Drag queen storytime new holiday tradition hosted by Ohio elementary school

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An elementary school in Ohio is advertising the launch of a new holiday season tradition: Holi-Drag Storytime featuring three drag queens who will read stories to children of all ages, and perform a few holiday numbers.

The event is being hosted by Red Oak Community School in Columbus, Ohio, and is being advertised as a “new family-friendly, LGBTQ+ holiday tradition.”

Local queens Mikayla Denise, Ava Aurora Foxx, and reigning Miss District West- Bianca Debonair will read stories for children of ALL ages. Tickets cost $10, but the event is free for those under 2 years old. 

Each ticket comes with a free hot chocolate or apple cider, a candy cane and a goody bag.

Red Oak Community School (ROCS) serves children ages K-5, and boasts on its website of respecting and educating the whole child by focusing on a “wide range of kids’ needs—physical, emotional, social, academic.”   

The school “offers a learner-centered approach to education for families dedicated to cultivating joy in learning, fostering self-confidence and agency, and preparing students to be environmental stewards and champions of social justice.” 

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