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October 23, 2012 > Halloween Carnival to benefit New Haven co-curriculars

Halloween Carnival to benefit New Haven co-curriculars

Submitted By Emma Victoria G. Blanco
Photos By Courtesy of New Haven Boosters Association

The New Haven Boosters Association (NHBA) and the New Haven Schools Foundation (NHSF) would like to invite families to a Halloween Eve Carnival on Tuesday, October 30 at James Logan High School in Union City.

The celebration will take place on the outdoor basketball courts next to the parking lot from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will include over a dozen carnival games such as ring toss, five-pin bowling, par-one golf, "Flip a Frog" and "Tip the Clown."

Admission to the event is free, but tickets for the carnival games will cost $1 each (or 6 tickets for $5). Other attractions include a jump house, popcorn, a Halloween costume contest and performances by the Eastin Elementary School choir and Logan High's Show Choir.

The carnival is a NHBA fundraising effort to help the Foundation meet its $100,000 pledge to support New Haven Co-Curricular Programs. The co-sponsoring New Haven Teachers Association will also donate its share of the proceeds to help support student activities.

Gourmet food trucks will offer dinner and sweets from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., as the event will be held in conjunction with the "Logan High Street Eats," which takes place every Tuesday in the Logan parking lot.

For more information and/or volunteer opportunities, contact Rebecca Venable at

Join in the fun!

Halloween Eve Carnival
Tuesday, October 30
James Logan High School, parking lot
1800 H Street, Union City
4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
No admission fee, but carnival games $1/ea.
Info: Contact Rebecca Venable at

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