Knollwood Elementary 2nd Annual Tricky Tray

Event: Knollwood 2nd Annual Tricky Tray
Location: 333 Willow Ave. Piscataway, NJ 08854
Date: March 6th, 2020
Doors Open: 6 p.m.
Drawings Start: 7:30 p.m.
Parking: Plenty of Parking in the lot behind the school, or street parking is available.
Who: Adults 21 and over. No children, please.
Enter the Building: Using Wade Street Entrance - Door Number 4
Food and Drinks: You may bring your own food and drinks, but please, no alcohol. Refreshments will also be available for sale.
Entrance: $15 early bird (deadline 2/28), After that $20. Admission includes 1 sheet of Level 1 tickets. Packages are available, including our Early Bird Only Platinum Package!
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Prizes include: Devil's tickets, American Girl Doll, 50 in Smart TV, Ring Doorbell and echo dot, calendar wall, lottery apron, 50/50, door prizes as well as donations from many generous businesses (see pics) and more…

As well as prizes donated from many generous Knollwood Families.

Visit to purchase tickets online. Our early bird specials end on 2/28, so be sure to buy your tickets before then.

Money raised from our tricky tray will be spent exclusively on school supplies, assemblies, field trips (no child has to miss out because their family doesn't have the money for them to go) and programs such as our school/community garden (every child has the opportunity to go outside and plant something in the garden and watch it grow). These extras help to enhance our children's educational experience.

Grab your friends and family and have a night out to support a good cause. We hope to see you there. Paid groups of 6 or more can reserve a table.

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Fri, March 06
6:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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Event: Knollwood 2nd Annual Tricky Tray
Location: 333 Willow Ave. Piscataway, NJ 08854
Date: March 6th, 2020
Doors Open: 6 p.m.
Drawings Start: 7:30 p.m.
Parking: Plenty of Parking in the lot behind the school, or street parking is available.
Who: Adults 21 and over. No children, please.
Enter the Building: Using Wade Street Entrance - Door Number 4
Food and Drinks: You may bring your own ...

333 Willow Ave Piscataway, NJ 08854

Knollwood Elementary School

333 Willow Ave
Piscataway, NJ 08854

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