Join us for the First Annual Stories of the Season hosted by the Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County and Clear Channel Media + Entertainment!
Friday, November 29, 2013
A Family Gathering at The Clinton Exchange during the City of Syracuse Annual Holiday Tree Lighting
Time: 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Children under age 15 are FREE!
- Live music
- Open bar, wine
- Carving stations, pasta and dessert stations
- Children’s menu
- Silent auction
- For Children: A supervised activity area, Santa and a Storyteller
- A warm place to view the Tree Lighting
Casual party attire.
Choose your Champion
When you register, please select ONE of the following organizations, designated as our Literacy Champions, to receive 100% of your ticket proceeds (after expenses). Each provide outstanding literacy and dual-generation (family literacy) programming to families in the community and our Imagination Library enrollees.
You may also select the Literacy Coalition to support all of its community wide literacy work.
- Child Care Solutions
- Children's Consortium
- InterFaith Works of CNY
- Literacy Volunteers of Greater Syracuse
- Friends of the Central Library (FOCL)
- Partners in Learning/MANOS
- Friends of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo
- WCNY's Family Literacy Program
- Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County
Thank you. We look forward to seeing you at the Stories of the Season!
Photo Courtesy of The Post-Standard and David Lassman
If you have questions or comments or would like to purchase tickets over the phone, please contact: Kimberly Kemp at 315-214-2878 or email@example.com
To pay by check please send your check, made out to Community Literacy Fund of Onondaga County c/o Central New York Community Foundation 431 East Fayette Street, Suite 100 Syracuse, NY 13202.
Please note that the estimated fair market value of consumables at this event is $25.00 per ticket. Any donation made in excess of that amount is deductable for federal income tax purposes as a charitable donation.
When & Where
The Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County
Our Mission, as the birthplace of the modern literacy movement, is to collectively build and support community initiatives that improve literacy levels across the lifespan in Onondaga County. Visit our web site to learn more: www.onliteracy.org