Does it take one idea, or even one person to start a fire? I am not sure, but I do know this. The art of a community is not narrowed down to just one. The idea of Repentino. (meaning all of a sudden in Spanish) was a student movement to change perceptions of what art is. It developed as a literary magazine in Mexico City.
Relocating to Greenwood Delaware, at Woodbridge High School, The Riff, a new student magazine, the idea of a festival to bring community together under the umbrella of art, of all types was also a student-led idea worth developing. June 8th will be about celebrating our obstacles, our achievements, our trials, our accomplishments as one community. Our first year will not be our last thanks to you as a community.
June 8th will be a 5k in the AM, and thanks to Slim Streets Sounds’ generosity, this is going to be a motivated and hype event to support the fight Troy represents for himself and for so many others. Amity Coffee helping welcome walkers and runners, celebrate what it means to be selfless and a fighter, and supporting such an individual like Troy Haynes. Proceeds will benefit the Troy Haynes fund and registrants will receive the Troy Haynes Fight Like Four Shirt. This 5k will start and end at Greenwood Public Library parking lot. Some exciting DJ music, announcements, and prizes be part of this 8:00 AM start, preregistration is until June 01, 7:00 AM at Amity is the packet pickup OR at Amity Friday the day before until close. Registration online is also possible HERE
From 11:00 – 4:00, thanks to groups you will find at the bottom of this post, occurring at the VFW Greenwood at 303 Mills Street, Greenwood, DE and the Greenwood Public Library, a host of events for the family will be made available. Crafts seen at the Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C. for children will be made available at a modest ticket price to the public; board, card, and game tournaments will be happening at the VFW in Greenwood all day, with lots of prizes available. Activities for families will be made available to the public, from signups for athletic groups, 5k’s and health services, information from local police officers, Jedi training, comicon events, and recycled craft activities to just plain old bouncey houses, we want to show what community means involving churches, schools, healthy activities, and more. What a great tradition to begin.
11:00 AM WHS Select Ensemble with National Anthem and presentation of the flag thanks to the WHS MCJROTC Colorguard
11:45 – The Splash Brothers- Ashon Jackson and Ja’mez Styles Exciting and motivating Upcoming Artists From Delaware
Check them out at Soundcloud: Ybnana-GMN with even newer Music Coming Soon!
We are represented at the festival by:
Class of 2020 from Woodbridge selling WHS pop sockets and Fight Like 4 bracelets!
CRAFTS tied to the Baltimore Aquarium!
Dolores Beam Art from Greenwood, DE
The Summer Bike Challenge sponsored by GearUp promotes bicycle riding for children under the age of twelve by offering prizes to those who record at least ten hours of riding their bike over the course of the summer.
HeartArt encourages people to make creative kindness items for sharing with people in need. Their coloring cards initiative has already helped more than 4000 people send over 11,000 cards to soldiers, veterans, seniors in nursing homes and others who need a pick up.
Petting ZOO involved with 4H!
Passion Fruit Juice with real sugarcane! It’s a sweet and tangy and tart combination of one of the tropics favorite fruit passion fruit juice. Full of vitamins… passion fruit juice is a punch a flavor to your taste buds and a refreshing drink for the heat of the summer!
Roaming Raiders The Roaming Raiders are a group of students and teachers committed to learning about the world around us through travel. This year we traveled to Peru and got to see Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, visit a local preschool, and much more. The students were able to learn a lot about the indigenous people of Peru and their rich history. In June 2020 we will continue our adventures traveling to England, France, and Spain. Students are looking forward to seeing Big Ben, walking through the Louvre, and exploring Park Güell.
“The Seaford Parks & Recreation booth will be offering sign-ups for their summer clinics, selling wooden breast cancer ribbons, and will have information about trips and events they are hosting throughout the year!”
TACOS and Corn delicacies!
Woodbridge High School Select Ensemble
Our Facebook Page Woodbridge High School Performing Arts Department
Check out our Instagram at Instagram @whs_performingarts
Please check here the next few days there are even MORE updates.
If you’d like to volunteer for the day, let us know at email@example.com
Stay tuned for some exciting updates on the day all for benefiting what we know as community and created by The Riff Literary Art Magazine.