|Event logo designed by Adela P., grade 10|
The evening’s special guest was Mr. Scribbles, a local artist and entertainer. Mr. Scribbles amazed all event participants by turning scribbles into beautiful works of art. The Arcade Elementary chorus and Bob Muhlbauer, a local musician (and my dad!) provided the music for the evening.
|Artwork by Mr. Scribbles|
Other activities throughout the evening featured reading and art. Students tried their luck at the Harry Potter Trivia station. Pioneer high school students organized an activity station centered upon the books The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Where the Wild Things Are. Craft activities included origami (featuring the characters from The Strange Case of Origami Yoda series), coloring, pom pom/pipe cleaner crafts, bookmark making, May Day flowers, duct tape crafts, and rainstick making.
|Rainsticks were a popular item!|
|Pom Pom/Pipe Cleaner crafts|
|A line of event attendees waiting to check out the raffle items.|
|Friendly faces handing out the Family Reading Night tote bags.|
Family Reading Night is becoming a highly-anticipated event at Pioneer! It is wonderful to see staff, students, and community members come together for an exciting night of literacy activities. We are looking forward to hosting another event next year.