advertisement

Grass Valley, Calif. March 9, 2017 – Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation proudly presents the eighth annual Martinis and A Movie night featuring the hit classic American Graffiti. This year’s event will benefit the new Infusion Center at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital (SNMH) and will take place on Wednesday, March 29 at the Del Oro Theatre in downtown Grass Valley. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie will start at 7:15 p.m.

Come enjoy a martini, movie, and gourmet treats while supporting a great cause! Ticket prices are $30 in advance and are being sold at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Gift Shop, SNMH Foundation, Mill Street Clothing (located at 117 Mill Street, Grass Valley) or online at www.brownpapertickets.com. Day of prices are $35. Advanced purchase of tickets is recommended as this event has sold out in the past. Guests must be 21 or older.

The hilarious and poignant 1973 hit movie American Graffiti is set in Modesto, Calif. in 1962, a time and place of early rock n’ roll, drag races and diners. Directed by George Lucas, the movie follows four friends over the course of one summer night as they navigate relationships, their futures and the decisions that will impact both. American Graffiti has been recognized for helping to launch or further the careers of Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat, Harrison Ford, Cindy Williams, Mackenzie Phillips and Wolfman Jack.

YubaNet is powered by your subscription

$
$
$

Your contribution is appreciated.

This year’s event will also feature a showing of classic cars provided by members of local group, the Roamin’ Angels. Imagine yourself in the 1960s as you peruse several vintage automobiles parked on Mill Street in downtown Grass Valley.

Event proceeds will benefit the new Infusion Center at SNMH, which is scheduled to open late fall of 2017. Infusion therapy plays a vital role in the health of our community, delivering intravenous medication to patients who are battling diseases such as cancer, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, anemia and congestive heart failure, to name a few. This new center will feature state-of-the-art equipment and a calming environment that includes ample natural light and a view of the surrounding foothills.

For more information, please call (530) 477-9700 or visit www.supportsierranevada.org.