A Merrier Terrier Festival at Titusville High

Last weekend, Titusville High School held its 2nd Annual Merrier Terrier festival. This family-friendly, free holiday event was begun post-Covid to bring together visitors from Titusville and the surrounding communities. Literacy was promoted by providing each child with a free book.

THS clubs, teams, and organizations, along with The Grove, Crossroads Community Church of God, and Park Avenue churches, hosted various booths and activities, including ring toss, fishing for prizes, face painting, henna tattoos, cookie decorating, and bracelet making. Several food trucks served all evening, along with hot chocolate, cotton candy, and cake offered for desserts.

Children visited with Santa, the Grinch, Anna and Elsa from Frozen, played in artificial snow, bounce houses, and watched a holiday movie. First responders from TPD and TFD attended in uniform and handed out free popcorn and frisbees.

During the evening, approximately 300 guests attended, some of them young people who previously had no holiday traditions or positive holiday experiences. The staff at THS is privileged to continue to make a positive impact in our community!


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