Annual Fall Carnival Delights Young Chargers

By Jessica Leite '22

On Friday, November 5, Heritage Hall students in grades preschool-5 enjoyed rides, games, food, and a petting zoo during the Lower School Fall Carnival hosted annually by the Heritage Hall School Patrons Association (HHSPA).

Traditionally held inside the School’s McClendon Athletic Center (MAC), this year’s event moved outdoors to the MAC parking lot. As such, parent volunteers could be seen prepping for the festivities throughout the day, which only heightened students’ excitement. 

Arriving that evening, Charger families were delighted to see a full-fledged carnival complete with decorations, games, food trucks, carnival rides, inflatables, and a petting zoo. A DJ added to the lively atmosphere. Many Upper School students also enjoyed the festivities while serving as event volunteers. 

Always among the most popular fall events, this year’s carnival was especially memorable and meaningful after being canceled last year due to the pandemic. Thank you to everyone who helped make the event possible.

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