If you're in Southern California, the Center for the Asian Pacific Family invites you to Voices For Change, their 33rd Anniversary Garden Party.
Co-hosted the by Michelle Krusiec and Teddy Zee, the evening will feature food, performances, awards presentations and more, all celebrating the "Voice for Change" in our community who speak out against domestic violence.
It's happening Friday, September 30 at the Historic Gilmore Adobe in Los Angeles. Here are some more details about the evening:
CPAF's 33rd Anniversary Garden PartyTo purchase tickets, go to the CPAF website here.
VOICES FOR CHANGE
The Gilmore Adobe at The Grove
6301 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles CA 90036
(The Farmer's Market on Third and Fairfax)
Friday, September 30, 2011
Food & Wine/Silent Auction Reception begins at 6:00 PM
-Live entertainment by singer/songwriter Giana Nguyen
-Event catering provided by Good Girl Dinette: "American diner meets Vietnamese comfort food." Listed as Pulitzer Prize winning food critic, Jonathan Gold's 99 Essential Restaurants in LA.
-Drinks sponsored by Singha Beer, Jarritos, and Daniel Yi (OneHope Wine)
Program begins at 7:30 PM
- Opening performance by Dawen
- Co-hosted by actress & writer, Michelle Krusiec & film producer, Teddy Zee.
- Premiere of brand new CPAF PSA's in Vietnamese and Korean
- Honoring Stewart Kwoh & Asian Pacific American Legal Center with the 2011 "Champion for Change" Award
The Center for the Pacific Asian Family was founded to help address domestic violence and sexual assault in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities. For more information about the invaluable work they do, go to the CPAF website here.