COUNTDOWN TO THE 6th ANNUAL HBMH FALL FESTIVAL:4 Days Saturday, November 7, 3:00-5:30pm
Only four more days until our 6th Annual HBMH Fall Festival!
Friends, neighbors, coworkers, community members, and former HBMH alumni are welcome to come! Help spread the word!
Our Fall Festival Committee is working round the clock as we prepare for this exciting event! This is one of the largest fundraisers of the year; one that helps bring in much needed funds for the overall growth and improvement of our school. This event is only possible through the help and support of our parent community. Without you, we could not host such an exciting annual event. So thank you!
Friends (and parents) are welcome to wear costumesto the festival.
All HBMH children (currently enrolled) will receive 10 free tickets. Admission is FREE! Tickets are $.50 each. We will be accepting all major forms of payment (cash, check, or credit card). The entrance to the festival will be near the south gate (covered porch).
Extra parking is available at the church next door.
In addition to the silent auction, we’re also hosting our FIRST EVER chili cook-off! We have several parents and teachers signed up for the chili contest already; see admin if you’d like to participate! There will be prizes for the winners with the best chili! We’ll also have a tractor ride,grilled hot dogsand other concessions, a cake walk, face painting/henna and hair salon,petting zoo, bounce houses, family portraits, and several younger children games (duck pond, bean bag toss, and so much more).
Found this happy guy waiting to greet me at the front door this morning.
Our Fall Display up front needs pumpkins!
This is the time of year our friends look forward to decorating pumpkins and scarecrows, and placing them on the hay fall display at the front of the school. We invite all of our families to decorate a pumpkin with your little one, and place it on the fall display between now and Friday, November 6. The classrooms will be making a scarecrow to put on the hay as well.
In order to make the children feel like they’re part of the fall display, we invite families to place their pumpkin on the hay, with your children. You’re welcome to label your pumpkin with your child’s name if you’d like to take it back after the fall festival.
It’s fun to walk by the hay each morning and see your pumpkin or scarecrow waiting to greet you!