Saturday, March 18, 2023
6:00-9:00pm Northbrae Community Church 941 The Alameda near Solano Berkeley
COVID precautions: We encourage masks and if possible a rapid test before you arrive. Please contact us if you need a at-home test. If you feel sick, please stay home. We will be happy to refund tickets to anyone at any time.
Join us for a Mardi Gras themed evening of food, drinks, entertainment and fundraising on March 18th at Northbrae Community Church from 6:00 - 9:00 PM. Northbrae Community Church, located at 941 The Alameda near Solano, is a beautiful space with plenty of room for entertainment, dancing and parking! (though taxi and ride sharing encouraged.) Our festive event will include a performance by a former Mardi Gras Queen, her dance troupe and live music. So, don’t leave your dancing shoes at home! Bring your masks, beads, and fun to our 2023 event! Or, at the very least wear your green, purple and gold to show your spirit—Cragmont & Mardi Gras! It might also earn you some more beads and trinkets!
Buy your tickets today at $45. And, if you are feeling generous and are able, consider buying a sponsorship ticket for a teacher, staff or family in need at $25.
Donate to the Annual Auction
Share your talents and specialties with other Cragmont families at our Annual Auction. Do you cook, paint, bake, mountain climb, hike, garden? Offer to host an outing or share your skill with other families.
Need more ideas?
A cool tour of your workplace or local landmark (e.g., Lucas, Google, Pixar, TV/radio station, museum, Oracle arena, zoo)?
Use of a vacation house (e.g., Tahoe, Sea Ranch, Stinson, Gold Country, Russian River)?
Sports tickets or memorabilia (e.g., Warriors, A’s, Giants)?
A fun party (e.g., Moms’ Margaritas night, Pizza/Movie Night, Detox/Retox [yoga + mimosas], Kids’ Tea Party, In-home Sushi-Making)?
Homemade delicacies (e.g., monthly dessert delivery [April–June], ethnic specialties, Paleo meal, gluten-free treats)?
Professional services (e.g., architect, contractor, electrician, lawyer, birthday party henna or face-painting, in-home art/craft/sewing session, landscaping, music lessons)?
Teaching a class or skill like yoga, baking, cocktail mixology, soccer, and minecraft
A homemade treat like pie, cookies, bread, or a home cooked meal
Handcrafted items like pottery, art, jewelry, and fiber arts
And of course, wine and beer are always a hit
Where does the money go?
The Cragmont PTA raises money each year to support a number of special programs at the school. Most of these funds come directly from you — the Cragmont community. Each year, we raise funds for the next school year, so our current fundraising will support programming in 2023-24.