All Springwater families and grandparents are invited to our annual Fall Celebration – a Hoe Down at the “Once Upon a Horse” barn facility in Tualatin. Live music, chili and cornbread dinner, and contra dancing will make this a truly memorable event.
Please turn in your dinner order forms by Thursday, November 3rd ($5/adults, $3/child). Serving hearty cowboy chili or vegetarian chili, cornbread and refreshments too. Feel free to bring a sweet treat to share: cookies, brownies, or similar that doesn’t require a paper plate.
- Date: Thurs, November 10th
- Time: 6:00 pm
- Address: 22262 SW Stafford Road, Tualatin OR.
Note: This is a real barn, charming… but an authentic functioning barn! No heat…. limited seating…. live animals. We suggest that you bundle up and dress warmly. We ask that you bring your own camp chair to sit on, and some flashlights, it’s dark out there! Carpool if possible, as there is limited parking.
Kick it up with our very own Lee Brothers Band. Many thanks to Bob Lee (Collin Lee’s Dad) and his band for gracing the stage, providing good ole American country music. The kids will be excited to show off their contra dancing skills that they’ve learned at school from our enthusiastic teachers. There will be line dancing and many more activities for all ages. The upper grades students are invited to stay late for more music and dancing.
In celebration of the holiday season of giving, our annual “Springwater Giving Tree” will be displayed at the barn. There will be loads of gift ideas hanging from the tree, teachers specific wishes that will directly impact your child and their entire classroom.
With community service day in December, our students, once again, will be involved in projects collecting canned food for the Food Bank and a toilet paper drive for City Team Shelter. Let’s help give our students a jump start on their service projects this year. If you feel so inclined, feel free to bring some canned food or toilet paper for collection. Much obliged!
We’d like to recognize our host, Miss Susie of “Once Upon A Horse” for allowing us to use this unique, rustic barn venue free of charge. Thank You…Thank You Miss Susie!