Longmont Bingo Hall (640 19th Ave.)
This fun weekly event will be a fundraiser for the school and a great way for our school families to get in some volunteer hours.
Before & After Weekend Masses Sept. 28th & Sept. 29th
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. daily Sept. 30th – Oct. 4th with extended hours Tuesday Oct. 1st until 6:00 p.m.
Our Fall book fair will “leaf” you wanting more! Exciting NEW fiction, classic favorites, graphic novels! Get your hands on thrilling non-fiction from survivalist tips to extreme facts about our planet to 100’s of things you want to know about coding and everything in between! This book fair provides books for our library and offers students, parents, and teachers commercial-free options for excellent literature. Have birthdays and family occasions before the book fair? Click on the link and start ordering TODAY! https://tinyurl.com/StJB2019
Penny Wars is a tradition at SJB! It’s a fundraiser where the kids can get involved by brining in their loose copper change and paper money to accumulate points for their class. They can choose to sabotage other classes with any silver coins! The battle is one for the books every year!
6:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Come support our school by enjoying a night of fun, laughs & exciting Casino action in a TRUE Casino Environment with Regulation Tables & Professional Dealers! We will have silent auction items, as well as VIP silent auction items! Tickets are $75 per person. Included in ticket price is a casino voucher, open bar, and heavy appetizers. To end the night of gambling fun, you can get your groove on with the music for dancing until the event ends. Come support SJB and have a blast while doing it! To purchase tickets, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Council sponsors our annual food drive for the St. John the Baptist Food bank. It’s a great service project for the entire school community to give back to those in need during the holiday season.
Our annual Christmas Market is where our students can shop for family and friends and pick “secret” gifts for each. In addition to having fun, students learn money counting skills and how to think of others.