PHOTO GALLERY: Families join in on fun at Fairview Fever Festival
Friday, October 7, 2011 | 7:55 p.m. CDT;
updated 8:57 p.m. CDT, Friday, October 7, 2011
Eight-year-old Jan Louis, left, jokes about his freshly painted beard with William Coannon, also 8, during the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. The festival featured face painting, hair dying and other activities.
Students, parents and teachers participated in various activities at the Fairview Elementary School's Fever Festival on Friday, including face painting, hair dyeing and a cake walk.
Evelyn Wilbur, 7, looks at herself in the mirror after getting her hair sprayed blue by Linda Graves at the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. Wilbur was checking to see if her hair matched her tongue, which was also blue.
Maani Bahador, 10, walks around a circle during the candy walk at the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. A number was drawn when the music stopped, and participants standing on that number could win candy.
Angie Kome sprays temporary dye on 7-year-old Areya Sehad's hair during the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. Sehad had her hair sprayed orange, pink and blue at the festival — all of her favorite colors.
Tia Felts, left, teaches her son, Quinn Felts, 5, how to put prizes on the fishing hook while Elena Koucherik assists during the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. The game shown involved participants placing a fishing hook over a table, where a hidden person would place a prize on the line and then tug on it to signal that they should pull it up.
Takara Mitchell, 5, waits patiently to see if her number is called during the cake walk at the Fairview Fever Festival on Friday at Fairview Elementary School. The festival was put together by the school's PTA and is one of the biggest fundraisers of the year.
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