Halsted Middle School Painted Barn Market Sign Making Event/Fundraiser

The HMS 8th Grade Parent Group presents the Painted Barn Market Sign Making Event/Fundraiser.  

Create your own custom Monogrammed or Inspiring Sign.  Friday, March 24th from 6:30pm till 9pm.  All adults welcome. Class will be held at the Halsted Middle School, 59 Halsted Street, Newton.  Signs range from $45 - $60.  Register online today at www.paintedbarnmarket.com to reserve your spot.  Select the HMS Private Party link and then follow the directions to choose your sign, background color and pay.  It's so easy! Check out photos and ideas on Facebook, Painted Barn Market (of Lafayette.)  Hope to see you there!

Contact Information
  1. Lori Molkenthin
  2. hmsclassof2017@gmail.com
Fri, March 24
6:30 pm — 9:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/24/2017 6:30pm 03/24/2017 9:00pm America/New_York Halsted Middle School Painted Barn Market Sign Making Event/Fundraiser

The HMS 8th Grade Parent Group presents the Painted Barn Market Sign Making Event/Fundraiser.

Create your own custom Monogrammed or Inspiring Sign. Friday, March 24th from 6:30pm till 9pm. All adults welcome. Class will be held at the Halsted Middle School, 59 Halsted Street, Newton. Signs range from $45 - $60. Register online today at www.paintedbarnmarket.com to reserve your spot. ...

59 Halsted Street Newton, NJ 07860

Halsted Middle School

59 Halsted Street
Newton, NJ 07860

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