The Bridges Academy Community Halloween Carnival has become a much-anticipated annual tradition. The 2017 event will take place on Saturday, October 28, from 5 to 9 p.m. The Halloween Carnival is the first community event of the school year and is a fantastic, affordable night out for the whole family. The focus is working together as a community to create a memorable event for our families and on having a great time with friends, both old and new. Last year we had over 60 parent and high school student volunteers -- and we are looking for more volunteers this year!
Kids and parents alike get to enjoy a movie, games, food, and attractions in a not-too-scary environment designed with our Bridges kids and families in mind.
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.
Thanks go out to Halloween Carnival chairs Heather David, Christine Evey, and Lisa Vebber -- who already are hard at work -- along with the decor and design team headed by Marie and Bruce Parker; this year's high school lounge creators led by Jim Esposito, Kris Smith, and Jeff Turner; and Bridges staff members Lisa Herz and Heather Lembcke.
Parent volunteers are critical to the success of this event. If you would like to be involved, please see the SignUpGenius page for available roles or contact ParentAssociation@bridges.edu.
You can also help by joining us on Oct. 21 for a Picnic and Paint for Halloween party!