June Gala to Support Inclusive, Nature-Based Education
June 2, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Primrose Hill School, an independent school focused on inclusive, nature-based education, will hold its fourth annual gala on June 2, from 7 to 10 p.m., at CO, Rhinebeck’s soon-to-open cooperative co-working space.
Members of the mid-Hudson Valley community are invited to gather with artists and philanthropists for an evening of entertainment and collaborative change-making. With its carnival-chic theme, the gala will celebrate Community Supported Education—the school’s groundbreaking initiative to foster inclusiveness and accessibility in independent education.
“The concept of CSE is simple, yet it’s such a powerful alternative to a tuition-based, fee-for-service model. It means that every family participates in the support and creation of the school, as they are able and with their unique contributions,” says Primrose Hill School cofounder Jonathan Cohen. Proceeds will benefit the school’s CSE initiative, Access and Inclusion Fund and Farm Program.
Offering a program inspired by Waldorf Education, Primrose Hill is a whole child-focused school committed to sustainability and nature; ethical individualism; accessibility; and economic, racial and cultural diversity. It is located on some 7.5 acres in the Village of Rhinebeck.
For tickets, sponsorship and donor inquiries or for more info, visit PrimroseHillSchool.com.