The Good Shepherd School Tricky Tray happens Friday, May 4 at the school gym, 24 Brookline Ave., Nutley.
Doors open at 6 p.m., and admission is $20. All those who attend can purchase one sheet of regular tickets, which come with beverages and dessert, officials said.
Attendees can buy the pre-event prize package, which is $20 if bought before the event and $25 the night of the event.
Then there is the “Super 50/50” drawing. Only 200 of the Super 50/50 tickets will be sold.
Good Shepherd Academy is a private school that serves students in grades Kindergarten through eight, according to officials. Good Shepherd is coed, accepting both male and female students, and is of Roman Catholic orientation. The school belongs to the National Catholic Educational Association, according to school officials.
Attendees can purchase 50/50 tickets and place those tickets in cans or other holders near the items they hope to win, and can put as many tickets in the can as they want to increase the chances of winning that item. Prizes are placed on tables, arranged by size, price or category to make it easier for people to find interesting items. Many of the prizes at a tricky tray are donated by local businesses or organizations, according to the website answerbag.com.