It's an old-fashioned fun festival, all for a good cause.
One of the unknown little public schools in the San Fernando Valley, is expanding it's annual fundraiser to this year. It will be more accessible, and more fun for all—and it's open to all.
This tiny school, with only about 250 students K-6th grades, is holding events such as a pie-eating contest, old-fashioned cake walk, game booths, face-painting, inflatable jumpers and more will keep your family smiling all afternoon.
Be entertained by Cheerleaders, Capoeria (Brazilian martial art that combines dance and music), and Kung Fu athletic performances, Sword-fighting, Folkloric and Jazz dancers, plus student performances including Kindergarten dancers and upper grade original song performances.
Nosh on pulled pork and chicken sandwiches, veggie dogs, sno-cones, and baked goods.
Don’t forget to visit the Student Council lemonade stand and to enter the 50/50 raffle. We welcome local families, with children of all ages, to join us.
This event will be held Sunday, April 29 from noon to 4 p.m. at North Weddington Park located at 10844 Acama Street, off Lankershim Blvd.
Parking is available in the Rec Center parking lot. Street parking is available on Acama St. and Valley Spring Ln.
Admission is FREE and tickets are 50 cents each at the registration table (cash only) – activity prices vary.
Money raised supports Valley View Elementary School. Since 1917, Valley View has been the hidden gem of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Located in the Hollywood Hills, Valley View (K-6) boasts a dedicated teaching staff and PTA, a culturally diverse population, and an 800+ Academic Performance Index (API) score.
Our annual enrollment of only 260 children makes Valley View Elementary unique in size. Funds raised support library services, computer labs, field trips, science enrichment, and interactive assemblies.