Nativity Lutheran Church’s annual Harvest Festival will be held Saturday, Oct. 30. The festival will open at 9 a.m. with Miller and Kathie Carrigan frying doughnuts in Fellowship Hall.

Nativity Lutheran Church is located at 179 Old County Road in Rockport, the birthplace of Capt. Hanson Crockett Gregory, who is credited with inventing the hole in the doughnut.

Half the proceeds from the festival will go to the Area Interfaith Outreach Food Pantry. AIO provides food for increasing numbers of people in the area. The organization is building an addition to store the food.

The Harvest Festival will feature a huge tag sale, a bake sale, a craft sale and lunch. There will be pumpkin painting for the children. The sale closes at 1 p.m.