More info/Buy Tickets: http://www.savethearts.net/benefit.html
Education is the civil rights issue of our time. Come join us in our efforts to save the arts in education and give our children the well-rounded educational experience that they need and deserve if they're to compete in the 21st century.
Buy a ticket or donate to our event and save the arts for a child.
If you would like to contribute more, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll let you know how you can help!
Woman Who Should Be Famous: Suzanne Nichols
Over the years, Katie has had the chance to interview some very famous women, but it’s been the ordinary women doing extraordinary things that have really touched her. These are the women in your community who might not be big names, but they’re making a big difference. Today, we are pleased to introduce you to Suzanne Nichols, a drama teacher, who has raised more than $20,000 to save arts education for public schools in Los Angeles.
The Save The Arts Benefit will be held at:
the Historic Cocoanut Grove
701 S. Catalina Street
Parking is on 8th Street, near the corner of 8th and Catalina Street.
Date: May 16th, 2015
Tickets: $25.00 / $50.00 for Premier Seating (rows 1-15)
Time: 5:00pm - 9:30pm
• Grammy nominated Jazz vocalist Barbara Morrison
• An amazing art auction with art work by Nicola Lamb, Michael Blasi, Deborah Krall, Katherine Ng, Lorien Eck, Bradley Greer, and many more
• Artwork by the students of New Open World Academy, Los Angeles High School of the Arts, and the School for the Visual Arts and Humanities.
• Dr. Daanee Touchstone
Items for Auction:
• Free Swim Lessons from Lenny Krayzelberg Swim Academy. Link
• Free Water Yoga Lessons from Lenny Krayzelberg Swim Academy.
• Gift Certificate for a one hour massage at the Hotel Sofitel Los Angeles. Link
• Two One Month Memberships to UpDog Fitness - starting bid for each item $50.00. Link
• Signed book and cd by actor John Lithgow