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Fall Fest 2015
October 30, 2015 at 3:13 p.m.
Acting as judges in the bake-off, Blind Brook Interim Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Ross (left), Ridge Street School Principal Tracey Taylor and Board of Education President Jeff Diamond sample their way through 17 desserts submitted by children and adults.
Samantha Smith gets some help from Ashley Welde and her daughter JaneMarie. Welde, a Blind Brook school board member, helped introduce a comprehensive recycling program to Ridge Street School and helped parents new to the system navigate the different bins during Fall Fest.
Ava Steele and Judy Klein hold their award-winning cupcakes. The two won first place for students and adults, respectively, in the bake-off contest.
Rye Brook's Bealy Dan Band performs classic hits for the attendees.
Reese Weinstein (left) and Marley Frieman decorate tiny pumpkins.
Ella Paulson, 4, kicks an inflated "bowling ball" at oversized pins.
"Chirpin' Charlie," the Ridge Street School mascot, high fives a little boy. The Blind Brook PTA organized the second Fall Fest at Ridge Street School on Saturday, Oct. 24 which included a bake sale, food trucks, live music, crafts and a variety of activities for families.
Attendees grab lunch from the Roaming Woodfired Pizza Truck, one of four food trucks to set up at Fall Fest.
With grins on their faces, 3rd graders Abby Goldstein (left) and Abby Meron hula hoop.