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Back to School Block Party

2018 Hidden Hills Block Party

Theme: A Night at the 1950’s Sock Hop

  • Friday September 7th from 5:30PM - 8:30PM
  • Location : Hidden Hills Courtyard and MPR
  • Ticket Price: Advance online purchase $10 or $15 at the door (all ages)
  • Advance Online Purchase: If possible, please purchase the tickets by Advance online Purchase. This helps us better plan the Block Party.


Ticket Price includes: Several great tasting food choices, ice cream, activity tables, photo booth, face painting, and a DJ hosted by Boosterthon. The Block Party is not a fundraiser. Funds collected from ticket sales are used to pay for the 2018 Hidden Hills Block Party. No PTA membership funds or PTA donations are used in the funding of the Block Party.


Purchase (Ticket) Information

Advance Online Purchase

  • Online purchases can be made at the Hidden Hills Future Fund Store
  • Payments can be made with credit cards, checks, cash online. If payments are made by check/cash, please bring these payments to the Block Party. The checks should be made payable to Hidden Hills PTA.
  • Online purchases will be available until Wednesday, September 5th at noon.

At the Door

  • Only cash and check payments will be accepted at the door. The checks should be made payable to Hidden Hills PTA.


Please feel free to dress in your best 1950 theme outfits, Spirit Wear, or casual wear.


For more information about Hidden Hills PTA, please visit our website


Quote to Win Contest at the Block Party


The following winning quotes have been chosen from over 20 entries:

 “Having fun is a feeling you have all the time. That's a good thing… right?” - Kriti A. – 2nd Grade

 “We are all that one gem who shines among others.” - Mitali A. – 4th Grade

“The most important thing in the world is to have fun.” - Uma H. – 4th Grade

“I think everyone should be able to feel this good. Let's rock!” - Philip D. – 4th Grade “Creativity is Intelligence having fun.” - Ananya R. – 5th Grade


“To jump around and have fun, is fun, but to really experience it you have to have friends and family to share it with.” - Ananya K. – 5th Grade

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