FLAIM Fall Festival is Friday, November 8, from 3:00 - 5:30 PM at FLAIM’s campus, 4510 Bawell St. It is a world-class event with live music, food and games for the whole family. Proceeds raised by the event will go to FLAIM’s library, classroom technology enhancement, sound system for the gym, outdoor digital marquee and continued improvements to the school!! 


El Día de los Muertos

For the second year, FLAIM’s Fall Festival lands near El Día de los Muertos, or The Day of the Dead, which is November 2nd.

Día de los Muertos is a Latin American custom that celebrates life and honors the dearly departed. Families make colorful altars in their homes in honor of their deceased loved ones, and the altars are decorated with flowers, candles, their loved one's favorite food and pan de muerto (a slightly sweet bread specifically made for this time). The inextinguishable tradition dates back 3,000 years, during the time of the Aztecs. 

Two excellent children’s movies that explain the Day of the Dead: The Book of Life and Pixar’s Coco.

Volunteers & Donations

Volunteers & Donations are handle through the Fall Fest Sign-Up Genius.


We need adults and teens to help make Fall Fest a smashing success. Volunteers are needed for:

  • BBQ dinner prep & assembly

  • Fall Fest day-before set up, day-of setup, break down & clean up

  • During the event: Welcome table, Artisan Village, Country Store


Please visit the Fall Fest Sign-Up Genius to indicate what you can donate. If you have a donation that isn’t listed below, please email us at pto@brflaim.org.


  • Small Prize Donations: visit the FLAIM Fall Fest Amazon Wishlist at bit.ly/flaim-fall-fest

  • $5.00 or more donation

  • 20ft Tent, 10x10 Tents & 8ft-10ft Tables. Donors are responsible for retrieving their donated items from the gym after the festival or the following week.


  • Unique items for the ARTISAN VILLAGE (international foods, homemade jellies, jams, jarred items, candies, candied apples, savory treats, breads/pastries, homemade goods or crafts)

  • Sweets for the CAKE WALK (whole cakes, cupcakes, cake balls, cookies, brownies, dessert bars, etc.)

Tickets & Bracelets

Admission is free to Fall Fest. However, tickets or bracelets must be purchased to buy goods, snacks and to participate in all the games and fun activities.  

  • Avoid long lines by pre-purchasing online or returning the Order Form that went home in folders. Cash and Check must be enclosed in the envelope and returned by Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

  • Teachers will give students all pre-purchased tickets/bracelets the day of Fall Festival.

  • Visit Welcome Table during the Festival for additional ticket and bracelet purchases.


Tickets:   $0.50/tickets

Games = 1 ticket/game
Dunk Tank = 2 tickets
Cake Walk = 2 tickets
Snack Shack = 1 to 4 tickets
Haunted House = 2 tickets
Face Painting= 2 tickets


Bracelets:  $20/bracelet

Bracelets are per child and include:
unlimited access to games
one food & one drink item from Snack Shack
one face painting
one cake walk
one dunk tank
one haunted house

*EXCLUSIONS: BBQ Dinners, Country Store & Artisan Village...require tickets.

BBQ Dinners

FLAIM Men's Club helping fuel Fall Fest’s fire. They will be serving up BBQ chicken, pulled pork sandwiches and rib dinners - each dinner includes mac-n-cheese, coleslaw and bread.  Let your friends and family know about these amazing BBQ Dinners.  

Deadline to order BBQ dinners is Tuesday, November 5

To pick-up your BBQ order, check-in at the BBQ table at the south of campus. NO BBQ tickets will be sent home.  

  • Lunch Pick-Up (11:00 am - 1:00 pm)

  • Dinner Pick-Up during the festival (3:00 pm - 5:30 pm)



DJ Sunday has traveled the world and the seven seas and will be landing at FLAIM Fall Fest to lay down some fresh Latin, French and K-Pop beats. DJ Sunday assisted in the creation of the FLAIM’s Men’s Club; has one daughter in 3rd grade French and another FLAIM alumni at Baton Rouge High. He speaks French and Spanish and has worked in Mexico, Australia, France, Spain and Italy.


Tienda de Campo (Country Store)

The Country Store is a favorite among the kids.  They get the chance to shop for themselves and purchase items such as swords, masks, wigs, hair accessories, Halloween bags, and other toys and trinkets. Items range from 1 to 4 tickets. Volunteers are needed to help set up, break down and run the store during the festival.

Pueblo de Campo (Artisan Village)

The Artisan Village will be selling unique items, such as International savory food items and treats. If you are interested in donating a good, please complete the In-Kind donation form, and a representative will contact you.

Tienda de Bocadillos & Bebidas (Snack Shack)

All the kid's favorite snack shack items return again this year! Hotdogs, pizze, candy, pickles, drinks, oh my!


Sabre el Pastel (Cake Walk)

Back by popular demand!  When the music stops, if you are on the chosen number... you win! We need lots of baked treats for this one-handmade or store bought donations of individual sized cakes, cupcakes, cake balls, cookies, brownies, dessert bars, etc. Please bring baked goods to FLAIM (Mayflower) the day of Fall Festival. Contact Amber Moran at 225.803.6914 or ambermizellmoran@gmail.com with any questions or comments regarding the cake walk, or complete the In-Kind Donation Form.

Dunk Tank

Bullseye! Come dunk your favorite heckling FLAIM teacher or parent!  Bring a change of clothes and a towel if you are an adult wanting to participate. 

Games & BREC On-the-Geaux Course

Press your luck and test your dexterity and ingenuity for sweet prizes. Fun for all ages! This year, BREC on the Geaux will be at the Festival with their obstacle course.

Boy Scout's Haunted House

BEWARE! Boy Scout Pack 428 are turning into ghostly ghouls and terrifying monsters to scare up support for their Pack. 

Face Painting

Get in line because amazingly awesome face painting designs are here! If can help with facepainting, please email Brooke Clarke at brookedclarke@gmail.com.


We are accepting sponsorships from individuals and businesses.