Mountain Vista and Oracle Ridge Fall Festival Oracle School District #2, Oracle, Arizona

The days are warm, but no longer scorching and the nights have cooled down to jacket wearing temperatures. It’s autumn, and in Arizona that means more football, more time outdoors, and the sweet anticipation of holiday celebration to come.

It also, traditionally, means celebrating the harvest and the changing of the seasons.

Here’s an opportunity for you to get out and enjoy one of the best perks of this season, a fall festival of food, drink, games and more.

Come celebrate the cool weather and traditions of fall at the Oracle Schools PTO second annual Fall Festival,Mountain Vista Elementary School, Oracle on Fri. and Sat., Oct. 26 and 27 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

There will be a variety of food, game, activity booths and a haunted house for those who love to be frightened or just want some fashion tips for their soon-to-be needed Halloween costume, with tickets sold for all food, beverages and activities. The public is invited and encouraged to join in this fun.

Vendors are welcome; booth rental is available for only $25. Volunteers are also needed. Those interested in volunteering or being a vendor can contact Brenda Garcia at 520.405.0549 or bgarcia@osd2.org or Lydia Smith at 520-896-3004 or lsmith@osd2.org.

The Oracle Schools PTO supports a variety of very worthwhile efforts at both the Oracle Ridge and Mountain Vista schools. These efforts range from supporting teacher initiatives in the classrooms, to raising $20,000 to fund the building of a concession stand and restrooms at the sports fields.

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