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Lakeview PTA Set To Host Lakeview Fall Fun Fest


DENVILLE, NJ—The Lakeview Elementary School’s PTA is hosting the Lakeview Fall Fun Fest on Sept. 12 from 1:00-5:00 p.m.  Fun Fest will be held at Lakeview Elementary, located at 44 Cooper Rd. The PTA is welcoming children, parents, and the entire Denville community to come out for this fun fall event.

The event admission is free, but tickets are required for games and activities. Tickets are $1.00 each or 25 tickets for $20.00. All games and activities are three tickets or less, with most being one ticket.

The Fall Fun Fest will feature 10+ carnival games including a dunk tank, laser tag, and inflatables. What’s a carnival without temporary tattoos, spin art, and face painting? There will also be a DJ spinning all the most popular hits.

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Food is also a big component of the Fall Fun Fest. Food trucks will be on hand to offer some energy replenishment for the kids. With as many activities are there are planned, the kids are going to need it. Food will be available for purchase from many local food trucks, including Sweet Niche, Paella Lady, Empanada Lady, Taxi Cab Burgers, Hot Dogs and Fries, Popcorn and More.

The Lakeview PTA is also looking for volunteers to help run Fun Fest and make it a fun event for all. There are currently three ways to help. Help is requested by sponsoring a booth, volunteering for a shift on event day, or donating food or drinks.

This event is hosted by the Lakeview Lion’s A.R. Spinola PTA. The event is one of the popular fundraisers held by the PTA to raise money to plan and host special events through the year for the students who attend Lakeview School. For up to minute information, the Lakeview Lion’s PTA Facebook page is the place to check. 

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