Resiliency Village Fundraiser: A Dinner To Dye For
Date(s) - 08/21/2021
Columbia State Historic Park
Resiliency Village To Stage First Major Fundraiser at its New Permanent Home in Tuolumne County, August 21, 5 pm
Location: Columbia State Park, main parking lot behind Fallon House Theater
Sonora, California-based nonprofit Resiliency Village announced today that they are holding a major public event on-site at its recently acquired property in the Big Hill area of Tuolumne County. The benefit event is being billed “Let Resiliency Village Transport You To Another Time & Place: ‘A Dinner to Dye For,’.” The theme is designed to whisk you back to the 1970s where tie-dyed apparel was high fashion (time-period dress optional for attendees). There will be a dinner, catered by Colette Such and Kathleen Lorimer, a tour of the grounds, and a mystery theater experience featuring local artists Maryann Curmi, Ellen Stewart, followed by live music from Clan Dyken.
Admission to the event is limited, and those interested in supporting the organization are encouraged to purchase tickets as soon as possible. Tickets are $100 per person, and group tables can be arranged by contacting the organizers via their website (www.ResiliencyVillage.org).
Resiliency Village works primarily with trauma-affected families and individuals experiencing homelessness by providing a safe place to live and the opportunity to build and be part of a thriving community. The group works with multiple agencies and volunteers to reduce the homeless crisis in the Tuolumne County region. The “Village” provides on-site services, including medical, dental, and counseling, plus non-traditional therapies like music, art, creative writing, and theater.
For more information about the organization, the “Village,” tickets to “A Dinner to Dye For,” other ways you can help, or information about homelessness in our area, please visit www.ResiliencyVillage.org.