The Rocky Mountain Chapter
of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America
CABARET FOR A CURE!
An evening of fun, food, friends and music featuring Aaron Rose’s Neil Diamond Tribute Show. The party starts at 6:30pm with cocktails and munchies! We’ll have a silent auction and a live auction too.
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society supports people affected by Huntington’s Disease and their families. Please join us for this wonderful evening benefiting this worthy cause.
ABOUT THE ENTERTAINMENT
We are pleased to present this high energy, one-of-a-kind Neil Diamond Tribute Band. Singer Aaron Rose’s “Forever in Blue Jeans” show is complete with a full piece band, that is dedicated to giving audiences the feeling that they are at a real Neil Diamond concert. You’ll enjoy songs such as “Sweet Caroline,” “Cracklin’ Rose,” “Song Sung Blue” and many more of Neil’s greatest hits!
WHAT IS HUNTINGTON’S DISEASE?
It’s a devastating, hereditary, degenerative brain disorder for which there is, at present, no cure and only one FDA-approved treatment (Xenazine) for a symptom of Huntington’s Disease (HD). HD slowly diminishes the affected individual’s ability to walk, talk and reason. Eventually, the person with HD becomes totally dependent upon others for his or her care. HD profoundly affects the lives of entire families — emotionally, socially and economically.
A Brief History of How the Huntington’s Disease Society Began
Story teller, musician and American folk icon, Woody Guthrie struggled with Huntington’s Disease during his adult life. He lost the battle in 1967, he was just 55 years old. During the more than 15 years that the disease affected him, he struggled to continue to communicate his conviction that every man, woman and child has within them the power to make a difference.
Soon after his death, his widow Marjorie vowed to do something about this silent killer. At that time, not much was known about the disease, so Marjorie set out to change that. From that first moment, when Marjorie Guthrie reached out to other HD families, a worldwide movement began that would change the lives of those living with HD and bring hope to families.
Wednesday, October 24th at 6:30pm
Tickets may be purchased at www.hdsa.org/co
CLICK ON Purchase Tickets
or call the Huntington’s Disease Society at 303-837-9937
Individual tickets $125
Group ticket packages are also available.