Mills River Presbyterian Church hosts 8th annual PuzzleFest Jan. 22-31


From the Mills River Presbyterian Church:

Eighth Annual PuzzleFest at Mills River Presbyterian Church

MILLS RIVER, N.C. – Area residents are invited to Mills River Presbyterian Church for the Eighth Annual Puzzlefest, from noon to 8 p.m. daily starting on Sunday, January 22 and concluding on Tuesday, January 31. 

The church will have set up an area to work on the second half (2,000 pieces) of a 4,000-piece puzzle of the famous Bavarian castle, Neuschwanstein, that was started at last year’s Puzzlefest. There will also be eight different tables of 1,000-piece puzzles plus a special children’s area of puzzles.

This is one of our most popular community events each year and a great way for people to chase away the winter blues,” says Randall Boggs, pastor of Mills River Presbyterian Church. “Whether you’re an amateur puzzler or an experienced puzzle-piecer, everyone is invited to join the fun during our 10 days of puzzling!”

People of all ages are invited to come to the free puzzle kickoff and bring a bag lunch on Sunday, January 22nd. The Puzzlefest will be open from noon to 8 p.m. daily, January 22 – 31.

Participants can pick one puzzle to work on from start-to-finish or table-hop and work on several different puzzles. The church will be open each day — for 10 days — through January 31 for people to complete the puzzles.

For more information on Puzzlefest activities, call the church at 891-7101. Mills River Presbyterian Church is located at 10 Presbyterian Church Road in Mills River (off of School House Road).   

About Max Hunt
Max Hunt grew up in South (New) Jersey and graduated from Warren Wilson College in 2011. History nerd; art geek; connoisseur of swimming holes, hot peppers, and plaid clothing. Follow me @J_MaxHunt

Before you comment

The comments section is here to provide a platform for civil dialogue on the issues we face together as a local community. Xpress is committed to offering this platform for all voices, but when the tone of the discussion gets nasty or strays off topic, we believe many people choose not to participate. Xpress editors are determined to moderate comments to ensure a constructive interchange is maintained. All comments judged not to be in keeping with the spirit of civil discourse will be removed and repeat violators will be banned. See here for our terms of service. Thank you for being part of this effort to promote respectful discussion.

Leave a Reply

To leave a reply you may Login with your Mountain Xpress account, connect socially or enter your name and e-mail. Your e-mail address will not be published. All fields are required.