Join Audubon Mom and Yogi Beth Prystowsky (Amber, 2nd grade) for an evening of outdoor yoga followed by seasonal appetizers and cocktails at the home of Josie Washuk (Eddie, 2nd grade).
Hosted by: Josie Washuk and Beth Prystowsky
When: Wednesday, July 13th
Where: 3541 N. Seeley Ave.
Tickets: $40, 20 spots available
Join Audubon dads for the 9th annual Garage Crawl. Take a tour of Roscoe Village alleys to the most impressive garages. Grab a beer, play some b-ball and dip some chips while raising money for Audubon school. See you there!
When: Saturday, June 11
Time: 4 pm – 11:30 pm
Where: Audubon dad’s garages
Love a Thin Mint? Skip the milk and pair it with a Syrah instead! Tagalongs and a Zinfandel....let's give it a try! At this Mom's Night Out, we'll pair infamous Girl Scout cookies with perfectly paired wines.
Hosted by: Jen Saddoris
When: Saturday, April 2nd
Where: 3251 N. Leavitt
Tickets: $40, 30 available
Does your child love to code?
PowerUp Tech Academy (2867 N. Clybourn) is offering a coding class using Scratch, a kid-friendly programming language from MIT, in which kids can build space invaders, virtual pets or any game they can imagine. Game programming develops skills such as logic, visual design, animation, story telling and more.
When: Monday, March 7th
Time: 3:30 - 4:30pm
Where: PowerUp Tech Academy, 2867 N. Clybourn
Tickets: $30, 10 available
Spend an evening tasting fine wines from the Pacific Northwest while savoring fresh seafood (mussels, oysters, crab) at the home of Brent and Anne Ray.
When: Saturday, June 18th
Where: 2118 W. Melrose
Tickets: $125/couple, 10 couple spots available
Want two hours to yourselves on a Sunday afternoon? Audubon parents Shannon and Greg Buth (Kase, K) and Josie and Ed Washuk (Eddie, grade 2) will entertain your kids at Windy City Fieldhouse for two hours of multi-sport activities, including Bozo Buckets, Basketball, Scooter Races, Flag Football and Much More! Snacks and drinks will be provided.
Hosted by: The Buth and Washuk familes
When: Sunday, May 15th
Time: 2-4 pm
Where: Windy City Fieldhouse
Tickets: $40, 20 available
Get in a New York state of mind and start spreading the news...Join us for a night of New York signature drinks and cocktail fare inspired by iconic New York City foods.
Location: The Logan Residence
Hosted by: Cristy & John Logan and Lindsay & Ryan Anderson
When: Saturday, April 9th
Where: The Logan's
Tickets: $35, 12 available
Fifteen lucky people get to step into the chill and experience the amazing benefits of cryotherapy at The CryoBar in the heart of Lincoln Park.
Guests will enjoy a Whole Body Cryotherapy treatment and a mini Cryo Toning Facial. All guests should bring dry undergarments for the whole body treatments. Light make-up may be worn during the facial if desired.
WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY - Hit the reset button for your body!
Step into the chill! Your body will love the RESTORATIVE benefits. After only 2-3 minutes in the cryosauna, INCREASE endorphins and collagen production, DECREASE inflammation, REPAIR sore muscles and joints, and ENJOY a residual burn of 500-800 calories.
CRYO TONING FACIAL - Go under the ICE, not the knife!
Get tighter, younger looking skin with our non-invasive 10 min toning facial. Triggering deep layers of collagen production, REDUCING the appearance of pores and blemishes, RELEASING toxins, and DECREASING swelling.
Cryotherapy is the bodies exposure to subzero temperatures used to promote the bodies™ natural anti-inflammatory response, release endorphins, reduce pain and spasms, boost cellular survival, boost collagen production, burn 500-800 calories and promote overall health. Cryotherapy is not a medical procedure, but a non-invasive alternative for individuals seeking a faster recovery and improved health.
Hosted by: Emily Reuter & Cryobar
When: Thursday, April 28th
Time: 6:30 - 8:30pm
Where: Cryrobar 2640 N Lincoln Ave
Tickets: $75, 15 available
Join renowned author and Roscoe Village resident, Marcus Sakey, for an intimate evening of literacy discussion at Greg and Shannon's Buth house (Kase, K). Marcus' thrillers have been nominated for more than fifteen awards, named New York Time‘s Editor’s Picks, and selected among Esquire Magazine‘s Top 5 Books of The Year. His novel GOOD PEOPLE was made into a movie starring James Franco and Kate Hudson, and his other books are in various stages of development for film. Marcus was also the host and writer of the acclaimed television show Hidden City on the Travel Channel, You will receive a copy of his latest book in the “Brillance” trilogy and will enjoy a captivating evening with the writer. Appetizers and drinks will be served. Date TBD and continent upon author's schedule.
Hosted by: Shannon and Greg Buth
Where: 3518 N. Hamilton
Tickets: $50, 12 available
Join Audubon Moms Amy Antoniolli (Bruno, 1st and Alessia, 3rd) and Candace Peterson (Alex, 2nd) and 2nd grade teacher Ms. Lauren Dow (Abbey, 3rd, Jack, 6th) at local shoe store A Pied for a night of shopping on Thursday March 31st. Store owners Trudy Robinson and Matt Foley have generously donated their space for this private party and will provide French Martinis, wine, hors d’ouerves and dessert in their Roscoe Village boutique. Find great new jewelry, shoes, sandals, handbags etc. This event, while focused on women, doesn’t leave kids or guys out. A Pied offers a well-edited selection of men’s shoes and kids' TOMS. 10% of the sales that night will be donated back to Audubon, PLUS you’ll receive an extra 10% off your entire purchase. Hosted by: A Pied. Coordinated by: Amy Antoniolli, Candace Peterson and Lauren Dow
When: Thursday, March 31
Where: A Pied
Tickets: $25, 20 available
Friends of Audubon (FoA or Friends) is a 501(c)3, all-volunteer, parent-run organization that was established in 2006 for the sole purpose of raising money to support Audubon School. Audubon parents provide the majority of donations received by Friends; however, Audubon is lucky enough to have amazing community support that is very generous to Friends.
Friends of Audubon raises money that is spent at the discretion of the Local School Council (LSC) on teaching and support staff, school-wide music and art instruction, technology equipment, software, and improvements to Audubon’s building and campus.