SOLD OUT: Let’s Dance! CLC To Host Dance Party Outdoors at Greenwich Audubon

Update, June 3, 2021. This event is sold out.

Grab your dancing shoes and join Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County for a special evening under the stars at the Greenwich Audubon Center. 

Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County (CLC), the second-largest center-based early childhood education nonprofit in Connecticut will host “This Magic Moment” Dance Party on Friday, June 4, at the Greenwich Audubon Center on Friday, June 4 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm.

The event will take place outdoors under the open-sided tent featuring the music of popular DJ April Larken, dancing, cocktails, delicious small plates, and enticing desserts.

Guests can register individually or come as a Dance Pod Team to compete for a prize or just dance the night away. This is not a seated dinner unless guests reserve a table. Lite bites, small plates, and delicious desserts will be individually plated and safely served throughout the evening. In-person capacity is limited, and precautions will be taken following CDC, state, and local guidelines for a safe and enjoyable evening. 

Tickets are available for purchase online at

“Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County plays a critical role in helping and educating children and their families in our community. We are looking forward to reuniting in person with our supporters for our most important fundraiser of the year,” said CLC Chief Executive Officer Marc Jaffe in a release. “Our annual benefit has always been our signature fundraising evening raising critical funds to support CLC’s extensive ongoing efforts for our families.”  

CLC is more than an early childhood education center; it is “an economic engine” continuing its mission where together, we will shape a generation through early childhood education. “We enable more parents of young children to work than any other nonprofit in Southwest CT,” Jaffe said.

In 2020, during eight weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic, CLC provided reliable and safe childcare to children of healthcare and frontline workers as part of Project 26. CLC re-opened all eight of its Stamford locations in June, enabling more parents to go back to work. CLC also continues to provide remote learning and support services to children who can’t join in classrooms right away. “The pandemic did not change our resolve and commitment to prepare the next generation for a promising future,” stated Jaffe. 

CLC is currently enrolling children six weeks – five years old. For more information, call 203-967-6960. Families interested in enrolling in the Early Head Start or Head Start program can call 203-989-0228. 

The event is being sponsored by Moffly Media.

Questions? Contact: Stefanie Horn [email protected]  (203) 249-4048