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2018 Sock Hop!


All you cool cats mark your calendars and put on those dancin' shoes! 

You are invited to dress in your 50's best and dance the night away at CRE's Sock Hop! This event is CRE's largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds from this event will be used to purchase technology for our classrooms!

When: Friday, March 9, 2018
Where: CRE
Time: 5:30-7:30pm
Cost: $15/ticket*
*Adults & Children under 3 are FREE.
*Max $45 per family (immediate family only)

Tickets may be purchased by returning the Ticket Form and a check payable to CRE PTO, or by credit card by visiting our PTO Store website. If paying by credit card, please include the name(s) of your student(s) in the note section on the final payment screen!

Admission includes: dancing, cake walk, carnival games, photo booth, and much, much more!

Optional Activities (additional cost):

  • Raffle Items - $1 per ticket
    • 50/50 Cash Split Raffle (the winner splits the pot of cash with the PTO!)
    • Spirit Wear (t-shirt, hoodie, long sleeved shirt)
    • Gift Certificate to Edible Arrangements
    • 2 free hours + registration at KidsTown drop-in childcare center
    • and MORE!
  • The PTO will have pretzel rods, bottled water, spirit wear, and glow necklaces available for purchase.
Food: We are proud to offer 100% Street Tacos food truck as our official Sock Hop food vendor! They accept cash or credit cards. Check out their menu and come HUNGRY!! 100% Street Tacos Menu
February 27, 2018 | By mgreene1 | Category: Castle Rock Elementary School

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