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Art for Alz

Help Find a Cure for Alzheimers




The Alzheimer’s Association of San Diego will host a celebration of the creative mind to raise funds to support the #Collaboration4Cure. The innovative initiative brings together San Diego’s brightest scientists to fund research that translates into a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Produced by Bettina Hahn Events, highlights include street dancers, graffiti artists, performance artists, culinary art, cold-pressed craft cocktails and local musicians. Robert Cromeans, global artistic director for Paul Mitchell, will host a live performance hair presentation. Learn more at art4alzsandiego.com.

Alzheimers is the 3rd leading cause of death in San Diego.  There is no cure.  It robs not only our memories but also the artistic abilities that make us who we are.  Through music, dance, art, fashion, graffiti & culinary arts, #Art4Alz will celebrate the creative mind and shine a spotlight on why we need to #EndAlz.

GRAB A TICKET HERE.

EVENT DETAILS:
Monday, August 24th
A Robert Cromean's Salon at The Harbor Club
3rd Avenue & K Street
6:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
#Art4Alz

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