Montecito Union School 50th Annual School Carnival
**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event.
Date & Time
Sat, Jun 01 All day
San Ysidro Road, Montecito
Montecito Union School’s 50TH Annual Carnival
School Tradition to Include Rides, Raffles, New “Marketplace” of Local Merchants
Montecito Union School’s annual Carnival and Raffle Fundraiser is being held this year on Saturday, June 1st from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. on the school’s grass terraces. The event is open to the public.
The Carnival event will have mechanical rides including a 25 ft. Ferris wheel, a pirate ship, a train and more. There will also be interactive games like a Laser Maze, as well as classic carnival games and prizes and a live talent show.
Attendees can purchase wristbands for unlimited rides and gameplay for $40. Ride and game tickets can also be purchased for $1 each.
New this year is the addition of a Carnival Marketplace where local businesses can sell merchandise and local non-profit organizations will be on hand to help raise awareness of several important community projects and initiatives.
Event parking is available in the Manning Park lots as well as the south lots of the MUS campus.
MUS students will be selling raffle tickets to community members during the last 2 weeks of May. Prices for Raffle Tickets are one for $5 or 5 for $20. Raffle Prizes include 4 Lift Tickets to Mammoth Mountain, 4 tickets for a Cruise on the Double Dolphin, Kids Tennis Camp at Knowllwood, 24 hour Tesla Rental, movie tickets, Granada Theater Tickets, gift baskets from local businesses, and more! Drawings will be done live at the event. Winners do not need to be present to win.
All proceeds from the event benefit Montecito Union School Foundation. Montecito Union School’s PTA and the Montecito Education Foundation are merging into one organization now called the Montecito Union School Foundation, which provides educational opportunities for MUS students such as musical instruments, STEM Lab, organic gardening, yoga instruction, poets in residence, and continuing education for all teachers at the school.