Saturday May 12 was the perfect day for a carnival, and all five elementary school events were a success. The warm, sunny day brought out the entire community to enjoy games, activities and good food.
At Edgewood there were rides, games, crafts, a bake sale, boutique, a flea market, a plant sale, face painting, and an amazing array of food.! In the slide show below see kids enjoying the fishing challenge, a girl buying a hand-made for her mom for Mother's Day at the boutique, parent volunteers cooking up a barbeque at the fair and fifth graders eating away at the annual pie eating contest.
At Greenacres, the theme was Candyland and there was plenty to go around. There was also a four-hour talent show and kids of all ages took the stage to perform. Check out photos of these young artists as well as a mom spinning cotton candy, large inflatables and the bake sale.
Fox Meadow held the Olympics. Take a look at the photo of their version of the “Olympic village.” We stopped by at just the right moment to witness Principal Duncan Wilson get dunked! See his photo as he comes up for air, as well as pictures of Fox Meadow PTA President Pam Rubin, an impressive climbing wall and large inflatables.
Camp Heathcote also featured a dunk tank and there were smiles all around with happy face balloons, a photo booth, handmade key chains and friendship bracelets, and slushies and s’mores to eat.
Congratulation to all the elementary school PTA parents who produced the carnivals on a job well done.
Photos contributed by Sunny Feinstein, Tracy McCarthy and Joanne Wallenstein