Spring Fest Illuminates and Excites
With the school year quickly coming to an end, the Tabor community came together on Duffy Fields to celebrate Spring Fest, a favorite tradition filled with live music, food, games, and a leisurely vibe.
The evening began a “flipping of the switch” Saturday night to turn on the new lights over the turf, illuminating the fields and adding excitement to the air.
Live music rang out as faculty member Gerry Dineen and Tabor alumna Julia Peterson ’18 belted out popular and classic songs. And what’s a party without delicious food?!?! Grilled cheese and ice cream food trucks satisfied everyone's palates. Fire pits were ablaze as students toasted marshmallows and gobbled up S’mores. Seawolves also played yard games such as bubble soccer, corn hole, Jenga, Connect Four, kickball, and Wiffle ball. Raffle prizes were distributed as was glow-in-the-dark paraphernalia to go along with the neon theme of the evening.
SpringFest was a chance for students and faculty to relax and enjoy each other’s company before we begin a series of momentous and memorable events that take us to the end of the school year. We have almost reached the light at the end of the tunnel!