Creekside to host Souper Bowl at North Tahoe Event Center
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Tahoe Cityand#8217;s Creekside Cooperative Charter School will host its 13th annual Souper Bowl event Sunday, May 6, 1:30-4:30 p.m. at the North Tahoe Conference Center, 8318 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach. Serving as Creeksideand#8217;s main fundraiser, this yearand#8217;s Souper Bowl is a catered feast provided by Uncommon Kitchen with dessert by Sugar Pine Cakery.
Open to the public and fun for all ages, the Souper Bowl is filled with gourmet food and activities including arts, crafts, games and on-site pottery painting by T Pots Pottery. A live and silent auction will also feature numerous goods and services provided by local retail stores, restaurants and businesses.
and#8220;The Souper Bowl is a chance for families from the entire Tahoe Basin to experience Creekside first hand in a fun and family friendly setting,and#8221; said Alissa Morganti, art teacher and Souper Bowl fundraising chair for Creekside Cooperative. and#8220;As both the schooland#8217;s art teacher and a parent with an attending son, itand#8217;s really wonderful for Souper Bowl to particularly showcase the creative and nurturing aspects of our lovely school.and#8221;
Cost for adults is $20 at the door. Children 14 and under are free. Tickets may also be purchased in advance at the school, 330 Fairway Drive, Tahoe City, or from Creekside families. This yearand#8217;s sponsors include: Kelly Brothers Painting; West Shore Roofing; Stefenie Riley, DNM; Jacqueline Daniels/ Chase Realtor; Tomasini Construction; AdventureSmith Exploration; PCV Painting; Michael Kerrigan, OMD and Perfect Web.
About Creekside Cooperative Charter School
Creekside Cooperative Charter School is a public kindergarten-8 charter school serving students in the Tahoe-Truckee community. Creeksideand#8217;s successful approach to education is founded on its mission to empower students through an interactive, experience-driven and collaborative learning environment, honoring student individuality while emphasizing integrity, diversity and discovery. Visit http://www.creeksidecooperative.org.
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