Saturday, April 21, 2018
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
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SIGN-UP to VOLUNTEER HERE!
Our annual Feria de Primavera is an exciting school-wide celebration with endearing student performances, delicious food and drinks intermingled with fun, games and community! This year, we will embrace and weave our Latin influences throughout the entire event. Our food lineup includes boiled crawfish from the WatchDogs, grilled burgers, quesadillas from Juan’s Flying Burrito, a return of our famous tostadas and more! Hot fresh popcorn and sweet bake sale treats will be on sale along with icy cold delights from Kona Ice. The usual drinks for adults and kids will be available plus a few new specialities that are bound to become crowd favorites.
The Feria provides fun activities for every member of the family. Returning this year is Sugar Roots Farm with animals to meet. A new maze will join the parking lot regulars like the rock wall, bounce house, dunk tank, and obstacle course. How long will it take you and your crew to figure it out? Our handmade classic carnival games will be back with a new one called Refrescos (similar to the 2 liter toss). Express yourself by getting your face painted. Place your bid on any of the bountiful themed baskets in the silent auction. There’s certain to be one that fits your family’s interests. And for those of us who need everything to be a little more low key, our quiet/sensory area will be available for a nice place to chill out.
Featured performances will include: (times subject to change)
||6th Grade Theater group
||Kindergarten – Salsa performance
1st Grade – Tango performance
||3rd & 4th Grade – “Uno Dos y Tres” – Choir & Percussion
||Jazz Band – “Land of Make Believe” & “Jammin’ with Charlie”
||Flamenco Demonstration by renown flamenco artist
||Salsa Demonstration by famous local salsa dancers
||MJCS Parent Band
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The Feria is most fun when everyone volunteers to join in the fun! All help is welcomed! Peruse the extensive list of volunteer opportunities and sign up HERE.
Unable to volunteer? Here’s a fantastic alternative — make a $25 monetary donation to the upcoming San Antonio and Costa Rica student trips and we’ll recruit an 8th or 9th grade student volunteer to take your shift. Students are excited to offset the cost of their trips with volunteer hours! You can take care of this online HERE!