Contributed by Linton Hall
Bristow, VA-October 7, 2013– The Little Sprouts of Linton Hall School in Bristow, VA will present a Community Fun Fair at the school on October 19, 10 a.m. – 3p.m. The fair will feature food and fun for the entire family.
The theme this year is “Wild West Hoedown”. Linton Hall staff and parent volunteers will transform the 110-acre campus into a cowboy themed fun fair for a day of Wild West fun. This is the first annual fun fair for the Little Sprouts Preschool.
This year’s fair will include pony rides, hayrides, craft vendors, petting zoo, arts and crafts, bounce house, costume photo shoot, bounce house, fire truck, raffles/silent auction, and tattoos and face painting.
Mrs. Michelle Adzima, Little Sprouts Director, is particularly looking forward to the seeing the campus filled with children of all ages laughing and enjoying some “rootin’ tootin’” fun.
“Thanks to the creativity and hard work of many wonderful volunteers, we have an amazing day of wild west fun planned for all ages!”
The fair is $20 per family and open to all ages. Linton Hall School is located at 9535 Linton Hall Rd., Bristow, VA 20136.
If you would like more information about the Wild West Hoedown Community Fun Fair, please contact Heather Hall at (571) 428-2565 or email [email protected]
About Linton Hall
Founded in 1922, Linton Hall School is a co-educational Catholic school serving pre-K through 8th grade. Situated on a 110-acre campus in Prince William County, VA, the school remains true to the 1,500-year old Benedictine tradition of educating the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. Linton Hall School strives to create an atmosphere of inclusion where students of all faiths are encouraged to pursue intellectual excellence, physical well-being, environmental awareness, creativity and spiritual discovery. For more information, please visit www.lintonhall.edu
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