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Fast & Furriest – The Animal Foundation

Saturday, November 18 at 9:00 AM
Sunset Park, 2601 East Sunset Rd., Las Vegas

5K RUN, 1-MILE WALK, VENDOR AREA, BEER PARK, FOOD TRUCKS, ACTIVITIES, ADOPTABLE PETS, COSTUME CONTESTS…for you and your furry friend!

Join us for a family-friendly event celebrating pets and the people who love them! People and their pooches walk, run or wag their way through Sunset Park and enjoy some fresh air, exercise and quality time with a two-legged or four-legged friend!
MAKE EVERY STEP YOU TAKE COUNT BY FUNDRAISING FOR HOMELESS PETS AT THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION

Whether you are participating on your own or as part of a team, now you can make your race participation mean even more by setting up your own fundraising page. Share your page with everyone you know and let them know that as they support you, they are also helping save the lives of homeless animals in need in the Las Vegas Valley.
CAN’T MAKE IT? RUN A VIRTUAL RACE WITH US!

Even if you can’t make it to Sunset Park on November 18th you can still support The Animal Foundation in a virtual race from any location you choose. You can run, jog or walk in your own neighborhood, at the gym on a treadmill or on a trail. You get to run your own race, at your own pace. You can even create a virtual team. And, you can still invite friends and family to support you via your own fundraising page.

Note: Virtual participants still need to register to receive your t-shirt, participation medal and numbered bib. Let others support you and The Animal Foundation by setting up your own fundraising page.
NEW THIS YEAR – TEAM PARTICIPATION

Consider joining or starting a team. All it takes is one or two committed people to make a team. Invite business colleagues, family or friends to help you fundraise for The Animal Foundation. Show your team spirit with custom team shirts made by Pens Prints (pensprints.com)! Pens Prints will donate 20% of the proceeds from each shirt sold directly back to The Animal Foundation. Show your team spirit and get involved!

EVENT DAY SCHEDULE

7:30 a.m. Packet pick-up and race-day registration
9:00 a.m. 5K Run and One-Mile Walk
9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Fast & Furriest Festival

ENTRY FEES AND FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITIES [click here to register]

5K Runners: $30 online ($40 after Wednesday, November 1, 2017)
One-Mile Walkers: $20
Virtual 5K Race: $30

5K RUN AND ONE-MILE WALK GUIDELINES

No retractable leashes can be used during the event.
Well-mannered dogs are welcome to take participate (see dog jog etiquette)
There are no refunds of entry given or transfers of entry permitted for this event

PACKET PICK-UP

Early Packet Pickup

11/16 – 11am-6pm at Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar in Town Square
11/17 – 8:30am – 6pm at The Animal Foundation

Race Day

beginning at 7:30 a.m. at Sunset Park

For more information visit https://animalfoundation.com/event/fast-furriest-5k-festival/

Cheers to Chocolate

Saturday, November 11 at 7:00 PM
The District at Green Valley Ranch

You Don’t Want to Miss
The Biggest Block Party of the Year
Please join us November 11th in The District at Green Valley Ranch for an evening of fun and fundraising to benefit Easterseals Nevada. Chocolate connoisseurs, foodies, and lovers of vino will all delight in a variety of culinary treats and wine as notable restaurants and sweet shops from The District and around the Las Vegas Valley gather. The Silent Auction will be filled with staycations, wine, spa experiences, beauty baskets, jewelry, art and much much more. While listening to the sounds of local DJ Jesse, guests will be able to dance the night away.
Purchase your tickets today!
We Are Stronger Together

Tickets purchased in Advance
$35 for Individual $65 per couple

Tickets Will Be Available at the Door
$45 for Individual $80 per couple

For more information visit CheerstoChocolate.com

Party Pics: New Museum “Hell, Yes!” party

Hell Yes! What a great time was had by all, on June 21, 2017.

 

Flower District Gallery Tour

Saturday May 6 at 1pm
Garden District (Chelsea) Gallery Tour

On the Flower District gallery tour in Chelsea on Sat. May 6 at 1:00 PM, meeting at 247 W. 29th St. near 7th Ave., celebrate springtime as we visit galleries in New York’s newest emerging art neighborhood.  You’ll see vibrant paintings by an artist whose active brain tumor affects his work, aerial photography of hundreds of miles of pristine African coast, a group show of wearable fabric art, and much more.  In between exhibits, we’ll stroll through fragrant plant- and flower-laden sidewalks in this remarkable commercial floral area!

Sat. May 6 at 1:00 PM: Flower District gallery tour
Purchase discount tickets to this tour.
This discount is $8 off through Thur. May 4 at 11:55 PM, then it reverts to full price.

Party Pics: Love Parade

Philanthropist, activist, filmmaker and fashion designer Arden Wohl headlined The ZIRKOVA ONE+TOGETHER LOVE PARADE and AFTERPARTY.

A noted socially conscious Renaissance girl, and famed as muse to numerous design houses – including her collaborations with ethical contemporary accessory line, Cri de Coeur (French for “cry from the heart”) – Arden was on hand to spread love in the form of giving by handing out Wildflowers among the crowds.

Described by Vogue as a “what to wear” renaissance girl, Arden’s collaborations with Cri de Coeur, Arden Wohl x Cri de Coeur, have quickly catapulted the brand into pioneer status in the eco-fashion industry. Using only the most low-impact materials (reclaimed wood, organic hemp, and Ultrasuede made from recycled plastics) as well as fair-wage work conditions, Arden Wohl x Cri de Coeur offers chic loafers, open-toe booties, and elegant flats, and seeks to create green and gorgeous must-haves that are highly desirable and cruelty-free.

The Love Parade took place this Sunday, April 30th at 1pm in Union Square, with the final stop at the High Line. The official after party and fundraiser, CHOOSE LOVE at HOUSE OF YES (in Bushwick, Brooklyn) included an excellent and eclectic night of international and local DJs, incredible artists, art installations, and performers. The Zirkova One+Together open bar ran from 6-8pm, along with drink specials throughout the night.

Attendee’s enjoyed giving gifts in the form of flower’s to new friends on the streets and at House Of Yes.

Gallery Walk by Art News

Saturday, April 29
Madison Avenue

On the Saturday preceding Frieze New York and the TEFAF New York fairs, the Madison Avenue Gallery Walk will give the public time and space to visit the many galleries located on Madison Avenue and its adjacent side streets from East 57th St. up to East 86th St.

This event is free and open to the public, and features over sixty curator & artist talks where you can hear from experts about collections on view.

To learn more and register, visit www.artnews.com/MadAveGalleryWalk/ where you can click their Calendar to RSVP for curator and artists talks at the galleries of your choice.

Madison Avenue Gallery Walk is organized by the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District. For more information, kindly visit www.madisonavenuebid.org

Party Pics – Brooklyn Black Tie Ball

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On Thursday, October 6, 2016 Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (Conservancy) held its fourth annual Brooklyn Black Tie Ball and After Party. The sold out event hosted over 800 guests and raised $1.1 million, a new record for the Conservancy. In 2015, the event raised $1 million.

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The event took place on Pier 2 of the Park and included a cocktail reception on the promenade and a seated three–course meal. Guests enjoyed the magnificent Manhattan skyline and sweeping views of New York Harbor, which served as the backdrop for an evening celebration of one of New York City’s most spectacular waterfront parks. After the Ball, the Conservancy Currents, the Conservancy’s young professionals group, hosted a ticketed after party where guests participated in a high-energy gathering. It included an open bar, snacks and dancing under the stars with DJ Herbert Holler from the Freedom Party.

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Fulfilling the Conservancy’s vision for turning a neglected strip of waterfront into a verdant public space over 30 years ago, Brooklyn Bridge Park has provided New York City with an extraordinary place to play, learn, connect, and be inspired.

Proceeds from the Brooklyn Black Tie Ball will help keep the Park vibrant, beautiful, and growing; directly supporting the Conservancy’s over 500 free and low cost activities and events. Over one million Brooklyn Bridge Park visitors have enjoyed the Conservancy’s education, cultural, fitness, recreation, and arts programs. In 2016 alone, more than 170,000 individuals enjoyed Conservancy events including kayaking, waterfront workouts, and environmental education classes, as part of its extensive lineup.

At this year’s Ball, the Conservancy honored noted humanitarian and business executive, Barry S. Sternlicht, Chairman and CEO of Starwood Capital Group and the founder of SH Group and 1 Hotels. With a commitment to changing the standard for socially responsible hospitality, Mr. Sternlicht will debut 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge early next year. The Conservancy celebrated Barry S. Sternlicht’s personal and professional commitment to sustainability, environmental responsibility, and design excellence and honors his leadership in the philanthropic and civic life of New York City.

The Conservancy also paid tribute to Regina Myer, the outgoing President of Brooklyn Bridge Park for her years of service and vision that helped to establish the Park as a world renowned destination. Under her leadership, the 85 acres were transformed from an inaccessible waterfront into a world-class park that now receives over 4 million visitors annually.

“The annual Brooklyn Black Tie Ball has become a hallmark event for the Conservancy.” said Nancy Webster, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. “We were elated to honor Barry Sternlicht and his philanthropic generosity and commitment to sustainability. His support will help ensure Brooklyn Bridge Park remains a world class waterfront public space filled with first-rate programming that all ages can enjoy. Additionally, we were delighted to pay tribute to Regina Myer’s transformative vision in bringing the Park to life and we wish her great success in her next endeavor.”

“The Brooklyn Black Tie Ball has become a wonderful autumn tradition at the Park and a great way to support the Conservancy’s programs that make BBP such a special place,” said Regina Myer, outgoing President of Brooklyn Bridge Park. “We congratulate honoree Barry S. Sternlicht, whose 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is going to be a great addition to the Park and to the neighborhood, and are grateful to everyone for their commitment to Brooklyn Bridge Park and the Conservancy.”

Golf at Maidstone Club

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Wednesday, October 5: 11:30 lunch, 1pm golf
Maidstone Club, 29 Maidstone Ln, East Hampton

The Bonac Booster Club is teaming up with The Kendall Madison Foundation on our first annual Golf Outing at the Maidstone Club.

Join us for lunch at 11:30am, a 1pm shotgun start, followed by cocktails and hors d’ouevres.

$500 per person | $1900 per foursome
($80 per person post-round cocktails only)

For Reservations or Sponsorship:
631.681.7086
bonacbooster@gmail.com | kmadfoundation@gmail.com
Kendall Madison Foundation | P.O. Box 97 | East Hampton, NY 11937

Proceeds will be shared by both organizations.

Kickoff Party – Septemberfest in Southampton

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Friday, September 23 from 6:30 to 9:30 pm
Agawam Park, 90 Jobs Lane, Southampton

Southampton Rotary Club will kick-off SeptemberFest weekend with a cocktail party in Agawam Park featuring live music and dancing to one of the East End’s favorite bands, NEW LIFE CRISIS, plus the music stylings of Beau Hulse.

Complimentary beer and wine from 6:30 to 8:00 pm followed by a cash bar from 8:00 to 9:30 pm. Food trucks will be on site providing refreshments.

Always a great party, funds raised will support the Southampton SeptemberFest activities and the Rotary’s Scholarship Program which provides college scholarships to local Southampton students. Music generously underwritten by Storms Motors & John David Rose, Architect, P.C., AIA.

Tickets are $30 in advance and $40 at the door.

For more info click here

Also see our article about Septemberfest.