Festival Of Nations Boasts New Booths

Nimisha A. ('20)

This year's Festival of Nations, held on October 6, was a great success, with various different activities, booths, and performances. The festival boasted the well-known classic booths, as well as some newer ones as well. The Seisen teachers enjoyed a big splash at the dunk booth run by the juniors. Yurino K.  (11) mentioned humorously, "It was the perfect activity for the hot weather, and was very entertaining as well".

The art committee ran the face painting booth which was a big hit among the younger students. Naeun H. (11) mentioned, "It was great to see the kids smiling after our paintings. It was also nice to see their parents satisfied with our work".

The 6th graders held the first ever "Quest of Nations", in which students were to complete a quest held around Seisen in exchange for prizes.

 

The country booths were once again a success, with the Seisen community sharing, and enjoying different foods and cultures from around the world.

The Festival brought success once again, with activities that all students were able to enjoy.

The full list of pictures can be found on the Seisen website.

 

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