Tejeda hosts history faire & Culture Fest
History Hill was packed at Tejeda Middle School with cowboys, gladiators, Vikings and Medieval knights.
Tejeda hosted the 12th annual History Faire and Culture Fest Saturday, April 6. The event is a fundraiser that benefits the school clubs and organizations.
Students were able to sign the Declaration of Independence, pan for gold, and do many hands-on activities.
Several groups performed historical re-enactments for visitors. There were games,music, art, drama, and lots of food.
Visitors panning for gold and treasures.
Principal Brenda Shelton gets her hair painted by students at History Faire.
Posted on April 8, 2013