Annual Memories in the Making Art Auction and Gala

When:
May 12, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
2017-05-12T17:30:00-07:00
2017-05-12T21:30:00-07:00
Where:
The Sentinel Hotel
614 SW 11th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
USA
Cost:
Individual: $95 / Early-bird: $85 (through April 1) / Grand prize drawing necklace (only 100 available): $100
Contact:
Amy Schmidt / Retirement Connection
503-505-5865
Annual Memories in the Making Art Auction and Gala @ The Sentinel Hotel | Portland | Oregon | United States

This year’s Memories in the Making Art Auction and Gala will be filled with entertainment, silent and live auction items, raffle fun, incredible food, and an opportunity to donate to a wonderful program. Auction items include fabulous vacation packages; gift baskets from local vendors; and art from local artists and participants in the program.

New this year – local artist, Christopher Bibby, will create original watercolors during the evening event. Purchase one of four iconic Oregon scenes, customized with your preferred color palette during “Minis in a Minute.”

Purchase Tickets Online

How to get involved with the 2017 event:

  • Become an event sponsor (includes marketing & table of 8) – $3,000
  • Become a table sponsor (table of 8) – $1,500
  • Purchase your early bird ticket for $85 before April 1 ($95 regular price)

Not able to attend, but still want to support?

  • Donate a $75 – $250 silent auction gift basket
  • Donate wine for the wine wall

For more information or to donate, please contact Eileen Kravetz at ekravetz@alz.org or Amy Schmidt at amy@retirementconnection.com.

About Memories in the Making®
Memories in the Making resulted from the exploration of the use of art as an alternative form of expression for people with dementia. While Alzheimer’s disease brings constant reminders of failures and losses, Memories in the Making provides a nonjudgmental environment in which participants can express their feelings. The focus is on the process rather than the product, allowing people with dementia to experience moments of joy and a renewed sense of accomplishment and self-respect.

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