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The Sock Hop is Coming

All you cool cats and hip chicks, join CRE for our annual Sock Hop on February 3, 2017 from 5:30-7:30pm! We'll have food and fun and dancing and games to keep your feet rockin' all night long! 

Tickets are $10/child presale or $15/child at the door. There is no charge for adults. All children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. CRE students and their families and friends are invited!

Order your presale tickets HERE to pay online, or you may return the Ticket Order Form with cash or check, until January 31. After January 31, presale ticketsales will close and tickets will only be available at the door. 

Admission includes dancing, games, photo booth, cake walk, and more! We will also host a silent auction including 18 themed baskets (Coffee Lovers, Dog Lovers, Movie Night, and more!) as well as items from local businesses including Pink Zebra with Tammy Jensen, Let's Be Chef's meal planning service, Cookies and Crema Coffee Shop and much, much more! 

There will be pizza, water and ice cream available for purchase, as well as glow bracelets, Smencils, and King Soopers cards, payable by cash, check or credit card. We will also have Philly on the Go food truck serving philly cheesesteak sandwiches and chips for $8. 

Volunteers are needed to help make this evening a success. We have a variety of time slots available so that all parent volunteers have the opportunity to attend the event with their children! Sign up to help HERE. We also need donations for our Cake Walk activity! Homemade or store-bought is just fine. Sign up to bring a baked good for the Cake Walk HERE

December 7, 2016 | By mgreene1 | Category: Castle Rock Elementary School

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