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Pequot Lakes PTA to host carnival March 6

The Pequot Lakes PTA will host the "Out of this World" carnival from 5-8 p.m. Friday, March 6, at Eagle View Elementary School. The PTA will concentrate on the education of the solar system for this space-themed party for the children with fun ac...

The Pequot Lakes PTA will host the "Out of this World" carnival from 5-8 p.m. Friday, March 6, at Eagle View Elementary School.

The PTA will concentrate on the education of the solar system for this space-themed party for the children with fun activities, crafts and bouncy house fun. The whole school will be transformed for the evening.

Carnival activities are tailored to pre-K to middle school-aged children. Dinner, snacks and beverages will be available in the cafeteria featuring kid-friendly foods.

Anyone age 2 and older will need a wristband to enter ($6 each at the door the night of the event and $5 each before the event). Wristbands are available at the following Pequot Lakes businesses: Super America, Lakes Latte, Little People and Dairy Queen.

Pre-sale order forms were sent home with all Eagle View students.

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To make a donation for the silent auction or to volunteer at the event, call or text Beth Hansen at 612-718-3874 or email beth@ideazgalore.com .

To follow carnival details and announcements, as well as keep up with PTA activities, like the PTA on Facebook (Pequot Lakes PTA).

All monies raised go directly back to students to help fund field trips, literacy needs and any other additional ways the PTA can help the school district supplement budgets to enhance the educational experience for children.

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