On Saturday, April 9th the Center for Creative Education (CCE) will host its annual fundraiser, A Colorful Evening To Remember. Inspired by The Color Factory, a children’s book written by CCE board member Eric Telchin, the event highlights CCE’s drive to break the educational mold and reach students through unique learning opportunities. 

In addition to cocktails and dinner, the evening will feature opportunities to interact with students from The Foundations School. Guests will be able to see student artwork in the Sallie and Berton Korman Art Gallery and watch a stage adaptation of The Color Factory performed by the third-grade class. 

In The Color Factory, factory workers show how they make factory-approved colors. But when they accidentally make a color that’s not factory approved, they must figure out how to get rid of it. If they don’t, they’ll have to shut down the factory! This colorful tale highlights the need to go beyond the rulebook and try new things. 

This event will be the last major event at CCE’s Northwood Village campus. This summer, the organization is moving to a new campus in West Palm Beach, which will officially welcome students at the start of the 2022-2023 school year. CCE is seeking to raise $20 million for its capital campaign and are halfway to their goal, with a little over $10 million raised. 

A Colorful Evening To Remember starts at 6:30pm on Saturday, April 9th. If you’re interested in attending, contact Vivianne Hall at 561-805-9927 ext. 105 or vivianneh@cceflorida.org.

To learn more about the success of CCE’s latest educational endeavor, The Foundations School, click here.