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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 13, 2019-
Apr 13, 2019
05:30PM - 10:00PM
Brain, Art & Music BAM Gala
On Saturday, April 13, 2019, join us for an elegant evening of community connection benefiting Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery
Marin,
Osher Marin JCC
Event Description
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Experience an elegant evening of community connection that changes lives at the 8th Annual Brain, Art & Music Gala (BAM Gala) with emcee Joan Ryan, New York Times Best-selling author, award-winning sports journalist, and media consultant for the San Francisco Giants. The evening will be celebrated with social mingling accompanied by live music from new Indie voice Sarah Herzog; delicious appetizers and a light buffet dinner prepared by Comforts; premium wine tastings poured by Wilson Artisan Wines, Stringer Cellars, and Estate 1856 Wines; plus, champagne, cocktails, live and silent auctions, an inspiring live program, and more! Dr. Diane Barnes, stroke survivor, advocate, and writer and solo performer of “My Stroke of Luck,” will also be honored.

 

Proceeds benefit The Karen Schurig Scholarship Fund for low-income clients at Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery, the only non-profit in the North Bay providing services to help Marin’s concussion and stroke survivors not only survive, but thrive. At Schurig Center, we believe it’s not enough to save a life. We believe everyone deserves to have a life.

Fee: $200.00

Contact Information
Name: Angela Abbey     Email: angela@schurigcenter.org
Phone: 415-461-6771

 

      

 

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