Save the Date for Pike Fest 2022!
Friday, February 4, 2022
(Snow Date: Friday, February 11)
Pike Fest gives students the opportunity to engage with globally focused arts and cultural activities. Teachers/staff/families can use this opportunity to share their culture, heritage, and/or personal passion in a format that is innovative and engaging for students.
View the complete list of workshops from Pike Fest 2020.
Workshops should have a clear cultural and/or global component, and they can be tied to any subject area: music, art, movement, math, science, literature, etc.
There are three ways you can contribute to Pike Fest:
- Lead a workshop
- Co-lead a workshop with another community member or teacher
- Volunteer to help out through the day
Faculty and staff will be participating in this event as well. They will contribute to the day's workshops and assist with programming, classroom coverage, and other support in the building.
If you know of a Pike alum who might be interested in leading a workshop this year, feel free to forward them this email or tell them to get in touch with us!
The deadline to submit a workshop is Friday, December 3.
Here is a small sample of past workshops:
- Martial Art and Taekwondo
- Hip Hop: an African American Tradition
- Building Balanced Bridges
- Dances of India
- Yoga and Meditation
- Wishing Traditions Around the World
- Fundamentals of Cricket
- Balinese Gamelan Music
- Heritage and Hogwarts
- Journeys across Himalayas
- Irish Step Dancing
- Raptors Around the World
- LGBTTTQQIAA: Ever Wonder What It All Means?