall festival in September in Jefferson. Contributed photo

JEFFERSON — Damariscotta Lake Farm, overlooking Damariscotta Lake, is donating two nights free rental of its six bedroom property, a value of more than $1,000, to the winning bidder at the St. Giles Jump Into Fall Festival.

Put on by St. Giles Episcopal Church in Jefferson, the festival is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, in the church’s pine-studded setting at 72 Gardiner Road.

Other items to be auctioned include a three-night stay for up to five people on a houseboat in Robinhood harbor in Georgetown, a two-night stay in a hut or a yurt at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson, and a family year-long membership to the Maine Botanical Gardens.

Numerous other items to be raffled off include certificates for hair, dental and automotive care, and food items. Raffle tickets cost $5 each or six for $20.

The event, with the auction scheduled to begin at noon, is to raise funds for the church and its outreach programs, and to bring the wider community together.

Up to 40 craft and vendor tables are available for rent at $20 per table. Vendors will keep all proceeds from their sales.

The Lunchbox Food Truck will provide a variety of food choices and drinks, and St. Giles parishioners will host their usual homemade pie and book sale.

The rain date is Sunday, Sept. 20.

For further information or to reserve a table, call 207-549-7872.

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