Courageous Kids Day
The America Cancer Society event offers kids a “day away from cancer.”
Founded in 1989 by Gay Crawford, Courageous Kids Day raises funds for pediatric cancer and offers over 600 young patients in California a day of fun. The American Cancer Society in Partnership with California’s Great America holds the event annually on Mother’s Day. It’s an extra-special, activity-packed day for the courageous kids and their families, allowing them to forget some of their stress and have fun together; a day of enjoying amusement rides, a picnic lunch, arts and crafts, family portraits, photographs with local celebrities, and more. Thank you to the American Cancer Society staff, volunteers, and event co-chairs.
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The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.
It is undeniable that the performing arts industry is under-going major changes. With the innovation in technology and a shift in audience demands, art institutions are trying to attract and reach a rapidly changing audience before it is too late. Red Curtain Addict, a performing arts start-up in San Francisco, has set out to “unite the arts” by making the arts easily accessible, approachable, and fun to a new and young audience.