The TWO (2) HIGHEST BIDDERS will each receive a Google Home Mini smart speaker with the Google Assistant built in. So whenever you need help, it's by your side.
Enjoy the fun of camping without any of the work! Welcome in the new school year with old and new Huff friends at wonderful Huddart Park in Woodside. Pitch a tent, tell ghost stories, go for a hike, roast s'mores, play washer toss, and admire the stars! There will be afternoon snacks and activities for the kids, a catered dinner, s’mores and a continental breakfast with coffee the next morning.
Event details: Saturday/Sunday, September 7 - September 8, 2019.
Children will frost and decorate cupcakes and get a non-professional manicure from Jocelyn's mom using colors of their choice! Parents can drop off or stay to help out.
Event details: Saturday, December 1, 2018, 10:00am-noon. $25 per child, 10 spaces. 2nd graders only.
Send over your 3rd grade girl and we’ll keep her busy with fun crafts, games, and pizza! Meanwhile you can get away for dinner with your sweetie. (But when you tell your daughter about this evening, make it seem like you’re really doing HER the favor.)
Event details: Saturday, January 12, 2019, 5:30 to 8:00pm. $30 per child, 15 spaces. Third grade girls.
Come join the splash bash pool party to celebrate 4th graders moving to 5th grade! Lifeguards will be there to supervise the kids. Snacks will be provided.
Event details: Thursday, May 9, 2019, 12:30 to 2:30pm. $25 per person, 30 spaces. Fourth graders only.
Lifeguards provided! Snacks provided! Join your fellow 5th graders for a fun end-of-school event at the Eagle Park pool! Each 5th grader can bring a parent but only 5th graders will be allowed to swim. Sorry, no siblings. Please consider buying a spot for a 5th grader who may not be able to participate otherwise.
Event details: Thursday, afternoon in May, Time/Date TBD at Eagle Park pool. $25 per child, ALL 5th graders welcome.
The FIVE HIGHEST BIDDERS will enjoy one month of introductory youth fencing lessons (one lesson per week, 60 minutes per lesson, four lessons total), including registration fee at the Academy of Fencing Masters in one of two locations. These lessons are for youth ages 7-14. Academy of Fencing Masters takes a completely different approach to the fencing experience by developing the fencer not only as an athlete but also as a valued individual in society.
Students in grades 4 and 5 are invited to learn tradtional African songs and music while trying their hand at drumming and percussion with Huff parent and drumming aficionado David Rosen. Drums, bells, rattles, and various other percussion instruments will be available for use, and you may bring your own instruments, too. Students must be accompanied by an adult during the class; this is not a drop-off party. Adult chaperones are also encouraged to join the musical fun with their child.
Event details: Sunday, January 13, 2019, 10:30am to noon. $15 per child, 10 spaces. Grades 4 and 5.
Interested in learning self defense, taekwondo, strength and conditioning, preparation for competition, or simply just want to lose those extra pounds? Have Kim get you started with three private training sessions for one person at her facility, Barracuda Fitness in Cupertino! Kim is a Huff parent and would love to work you out!
The THREE (3) HIGHEST BIDDERS will each receive a gift certificate for 10 classes of Bollywood dance fitness classes. Powered by the explosively fun, globally appealing Bollywood culture, Bombay Jam is the ultimate dance fitness total body workout that is effective, safe, easy to follow and packed with authentic Bollywood flavor!
Beginner 45 minute horseback lesson and trail ride in Milpitas for one child. Safe, gentle and kid-friendly horse, as well as kid-sized helmet, will be provided. Lesson will be mostly at a walk, focused on learning safety around horses, getting comfortable on horseback and of course FUN!
Students in grades 3 to 5 are invited to join Pat Showalter, Councilmember and former Mayor, on a special tour of Mountain View City Hall. They'll have a unique opportunity to learn about Mountain View's city govenment and experience sitting on the Council dais while City Hall is bustling. Students must be accompanied by an adult; this is not a drop-off event. As a special bonus, Pat will treat the students and their adult chaperone to lunch.
Event details: Thursday, November 29, 2018, 12:30pm at Mountain View City Hall. $30 per child/parent pair, 7 spaces, grades 3 to 5.