You Are Cordially Invited
To The 11th Annual
Millbrae Nursery School
Friday, February 21, 2014
Dinner 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Dinner includes: Pasta Dinner, Salad, Bread & Dessert
Prices: Adults ~ $10 ea. Children: 2 and older ~ $5 ea.
1000% Fundraising Credit
A delicious pasta dinner will be followed by dessert, art sale and auction. Original art pieces are made by the children of MNS. It will be a fun night, filled with wonderful memories made with the staff, family, and friends of MNS. MNS families are welcome to bring friends and relatives. Sign up in your classroom to attend.
Join us for our annual Nacho Night
Friday, September 24
6pm at MNS
Enjoy delicious food from MNS family-owned El Super Burrito
while raising money for our school.
Children (2+): $3
Children under 2: FREE
Bring family and friends!
100% of the ticket price goes toward your fundraising credit for the year.
Today the children, and grown-ups enjoyed a train ride field trip to Washington Park in Burlingame. Our 2 & 3 year old class boarded Cal-Train at the San Bruno station, and the kiddos had to make the big decision of sitting upstairs or downstairs. After settling into our seats, we all were quickly smiling, talking, laughing and singing; much to the amusement of the morning commuters! We even caught a quick glimpse of Millbrae Nursery school from the train windows as we zoomed by. At Washington Park we enjoyed a delicious snack of homemade pumpkin muffins, fresh fruit, cheese and juice. We ended our fieldtrip by blowing gallons of bubbles into the air, and sleepily riding the train back to school.
Submitted by Amy Baksheeff
Sunday we had great weather and an even better turnout – around 70 people were were attending, most of them in great outfits. We had lots of fun, the kids were thrilled!
I’d be so happy if someone who is a better writer would write a few lines here – if you don’t have an account email me the text!
David already posted his video, great footage, thanks David:
Amy’s Video is waiting to be posted, for now you can see it here
Some of my photos (I might get around to reducing that and make a gallery eventually. And then I’ll make a video too…):
The blur in the middle of some of my photos is not a bad camera… it’s sunscreen on my lens.