On October 28, at Owlfest, hundreds of children had a frightfully good time while dressed as Elsa, from Frozen, super heros, monsters, athletes and princesses. Preschool through 4th grade students showed up in their Halloween costumes to win a cake in the famous cake walk, try their hand at fun carnival games, ride a pony or creep through the not-so-scary haunted house.
The photo booth, new this year, was a big hit as children donned fun props and received a cute photo strip keepsake. There was face painting and pumpkin decorating as well as hot dogs, nachos, and popcorn. Raffle prizes rounded out the event with fun and exciting prizes such as American Girl dolls, Razor Scooter, Beanie Boos, Lego sets and an iPad mini.
A special thanks to Angela Redding who chaired this event and all the Parents’ Club volunteers who transformed the Student Activity Center into a fun fall carnival and worked so hard to make this event special for the children. Thanks to the National Junior Honor Society students for manning the carnival games this year.