Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Center for Creative Education along with chairmen Susan Miller and Maura Ziska Christu and honorary chairs Kenn Karakul and Talbott Maxey.
WHAT:A lovely afternoon highlighting the remarkable work the Center for Creative Education does with underserved youth. The always popular and heartwarming event features area children demonstrating how CCE programming incorporates arts into their schoolwork improving their educational experience.
WHERE: Private residence, Palm Beach
WHY: Proceeds from the “Circus at the Center” benefit local nonprofit, Center for Creative Education. The Center for Creative Education uses the arts to bring learning to life! CCE uses arts integration to merge the arts with academics by engaging children in hands-on projects to enhance their knowledge of math, science, literacy and more. Arts integration encourages creative thinking and problem solving skills. CCE works with children all over Palm Beach County, mostly in disadvantaged neighborhoods. With the opening of its new building in Northwood Village, the Center will soon begin offering classes in-house, in addition to the community outreach for which it has long been known.
HOW MUCH: $300 per person
GENERAL INFO: For more information, call the Center for Creative Education at (561) 805-9927, or visit www.cceflorida.org to buy tickets or become a sponsor.