Saturday, October 15, Noon to 9 PM (Granny’s Attic opens at 9 AM)
Sunday, October 16, 10:30 AM to 7 PM
It’s that time of year again…
Our Fall Festival is an annual neighborhood tradition and the school’s largest fundraiser. You will not want to miss this FREE community event! There’s fun for the whole family, including great food, interactive booths and games, and a full schedule of entertainment.
- An entertainment stage jam-packed with dance performances, live music, and more
- Granny’s Attic – North Park’s largest rummage sale
- Game booths like balloon darts, duck pond, and Plinko
- An art station for make-and-take crafts
- Pumpkin Patch
- Numerous boutiques, including The Handmade Market and Read-Cycle
- Incredible food, ranging from Mexican food to burgers
- An enclosed beer garden (21+) called The Barn Bar, serving beer, wine, and other libations
- All-day passes for the game room, an inflatable jumpy, or the Little Kids Zone
All games and booths require tickets, which are available for purchase at the entrance to the festival. Some food and boutique vendors accept debit or credit cards. NO CASH!!!
2022 SPONSORSHIP/VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
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Donate Your Stuff
GRANNY’S ATTIC – North Park’s Largest Annual Rummage Sale needs your stuff. This is a great excuse to clean out your closets this summer. We love gently used clothing, toys, housewares, etc… Deliver items to the Parish Hall door at Dwight Street (cross street is Ray Street). Donations will be accepted during the following days and times:
- Saturdays, September 10, 17, 24 + October 1- 1pm to 3pm
- Sundays, September 11, 18, 25 + October 5 – 1pm to 3pm
READ-CYCLE – Donate gently used books, CDs, DVDs and video games of any kind. Donations can be put on the Parish Hall stage every weekend during Granny’s Attic drop off times will coincide with Granny’s Attic days and times. Please place all items in boxes before donating.
Give & Get Involved
LUCKY CHARMS – If you have jewelry you never wear or have never liked, we can help you find someone who does. Donate your gently used jewelry to your child’s teacher (date to be announced) or school & parish any time prior to the festival. If you are a school parent, please put your name on the donation or wait until October to turn in your jewelry for the school collection contest. The class who collects the most wins a prize!
CAKEWALK – If you love to bake, we need your sweets! We like brownies, muffins, fudge, rice krispy treats, cookies – preferably covered with wrap or individually bagged and marked if nuts are used in your recipe. School families earn PIP for donations. Delivery dates are Oct X to Oct X, 2022 to the school office. Click for a Bakery PIP Form to include with your donation.
The Handmade Market
Make and donate handmade items for our Handmade Market for the festival. Earn PIP for time spent on items. Check out ideas on our Pinterest page. Donations are accepted from now until the festival.
If you have questions about the festival and/or donations, please contact the school office at 619-297-1314 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tax receipts are available for any items donated.
2022 Entertainment Schedule (Tentative)
|12:00pm||32nd Street Jazz Band||www.sahs.org|
|1:15pm||Huey, Dewey and Louie|
|3:00pm||California Ballet School Junior Company||www.californiaballetschool.org|
|4:00pm||Kalamity Wayne and The City Slickers||www.facebook.com/Kalamitywayne|
|9:30am||Celebration of the Mass|
|12:30pm||Vernetta’s Dance Studio||www.vernettadance.com|
|1:45pm||Pride of Polynesia Dance Revue||www.prideofpolynesia.com|
|3:15pm||North Park Rock-n-Blues||www.facebook.com/Northparkrockandblues/|
|5:45pm||San Diego Civic Dance Arts||www.facebook.com/SDCivicDanceArts|