Photos: Molino Park Fairy Tale Night

October 31, 2011

Molino Park Elementary School recently held their annual Fairy Tale Night  with activities to encourage students to enjoy reading.

In additional to fairy tales “Paul Bunyan” read by Matt Brabham and “The Three Little Pigs” read by Paul Morrellbook, events included a character costume contest, with Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz and a pirate from Peter Pan stealing the show.

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Pictured: Fair Tale Night at Molino Park Elementary School. Submitted photos by Candice Blackburn for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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2 Responses to “Photos: Molino Park Fairy Tale Night”

  1. abry on November 1st, 2011 1:34 pm

    One of the best schools in america.I am thankful to be living in an area that has great schools for my children and grandchildren.Molino,Earnest Ward and Northview are all great schools.

  2. Molino Park PTA on October 31st, 2011 6:51 am

    This was a wonderful event and we thank everyone that made it happen – turning Molino Park Elementary into Fairy Tale Land for a evening and allowing the children and adults to dress up and listen to stories.

    Popcorn and drinks were provided by the PTA.

    THANK YOU EVERYONE

    Molino Park Elementary Rocks





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