You and your child belong to something wonderful – the Trafalgar school community. Enjoy being part of it at the International Pot Luck Dinner and Fantasy Basket Raffle Draw taking place on Friday May 3, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 in the gym. The focus of this year’s International Dinner is diversity, unity and cultural exchange. Our party is better for what your family brings to it!

Fantasy Basket Raffle Tickets will be drawn at the International Dinner. Winners in attendance will be awarded their prizes at the event; winners not in attendance will be awarded their prize afterwards. Cultural crafts, original poetry readings, live music prior to dinner and a DJ during the event have been planned. Guests may come in fancy dress or traditional costume to enhance the ambiance of the event.  


Event Tickets and Fantasy Basket Raffle Tickets go on sale on from Tuesday April 30 in the front of the school, before and after school. Raffle Tickets will be sold for the discounted rate of 50 cents/ticket on April 30 and $1/ticket thereafter.

Event tickets are $10/family and $5/ individual. A limited number of tickets are available. First come first served. Buy them before they sell out. Don’t miss the chance to share a meal with other great families from all walks of the Trafalgar community; to celebrate our diversity and unity. Learn more about your child’s wider social world.

Please bring an appetizer or entree for 10 people to share as well as plates, cups and utensils for your family. Dessert and Ice tea will be provided. 

To respect the health and safety of our children, please ensure your dish is NUT FREE.

Proceeds from both Fantasy Baskets raffle and lnternational event tickets go to the PAC to support school needs. 

Volunteers needed:  

1. The event still needs some parent volunteers.  a) Set up the tables and do decorations 4:30-5:30 pm b) Display and supervise the food 6:00-7:00 pm or 7:00-8:00 pm c) Final cleanup 8:00-8:30 pm d) Ticket sales April 30th, May 1st, 2nd, 3rd 8:45-9:15 am or 2:45-3:15 pm, in front of the school entrances.  

2. Have a cultural tradition you’d love to share with our community? We are open to your suggestions of other fun cultural activities for the kids and we value your contributions. So far a few parents have volunteered lead crafts such as helping kids make evil eye bracelets,  to apply henna tatoos, etc. 

We also welcome your presentations of cultural information in the form of posters, interesting items, or digital displays or an original poem by your child which would enrich the school community’s understanding of your heritage or culture. Please send your proposals to by May 1, 2019. Volunteers are needed to run a successful event. 

Please contact or sign up on the spreadsheet below if you would like to help with any of the above volunteer jobs. See attached flyer for more info!

Thank you very much!