Suite Cafe 2016 – Spotlighting Students for the Seventh Season!

Contact: Paula Ziemski


March 26, 2016

Suite Cafe 2016

(North Huntingdon, PA) — The Norwin Play it Forward Fund presents the seventh annual Suite Café, a family-friendly coffeehouse event to benefit the fund. The event takes place Saturday, May 15, 2016 from 7 to 9:30 PM at Norwin High School. Suite Café is one of two annual signature events supporting the fund.

The evening features musical entertainment by Norwin instrumental students and their instructors, coffee, candy bar, desserts, a popcorn bar featuring flavors by the Pittsburgh Popcorn Factory, and the “Almost Famous” Cake Auction!

To keep the focus on our student performers, there will once again be no Chinese Auction prizes this year – but there will be a 50/50 raffle and several major door prizes.  Those who attend can choose the prize they’d like to win.

Admission for the event has been reduced too!  Prepaid reservations are $20.  There is no price increase at the door this year, but we encourage tables of 8 to be reserved in advance.  Tables with more than 8 require special arrangements, and walk-ins will be placed where space is available.  For reservations, mail your check and attendee names to:

Norwin Play it Forward Fund, Inc.
c/o Fallie Princeton
1294 Hedy Lynn Drive
North Huntingdon, PA 15642

Credit cards cannot be used except on the night of the event.

Corporate sponsorships for the event are available as well!  For additional information, call Fallie at 724-864-1426 or email All proceeds benefit the fund.

Norwin Play it Forward Fund, Inc., a 501(c)3, non-profit organization provides need-based grants for motivated Norwin instrumental students, grades 5 -12, who desire to improve their musical performance abilities by taking private music lessons or attending summer music camps. The goal for students who benefit is to ultimately play it forward – either financially when they are able or by giving of their time and talent to help mentor other students – thereby attracting and retaining membership in the historically successful band and orchestra programs, and supporting the arts in the Norwin School District.  Now in its seventh year, the fund has supported over 50 students with lessons and summer music camp grants.