Christmas in Conyngham Parade and Demonstration
Dec
2
12:00 PM12:00

Christmas in Conyngham Parade and Demonstration

Mountain Valley Family Martial Arts cordially invites you to participate with us in the 2017 Christmas in Conyngham parade. 

When: Saturday, December 2nd

Parade at 12 p.m.

Karate Demonstration from 2:00 – 2:30 p.m.

The parade begins at Bright Beginnings Early Learning Center and proceeds down Main Street, ending at Whispering Willows park where there will be a large celebration including entertainment, craft vendors, food stands, large raffles and a Santa home run derby! There is no fee to participate but we ask that you bring at least one canned good to donate to the Valley Food Pantry if you decide to join us.

All proceeds will be donated to the Valley Food Pantry.

Please Sign Up at the dojo by Wednesday, November 23rd (the day before Thanksgiving).

You must wear your gi to participate but you can wear extra layers underneath it to stay warm. Our performance will be a demonstration of what we do at the dojo.

We welcome all ages for our demonstration!

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Community Trick-or-Treat (Non-Food)
Oct
31
4:00 PM16:00

Community Trick-or-Treat (Non-Food)

Mountain Valley Family Martial Arts is helping to creat a safer and healthier Halloween by celebrating the Teal Pumpkin Project! We will be providing non-food treats for community trick-or-treaters on October 31st from 4pm - 8pm. Please note that our treat supply may be limited as we aren't sure how many trick-or-treaters to expect.
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We encourage everyone to become a Teal Pumpkin Project Insider by clicking here https://www.foodallergy.org/education-awareness/teal-pumpkin-project/free-resources.

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Halloween Candy Donation Drive
Oct
30
to Nov 9

Halloween Candy Donation Drive

With Halloween fast approaching, Mountain Valley Family Martial Arts plans to help the children in our community stay healthy while supporting families facing a serious medical crisis. To do this, Sensei Nevin Baskin is holding a Halloween Candy Donation Drive from October 30 to November 9 at the dojo, located in the Church Hill Mall in Hazleton. People can bring their leftover candy to the dojo and the candy will be taken to the Ronald McDonald House of Danville on the weekend of November 11-12.

The Halloween candy donated by the community will go to families who have a seriously injured or ill child, from birth through age 21, who is currently in treatment. The parents and siblings of these young patients, who are often far from their familial support systems, can stay at the Ronald McDonald House of Danville to remain close to their child in treatment.

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