The Edgewood PPE (Parents as Partners in Education) will be hosting their 1st Annual "Edgewood Extravaganza" on Saturday, March 16, 2019.  The events begin at 10:00 am at Edgewood.


There will be something for everyone!  Fun, food, and shopping!


Highlights of the event include:

  • Cornhole Tournament (Limited to 32 teams.  Registration form is attached.  Sign up today!)
  • Vendor Shopping - Shoppers and Vendors are wanted!  (Vendor Application is attached.)
  • Performances by the Edgewood Band and Choir
  • Student Artwork
  • Teacher Displays and Demonstrations (Visitors will have the opportunity to invest in Teacher Grants to enhance the student learning at Edgewood.  We'll be selling "Stock" in education to those who invest in the Teacher Grants and hoping to fund as many grants as possible.)
  • Concessions

Please help us spread the word!  Sign up!  Come to shop, play, eat, invest and be entertained!

Cornhole Registration Form: Cornhole-Registration-Form.pdf
Vendor Application:  Edgewood-Extravaganza-Vendor-Shopping-Application.pdf
Edgewood Extravaganza Flyer:  Edgewood-Extravaganza.pdf


We hope to see you there!

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