Patrick Czyzun, a volunteer, checks the temperature of a sausage during Sausage Fest at Christ the King School in Richland on Saturday. The festival ran Friday and Saturday. Along with the food — from the signature sausages in a variety of flavors to fresh-picked corn and plenty more — the annual event also featured indoor and outdoor beer gardens, two dozen-plus games, arts and crafts, bingo, a farmers market, a Granny’s Attic with yard sale items and live entertainment.
Patrick Czyzun, a volunteer, checks the temperature of a sausage during Sausage Fest at Christ the King School in Richland on Saturday. The festival ran Friday and Saturday. Along with the food — from the signature sausages in a variety of flavors to fresh-picked corn and plenty more — the annual event also featured indoor and outdoor beer gardens, two dozen-plus games, arts and crafts, bingo, a farmers market, a Granny’s Attic with yard sale items and live entertainment. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
Patrick Czyzun, a volunteer, checks the temperature of a sausage during Sausage Fest at Christ the King School in Richland on Saturday. The festival ran Friday and Saturday. Along with the food — from the signature sausages in a variety of flavors to fresh-picked corn and plenty more — the annual event also featured indoor and outdoor beer gardens, two dozen-plus games, arts and crafts, bingo, a farmers market, a Granny’s Attic with yard sale items and live entertainment. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald

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