Annual Spring Out of Hibernation Benefit Takes Place Tonight at the 78th Street Studios


A Cleveland nonprofit organization dedicated to funding innovative solutions in the public education space, the Warren A. Sill Fund has donated nearly $15,000 to underprivileged students throughout Northeast Ohio since its founding in 2013.

Two years ago, the organization launched a partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and the Children's Museum of Cleveland to create a program that brings STEM-based programming to the pre-K students at Euclid Park Elementary.

To help sustain the program, the group will host its annual Spring Out of Hibernation fundraiser tonight at 6:30 at the 78th Street Studios. The event features heavy appetizers, an open bar with craft beer, pinball machines from Superelectric, a live DJ, a photobooth from RGI Creative and more than 150 prizes for a raffle and silent auction. Tickets are $40.

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