Annual Spaghetti Dinner FundraiserSunday, March 1
Join your friends and bring your family to The Glen for our Annual Spaghetti Dinner fundraising event. Proceeds from the Annual Spaghetti Dinner Event will support science materials at The Glen.
New this year: Pop-up Market & Workshops
In addition to delicious pasta meal (gluten-free available) catered by Monteverde Catering, The Glen is hosting a pop-up market and parent/child workshops (or grandparent/grandchild).
Help the school create art for our hallways and try out new skills, including the traditional art of papercutting, Kumihimo braiding, coding, and more. Add on a workshop for a more in-depth experience. See below for workshop options.
Pre-sale event tickets (until Friday, February 28 at 3:00 pm):
$10/Child, ages 3-12
Children 2 and under are free
Event tickets at the door:
$15/Child ages 3-12
Children 2 and under are free
Join your friends and bring your family to The Glen for our Annual Spaghetti Dinner fundraising event. Enjoy a delicious pasta meal (gluten-free available) catered by Monteverde Catering, Proceeds from the Annual Spaghetti Dinner Event will support the purchase of science materials and resources for our school and summer camp programs.
Raffle tickets, pre-sale:
$20 for 25 chances
$30 for 50 chances
The Glen is hosting a basket raffle as part of our fundraising efforts!
Our basket raffle will be at the school beginning February 28 (Generations Day) and again on Sunday, March 1. Baskets will be available at the Spaghetti Dinner as part of a raffle – including Beer from Here, There and Everywhere, Making Memories, Sweet Smell of Cookies, Art Extravaganza and much more! You can now pre-purchase raffle tickets online when you purchase your meal tickets or at the door on March 1.
Add-on a workshop pre-sale (Until Friday, February 28 at 3:00 pm):
$10 per Child/Adult
Add-on a workshop at the door (if space is available):
$15 per Child/Adult
To add on a workshop experience, please pre-register here or via the button below. All workshops are designed to facilitate adult/child interactions. Workshops are based on availability. The fee is applied to materials needed.
When was the last time you used the technology of a typewriter? What about your child? Dr. Sparks, a science educator who has shared his typewriters locally and nationally, will conduct a workshop for children (geared for first grade and up) and their adults who tap into the tools of the past for writing and illustrating stories. Ages 6+ and their adult.
Join metalsmith Lindsay Huff to fuse art with science and to create penny charms with hammering and stamp techniques. This workshop is appropriate for 4+ and their adult (four-year-olds will need significantly more help hammering & stamping than eight-year-olds).
Family Jam – Collaborative Music-making with Your Digital Device
Artist and Educator Gil Teixeria will lead children and their parents through different creative strategies to make music using their own WiFi-compatible device – a smartphone, tablet, or laptop – with a new piece of technology called CEEMI. No musical experience is necessary, but participants should bring along one digital device for each child/adult pair. Ages 6 and up and their adult.
Make a Microphone with SLB Radio
Make a Microphone out of everyday materials! Learn the basic technology involved in amplifying your opinions with educators from The Saturday Light Brigade. This activity is geared for kids, ages Kindergarten and up, with their adults.
The Glen is hosting an online auction as part of our fundraising efforts!
The Online Auction opens on Tuesday, February 18 and last through Wednesday, February 26 at 9 pm. It is a great way to support The Glen and have some fun. Concert tickets and signature Glen experiences are available.
Winning bids must come to school for pick up of items.
Special thanks to Stage AE for making this auction possible.