Fine Arts Booster Club
About the Fine Arts Booster Club
Recent contributions the FABC has made to the fine arts programs at LHS include purchasing a baritone saxophone, electric keyboards, and storage in the auditorium.
SugarPlum Holiday Fair: October 24, 2020
The marquee fundraiser of the FABC is the SugarPlum Holiday Fair, which will take place this year on October 24, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
More than 70 vendors will be on campus at Lutheran High School. All manner of quality handmade crafts and products, crafted by artisans from all over Indiana, will be available for sale. Check out local small businesses, direct sale representatives, and more! There's always something new! Concessions will be served all day!
The event charges only $1 admission or two canned goods (to be donated to the Emmaus Food Pantry) per patron.
New this Year!
Vendors are contributing items that will be raffled off the day of the event! All proceeds will benefit the fine arts students!
CLICK HERE for the SugarPlum Vendor application. Early registration applications are due September 4. All applications are due by October 9.
Students involved in the Fine Arts at LHS are asked to give some time on Saturday, October 24 (or Friday, October 23) to help run the SugarPlum Holiday Fair. There are many different tasks and you may be asked to do a variety of things during your shift. We need the most help with the load in and load out shifts. Thank you in advance for your help!
If you are not able to give time, please consider making a food donation as listed on the sign up website. There are many items that may be purchased and dropped off prior to the event. This will be a great help to bring down the cost and increase the funds raised from concessions. Thanks in advance for your help!
Parents are asked to give some time on Saturday, October 24 (or Friday, October 23) to help run the SugarPlum Holiday Fair. There are many different tasks and you may be asked to do a variety of things during your shift. We need the most help with the set up and tear down shifts.