Revamped Starry, Starry Night event to support the Children’s Campus programs
Youth Bridge presents “Nox Stellata: A Starry, Starry Night Fundraiser” at 2 La Coste Court in Pinnacle Hills on Thurs., Oct. 19, from 6:30-10:30 p.m. This event, a rebranded version of the Starry, Starry Night fundraiser, will support residential treatment at our Children’s Campus and the Legacy Programs that assist families and children without the means to pay for mental and behavioral counseling. Tickets are $100 with sponsorships available for individuals, companies and organizations.
The evening will be a charity event like no other with live painting by local artists, a video glitch installation, a silk aerialist performance, “chair-ity” auction, music and a virtual reality experience. The VR film will be a documentary, produced by the award-winning Freelance Society, and will allow the viewer to put themselves in the shoes of the children we serve.
“Youth Bridge is committed to helping our kids,” said Dr. Nancy Hairston, development director. “With this event, we will bring guests an evening of whimsical enjoyment while raising money for the future – the children of Northwest Arkansas.”
This will be an amazing evening filled with storytelling and room-by-room experiences that will lead guests through the breathtaking 16,000 ft. estate in 7 colored rooms – each of the rooms with it’s own theme. We will have culinary and beverage tastings along with some other surprises.
Get tickets & sponsor here: www.youthbridge.com/noxstellata