Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School's Fall Festival
Enjoy the best traditions of autumn, right in our backyard. Bob for an apple, ride a pony or sit back, relax and listen to our neighborhood’s favorite entertainment at the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School’s Fall Festival.
On Saturday, October 20, the school will host a traditional fall festival with pony rides, harvest-style crafts and games, food, live music and activities to celebrate the season. Held on the school grounds of the elementary school campus at 688 Grant Street, the festival will take place from 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
DJ Amy Handler of AM 1690’s “The Kids Are Alright” Radio Show will be spinning her tunes and emceeing games including the Cake Walk. Live entertainment will include guitarist Jimmy Galloway, the Front Porch Session Players and Fun Party.
The event will feature activities for all ages – pony rides, a dunking booth, pumpkin bowling, apple bobbing, pumpkin painting and carving, lantern making, a bake sale, cake walk, arts and crafts, contests and more.
Proceeds of the festival support the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School’s Annual Fund. The school needs to raise at least $400 per student through the yearly fundraising efforts to continue to provide the same student-teacher ratios, art, music and PE programs that are an important part of the school’s curriculum.
For tickets and additional information about the festival, visit www.atlncs.org/fallfestival. Follow us at Facebook.com/ANCSFallFestival for the latest updates. Family ticket pack is $25 for a family of four. Tickets are $8 per person, and children two and under are free. Ticket price includes activities and one pony ride per child. Ticket price does not include food or drink.