Attendees will have a selection of more than 70 vendors, according to Hurricane Pride Project Vice President Becky Mann.
“We’ve grown from just doing it in the commons the first year to having to go into the gym as well last year, and we’re looking for even larger participation from the vendors this year,” Mann said.
Hot dogs, pies, cakes, chips and soda will be on sale.
Attendees don’t have to pay for admittance.
The money will go toward beautifying the area around the Wren schools.
“We’re trying to really pick up the community and make sure everything looks nice and pretty around there for all the community members and the school population,” she said.
Last year, the Hurricane Hoopla helped raise about $750 for purchasing planters and plants around the school and around Hurricane Springs Park. The Hurricane Pride Project has also painted the field house near the football stadium.
For more information, call Mann at 918-6129.