By Reader Staff
The playground at Kootenai Elementary School will transform into a festive carnival on Friday, Oct. 6. The annual event is a fundraiser for the Kootenai Parent-Teacher Association and promises to be fun for the entire community.
The event is known as “Fall Fest,” and centers on a number of themed booths offering prizes, as well as several bounce houses. A delicious feast was also donated by Sweet Lou’s in Ponderay. The staff at Home Depot will be on hand to offer fun building activities for children. Northside Fire will offer a meet-and-greet and the Bonner County EMS will show off their new “off-road” ambulance. In addition, there will be fun games and activities such as a cake walk and face-painting. Raffle prizes have also been donated by local businesses.
“This event really celebrates families,” said Kootenai Principal Kelli Knowles. “The kids look forward to it every year – and it provides a fun, safe alternative to traditional door-to-door sales-based fundraisers.”
Fall Fest is open to all families. Tickets will be available at the gate before and during the event, which will take place between 3-7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 6 at the Kootenai Elementary School. Tickets for games and activities start at 25 cents each, and wristbands for endless bouncing in the bouncy house are $10 each at the door. Thanks to Potlatch Credit Union, payments can be made with either credit cards, cash or check.
Please come celebrate and help support education in our community!
For more information, call Nikki Luttmann at (208) 946-1585 or Kootenai Elementary School at (208) 255-4076.
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