Warwick Family Fun Day is Nov. 17

By on November 14, 2018


Warwick Education Foundation’s Family Fun Day takes place Saturday, Nov. 17, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Warwick Middle School, 401 Maple St. Youth, families, and the community are invited. Entrance to the event is free.

A 60-feet long inflatable obstacle course, a mechanical bull, and a cornhole tournament await attendees. And there’s more: basketball and soccer lovers can try their hands at the inflatable basketball and soccer games, while a magician, balloon artist, and disc jockey Cody Landis provide entertainment throughout the day. Each Parent Teacher Organization from Warwick Elementary schools will host free carnival games for all to play. There will also be free mini golf and Warwick High School students from the National Art Honor Society will paint faces.

Riders can challenge themselves and others in the all-day mechanical bull riding competition. Every ride is customized by a trained operator to insure safety for the age and experience level of the rider. Parental consent forms will be available on-site for those under 18.

Back by popular demand will be the cornhole tournament for two age groups: Elementary third to sixth grade, and fourth grade to adult. Registration to participate in the cornhole tournament is on-site and prizes will be awarded for winners in each age group.

Platinum sponsors for the event are Blue Ridge Communications, Groff, Inc., B.R. Kreider & Sons, Lancaster Toyota, Luthercare, Manheim PA Auto Auction, McElroy Pharmacy, Rohrer’s, Inc., Shultz Transportation, and Jeff & Jane Tennis.

Gold sponsors are Brethren Village, EMM Sales & Service, Inc., Luthercare, Sechan Electronics, Inc. In addition, students from the Warwick High School National Honor Society and the Interact Club will volunteer.

The Warwick Education Foundation seeks to engage, enrich, and empower all children in the Warwick School District with learning opportunities over and above those available through traditional sources of school revenue. Since its inception in 1997, WEF has provided over $1.7 million to enrich student education.

For more information about the Warwick Education Foundation and its programs, visit WarwickEF.org.

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