Spring Fest at Bowser school

Bowser Elementary to host a fun-packed event this Friday

Performer Jake West brings his talents to Bowser Elementary School on Friday for SpringFest.

The Bowser Elementary School Parent Advisory Council is hosting a family fun filled event at the school on Friday, April 27.

SpringFest is open to the public and will consist of a talent show that includes both performances and artwork, a silent auction and a picnic.

The biggest event of the year, the event promises to be engaging and exciting with entertainment showcasing the talents of Bowser Elementary’s young performers and artists.

For the first time this year the event will also feature a circus/comedy/juggling pre-show and roving entertainment courtesy of Jake West, who will also serve as MC.

The $5 ticket price includes admission and picnic feast.

The event gets going at at 5 p.m. on April 27.

More details are be available on the Bowser Elementary School Parent Advisory Council Facebook page and on their blog at www.bowserpac.blogspot.com.


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