First spring like day draws Sun Fest to Franklin Pierce

by Ty’saan Towns
edited by Shannon Slater

Over 40 students were in attendance for the start of Tuesday’s Sun Fest event hosted by the Party People Company.

The event included fun activities such as go–karts, mini golf, photo booths, and cotton candy.

(Photo: Ty’Saan Towns)

The university has hired Party People for previous events during the fall and winter season like the glow in the dark mini golf that happened in early November.

Party People is a one of the biggest catering companies in the northeast that provides entertainment for universities, parties, and events.

Joshua McFadden is one of the host of this event and an employee of the company. He said, “This is the best weather we’ve had in a long time since the fall, so we thought we should have everyone appreciate this beautiful weather with some fun.”

He said that most of the equipment they bring to these events almost always costs around $2500 to rent but according to Macfadden, they “do it just to make some smiles.”

Freshman Brian Ranger said, “This is not as bad as I thought and I do wish that it was longer because my classes were during the event, but at least I got cotton candy.”

 

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