Lewis Garden Fair is Saturday, April 25th,
It’s not too soon to get those plant starts going. In fact now is the BEST time to get them started! Look for the red wagon outside the office for empty tubs for putting your plant starts in, and drop off extras from your house to add to the wagon. Any questions about getting plants ready? Email Kathleen at email@example.com. Questions about how you can help with the garden fair? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Ideas about vendors and expanding on the Garden Fair and Community Day? Come to the PTA meeting Tuesday!
Lewis Garden/PTA Pre-Purchase Plant Sale
It’s time to make your garden wish list! Order forms will be coming home in backpacks for the 2nd annual Lewis Garden PTA pre-purchase plant sale. Choose from an amazing variety of healthy, well-established plants at great prices! There’s a wide selection of vegetable starts (including organic herbs, and heirloom tomatoes), annual flowers, perennials for sun and shade, beautiful planters, hanging baskets, and more! Plants will be available for pick-up on the Lewis playground April 24th. Order forms are due April 1. Please make checks payable to Lewis PTA.
Online ticket sales are now open for the Lewis Elementary School production of Jack and the Three Sillies at tinyurl.com/lewisplay2015 The play is set for Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20. Both shows start at 6:30 p.m. Please contact the school office if financial assistance is needed. Lewis productions routinely sell out in advance, so get your tickets while you can!
This comedy/folktale centers around Jack, a smart but simple country man, who is about to marry a wealthy farmer’s only daughter, Buttons.
When he realizes just how silly Buttons and her parents are, he vows to leave and never return unless he meets three sillies “more silly than you three sillies.” As he travels about the country, he meets an old woman trying to capture sunlight in boxes to brighten the inside of her windowless house; a family of milkmaids who have trouble counting to six; newlyweds with feuding in-laws; a man who spends hours each day trying to put on his pants; and numerous silly people who make Buttons and her family seem almost intelligent.
Ms. Ashley visited with her students on Tuesday and introduced them to her new son. Ms. Ashley will return to work after spring break.
Please check Classroom Notes for specific classroom visit times…