16th annual Souper Bowl set for Sunday | SierraSun.com

16th annual Souper Bowl set for Sunday

Artwork from Creekside's student winner, Cheney Dietz, in preparation of the Souper Bowl.
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Creekside Charter School and Squaw Valley Prep, both located in Olympic Valley, is hosting its 16th annual Souper Bowl event on Sunday, May 3, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach.

Open to the public and fun for all ages, the Souper Bowl is the school’s main fundraiser. This family friendly event will feature delicious, locally prepared food, student performances, arts and crafts, activities, games, and more.

A live and silent auction will also take place featuring numerous goods and services provided by retail stores, restaurants and businesses from throughout our community and beyond, including weekend stays in Monterey and Carmel and one week stay in Las Oslas, Mexico.

“The Souper Bowl is a chance for families from the entire Truckee Tahoe Basin to meet and become familiar with the kids and families that attend Creekside and Squaw Valley Prep,” said Melissa Hodous, Creekside parent and event organizer. “This event also serves as the fundraiser supporting one of the most unique aspects of our school, enrichment Fridays, when students get to experience a wide range of disciplines not typically offered at a traditional school, such as computer stop animation, karate, cooking, puppeteering, drama and skiing.”

Funds will also be used to support Squaw Valley Prep field trips, special class projects and guest classroom speakers.

Cost for adults is $25 at the door. Children 14 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the school — located next to Olympic Village Inn at Squaw — or through families directly, as well as online at creeksidepto.org.

The event center is located at 8318 North Lake Blvd. in Kings Beach.

This article was submitted by Creekside Charter School and Squaw Valley Prep. Visit http://www.creeksidecooperative.org or http://www.squawprep.org for information.

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