Dreamland, Spring Fling 2015

A benefit for Blue School at Brooklyn Bowl

APRIL 30, 2015

Blue School parents and friends experienced a whimsical evening of wonder celebrating our school.

Dreamland took place at Brooklyn Bowl, a venue that incorporated a spectacular performance space with room to dance, drink, eat, and lounge with friends, and yes, people even bowled!

Thank you to all our parent volunteers and donors. Your efforts created a successful event that raised funds for the school's operating budget, including Tuition Assistance.

Planning has begun for Spring Fling 2016, which will mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of Blue School. Email jamesd@blueschool.org if you are interested in volunteering to put together another unforgettable night. We look forward to seeing all of you at Spring Fling 2016 on Thursday, April 14, 2016.

Highlights: Dreamland, Spring Fling 2015

Image of the venue, Brooklyn Bowl:

General Spring Fling FAQs:

Q: Why do we hold a benefit?

A: The purpose of Spring Fling is for the Blue School community to come together in a festive and creative environment to celebrate our school and raise vital funds that help make Blue School such a special place for our children. The benefit is integral to our fundraising efforts and we encourage the entire Blue School community to attend.

Q: Who is our audience?

A: Blue School parents, faculty, staff, grandparents, alumni parents, local businesses, philanthropists, and professionals dedicated to Blue School's mission. Students are not invited to the event.

Q: Are tickets tax-deductible? 

A: A portion of Spring Fling tickets are tax-deductible. The exact amount will be announced when tickets go on sale.

Q: What’s the difference between Spring Fling and the Annual Fund appeal?

A: Like the Annual Fund, money raised from Spring Fling goes to the Blue School operating budget. When reporting revenue, annual appeal donations are separated from fundraising event donations.