Alameda, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
Blossom Garden of Alameda (http://www.blossomgardenalameda.com) is putting on final touches to their annual gala event benefiting Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland set for Saturday, October 13, 2012 at the historic Alameda Hotel with doors opening at 6pm.
Guests will be treated to an evening of wining and dining Hollywood Glam style with live music provided by the Frisky Frolics, a tin pan alley band, and DJ by the Bay capping off a night of dancing. Drinks, hors d'oeuvres, dinner and entertainment will all reflect an era remembered for its style, elegance and fun. It will be the last time the Hotel will host an evening event and is expected to be quite memorable.
“This year’s event will help celebrate the Hospital’s 100 Year Anniversary and we have been planning special surprises that are sure to delight our guests,” says Blossom Garden President Heather Tega. “Most of us here in Alameda, have been effected by the Children’s Hospital directly in some way. As the only independent not-for-profit regional medical center for children in Northern California, they provide so many services for so many youth, it feels really good to show how Alamedans can come together for a rare opportunity to dress up, mingle, dance, have fun, and give back.”
One Toyota of Oakland has stepped up as this year’s title sponsor, along with Karin Fox of Harbor Bay Realty, McGuire and Hester, Richard and Susan Sheratt, Parker & Sears Orthodontics, Charles Schwab, Claremont Behavioral Services and Mermaid Series. Auction items include vacation getaways, private flights, interior design consultations and even two puppies. Event organizers are seeking additional sponsors and donations to make the event a success. If you would like to become a sponsor or donate, please visit the Blossom Garden website http://www.blossomgardenalameda.com for contact information.
Guests may purchase reduced price tickets online for $75 at the Blossom Garden Website. Tickets include the price of dinner and entertainment. Seating is limited and is expected to sell out early.