Students Showcase Talents at Blue Whale Cafe

The annual Blue Whale Café took place last Friday in the McCullough Library and resulted in the most money donated in the history of the event.

This year, organizers sold 175 tickets, leading to over $2,300 raised and donated to Clean Ocean Action, an organization that researches pollution issues affecting the marine environment and then works on policy changes and campaigns to eliminate those pollution sources.

The event was a joint effort between the Arts Council and the Environmental Club, with members of each volunteering their time performing and running the show.

The huge success of this year’s event shows continued momentum to highlight community performances as well as raise money for a great cause.

“Next year is the 25th anniversary and we are working on making it very special,” said Tiffany D’Addario, Upper School Art Teacher and organizer of the Blue Whale Cafe.

Thanks to all of our performers and attendees for another successful Blue Whale Cafe.