Join the East Troy Area Chamber of Commerce for a Ribbon Cutting and Community Celebration from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 14 to commemorate the opening of Bloom 360 Learning Community – fondly remembered as the historic 1850’s Stone School property, located at N8921 Stone School Road (at the corner of County Road L and Stone School Rd) in East Troy.
See the modern renovations that have transformed the historic school into a sensory-friendly, project-based learning hub designed for children ages 5-21 with special needs such as ADD/ADHD, autism and other learning differences. Hear more about Bloom360’s one-of-a-kind educational model that focuses on each child’s strengths and interests with a developmental and project-based curriculum. Plus, learn about unique opportunities to get involved as a community partner with your business or as an individual.
The agenda for the evening includes:
• Tours – visit the Woodshop, Art Studio, Sensory Gym and other specialized learning spaces. Meet the Bloom360 Learning Guides (educators) and Learners (students)
• Appetizers and Refreshments – enjoy appetizers and soft drinks in the one-room schoolhouse
• Live Entertainment by The Bill Stone Duo
6- 6:30 p.m.:
• Ribbon Cutting presentation in the one-room schoolhouse
- Laura Rauman, Founder and President, Bloom360 Learning Community
- Vanessa Lenz, Executive Director, East Troy Chamber of Commerce
- Mary Stone, Founder/CEO, Stepping Stones Educational Services
• Dessert Reception and Tours continue
RSVP by Sept. 6 so the school can adequately prepare for refreshments and seating. To RSVP, please email the names and email addresses of all those attending to: email@example.com or call (262) 642-3770.
All RSVPs received by the deadline will be entered into a drawing for two dinner reception tickets to the Bloom Open Golf Outing and Benefit Dinner on Thursday, Oct. 5th at Western Lakes Golf Club in Pewaukee. (This is a $100 value.)
Note: Parking for the Ribbon Cutting & Community Celebration will be in the school lot and in designated areas on the grass behind the building.