Young Audiences Charter Schools Presents the Sunset Soirée Benefit
New Orleans, Louisiana – Young Audiences Charter School Network (YACS) will host its first annual Sunset Soirée to benefit its schools on Saturday, October 15, from 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. at the pavilion of the Burmaster Middle and High School campus, 1000 Burmaster St. in Gretna.
Tickets are $35 for family members of YACS students and staff and $75 for YACS community members. The price is inclusive of all food, beverages and entertainment.
The event will feature fine fare from YACS’s Culinary Arts department and a selection of wines. Musical entertainment will be provided by the YACS Jazz Band. The Sunset Soirée will also showcase student-created photography and other visually curated artistic experiences.
“YACS looks forward to celebrating the Sunset Soirée with families, community members, and other supporters,” said Young Audiences Charter School CEO Rickie Nutik. “This exciting new event will allow community members and families from all YACS campuses to come together to celebrate its Creative Learners and the unique learning environment created by the Young Audiences Charter School Network.”
For more information on sponsorships and to purchase event tickets go to yacs.org Raffle tickets are available both online in advance and the night of the event with credit card purchase. Guests must be 21+ to attend.
Young Audiences Charter School’s vision is to educate creative learners to be self-aware thinkers, creators, and problem solvers who serve as leaders in their community and have a lifelong love of learning. Its mission is to educate the whole child through arts integration and equip our creative learners to flourish as leaders in life and learning. It does this by providing an innovative academic environment emphasizing a rigorously integrated curriculum with differentiated instruction in and through the arts.
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