The Bridges Halloween Carnival has become a much-anticipated annual tradition. This year's 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.