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Community Extravaganza has fun for the whole family
This year’s Northwest Indian College (NWIC) Community Extravaganza will feature foam jousting, a bouncy house, a dunk tank, Zig Zag the clown, a barbeque, cotton candy, face painting, and a whole lot more.
The free community event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 8 on NWIC’s Lummi campus.
This will be NWIC’s sixth annual Extravaganza, which is a chance for the college to celebrate the community’s commitment to the success of NWIC students.
“The Extravaganza is also a great way to welcome the sunshine and celebrate the accomplishments of our students as they wrap up their academic year,” said Ryan Wynne, NWIC’s public information officer. “And students get to pick up a rubber lance and take on their instructors in a friendly game of jousting – and right in time for finals.”