Brooklyn, IL 62059
WILLIAMSBURG’S P.S. 132
7th Annual Gala & Auction
Villain at 50 North 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY
Friday, April 1, 2016 from 6:00 – 11:30 pm
“”Williamsburg’s P.S. 132 announces the7th Annual Gala & Auction on Friday, April 1, 2016 from 6pm to 11:30pm. The entire community is invited to join P.S. 132 at local event space, Villain (50 North 3rd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249) for its biggest fundraiser of the year. Admission to the gala is $50 for one ticket ($60 at the door) or $100 for two tickets, and includes food catered by Brooklyn Ice House, drink, delicious hand made desserts generously donated from Lella Alimentari and Francesca Cakes, and dancing. Enjoy the chance to bid on exclusive items in both live and silent auctions. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at https://ps132pta.ejoinme.org/tickets, or at the door.
This year’s donations include two round-trip Jet Blue Airline tickets, gift cards to local businesses, bars, and restaurants, including Aurora, Breakin Boundaries, Brooklyn Body Burn, Carmine’s Pizza, Ms. J’s, Recycled Brooklyn, The Pitch, and Williamsburg Movement & Arts Center. Brooklyn Kitchen, St. Nicks Alliance, School Settlement House, Aquabeba, Assemblyman Joe Lentol, Brooklyn Ice House are sponsoring this year’s event. Thanks to the hard work and generous donations of PTA members, friends, family, and local community businesses, the PTA is able to put 100% of funds raised to the valuable enrichment programs its students, parents, and teachers love.
Programs offered at P.S. 132 include:
- Full ensemble school band and dedicated instructor.
- TADA! musical theater performance workshops.
- Salvadori Center design residency in the new S.T.E.A.M. room.
Last year we raised over $50,000! The stakes are high at this year’s gala. With an ambitious goal of $60,000, the school is determined to meet it.
P.S. 132 – The Conselyea School, is a diverse neighborhood school in East Williamsburg. It is a Title I public elementary school, with more than 40% of its 750+ students at or below the poverty level. Donations to the gala are 100% tax deductible, and 100% dedicated to the school’s enrichment programs.””