SLATON, TX (KCBD) - The St. Joseph's 41st Annual Sausage festival in Slaton, Texas kicks off Saturday, October 16th at St. Joseph's Church Hall on Division and 21st Street starting at 9 a.m.
They will be selling Jalapeno and German sausage by the pound, breakfast burritos, homemade breads, and festival t-shirts. The sausage is made at Klemke's sausage Haus, using the German Bednarz family recipe.
Then on Sunday, October 17th, the famous lunch takes place from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m., at the St. Joseph's Hall. Regular German sausage, smoked chicken, green beans, warm German potato salad, fresh bread, sauerkraut, dessert, and drinks will all be served. Take-out plates will be available on the South side of the Hall, inside the fenced-in area. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go to the St. Joseph Catholic School.
Across the street, to the East, on the 17th of October, the festival will include games, horseback rides, barrel train rides, spider climber, inflatable jumpers, a rock climbing wall, bingo, quilt display, silent auction, live auction (starting around 2 p.m.), concession stand, German Country Store (handmade confections and crafts), quilt/TV/United grocery raffles, and the cedar chest and quilt raffles for the Catholic Daughters Assoc.