2015 Kaleidoscope Ball
February 10, 2015
Are your well-intentioned resolutions waning? Don’t be hard on yourself. Any time of year is a good time to recommit to personal growth and there’s no better way for a Waypointer to kick off spring than by doing some good in the community. Why not start with a long-cherished institution right here in Norwalk: The Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
The Stepping Stones Museum for Children provides additional educational outlets for children by captivating their natural curiosity, imagination, and capacity to learn. Interactive exhibits and displays offer alternative methods of learning beyond the classroom and provide meaningful, memorable experiences for children and their families. A 22,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility, Stepping Stones is a space where parents, caregivers and educators can facilitate the explorations of their children and foster a lifelong love of learning.
In support of Stepping Stones’ mission to broaden and enrich educational opportunities for children, parents and non-parents alike will come together on Saturday evening, March 28, for the 2015 Kaleidoscope Ball. A celebration of the museum and its many volunteers, donors and employees who contribute to Stepping Stones’ important mission, the Ball is a must-attend event for anyone in the Norwalk area. Black tie optional, the event will feature cocktails and hours d' oeuvres starting at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner, dancing and the presentation of the Stepping Up for Children Awards at 8:00 p.m. All proceeds from the event will benefit Stepping Stones’ Open Arms initiative, which ensures that every family, child and school can enjoy the museum regardless of ability to pay, physical or developmental challenges, or other special needs.
This is the perfect opportunity to celebrate and support a treasured local organization. You won’t want to miss this black tie optional evening featuring cocktails, dinner, mingling with fellow community members, dancing and the presentation of the annual Stepping Up for Children Awards. After attending the Ball, consider volunteering at the museum or somewhere else in the community to keep your streak of goodwill going.
For more details about the Kaleidoscope Ball, the Stepping Up for Children Awards, and to learn more about this year’s honorees, visit Stepping Stones’ website. Donate–in the event that you are unable to attend–or reserve your spot, today..
You won’t want to miss this great event, and if you are considering a move to Norwalk, the Kaleidoscope Ball would be a great opportunity to get to know the community. Contact us to begin finding a home here in Norwalk and learn more about becoming a Waypointer.