September 4, 2015, Ridgefield, CT
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum and the Ridgefield Education Foundation invite members of the Ridgefield community to an Open House and Welcome Reception for the Ridgefield Public Schools new Superintendent, Dr. Karen Baldwin on Friday, September 25, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at The Aldrich, 258 Main Street.
Chris Murray, Board of Education member is grateful for this opportunity for the community to meet Dr. Baldwin. “The Board of Education welcomes the development of direct positive relationships between our new Superintendent, Dr. Karen Baldwin, and the broader Ridgefield community. Dr. Baldwin is a true education professional who will build on the solid foundation established by former Superintendent Debbie Low.”
The evening will include free drinks and hors d’oeuvres, on-going family-friendly art activities, live music by Ridgefield Music and Arts Council (RMAC) students, an Instagram scavenger hunt designed and led by The Aldrich New Voices teen program, and a Samsung Chromebook give-away furnished by Reliance Merchant Services.
Alyson Baker, Executive Director of The Aldrich remarks, “It is a privilege and a great pleasure to partner with the Ridgefield Education Foundation to host this reception for Dr. Baldwin – we are delighted to welcome her to our community. The Aldrich looks forward to further developing our collaboration with the Foundation and the school district to enhance Ridgefield’s exceptional educational opportunities by creating meaningful, relevant and high-impact learning experiences for teachers and students.”
Tina Malhotra, Ridgefield Education Foundation Vice President, is thrilled to be partnering with The Aldrich for this community event. “The evening is free for all residents, educators and families with children of all ages. Join us and let Dr. Baldwin see why Ridgefield is the great community it is!”
An RSVP is appreciated at JPearl@aldrichart.org or 203.438.4519.
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