October 20th 2012: 7:00 p.m., “A Taste of Excellence” Wine & Beer Tasting Event, Knights of Columbus, 236 Main Street, Somers. Sample over 25 varieties of wine and various local beers while snacking on local restaurants specialty foods. A truly enjoyable evening of eating, drinking and good cheer! Tickets are available on our home page or by stopping by Kaman's Liquors, South Road, Somers, or Somersvillage, Main Street, Somers or by calling (860) 749-7025.
May 19th 2012: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lily Sale and Pancake Breakfast, Worthington Pond Farm and Gardens, 359 Mountain Road, Somers. Join us on this 88 acre farm for a free pancake breakfast to start your morning (donations accepted) and then shop for your spring flowers. A large variety of lilies are available for sale in many colors and varieties. All proceeds benefit the Somers Education Foundation.
April 13th 2012: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Village Players, Joanna’s Café, 145 Main Street, Somers. The Somers Education Foundation and the Village Players partnered to fill the house for the play Moon Over Buffalo. Cocktail hour (cash bar), dinner and a wonderful night of entertainment included. The Somers Education Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds from tickets sold by SEF. Contact any board member for tickets or call Lou Bachetti at (860) 749-7025.
Family Fun Day : June 13, 2010
The Somers Education Foundation held a Family Fun Day on Sunday, June 13, 2010 at Pleasant View Golf Center in Somers. The day was an opportunity for local families to learn more about the Foundation and what it does for the Somers public schools, while having fun and spending quality time together. The festivities began at 11:00 a.m. and continued until 4:00 p.m. More than 500 children and their parents were in attendance to enjoy the festivities.
The fun-filled day will included bounce houses, inflatable slides, crafts, games, DJ, food, a dunk tank, and much more. The children were able to dunk their favorite teachers.
"We were looking for an opportunity for the families with younger children to get more involved with the Foundation, and we felt this was a great way to accomplish that task" said Foundation Vice President Dr. Paul Salva.