The Bridges Halloween Carnival has become a much-anticipated annual tradition. The 2016 event took place on Saturday, October 29th, 2016 making the Halloween Carnival the first community event of the school year -- and it was a huge success! The focus always is on having a great time with friends, both old and new, rather than fundraising.
Kids and parents alike get to enjoy a movie, games, food and attractions in a not-too-scary environment.
Held on the Bridges campus, previous editions of the carnival have included a movie, inflatables, tarot reading, a Voodoo Lounge for high-schoolers, a photo booth, a pumpkin patch – the list goes on and on! Often, the carnival includes a gift “Boo-tique,” giving attendees an opportunity to get a jump on holiday shopping.
Parent volunteers are critical to the success of this event. If you would like to be involved, please contact Christine Evey, Lisa Vebber, or Martha Fleckenstein.
Check back for more information on the upcoming 2017 event!