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Celebrate Spring BOS

 Tickets available at the door.

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Tickets & Sponsorships

Platinum: $5,000 – Includes admission for 10; featured listing on event website, event evite and on event signage.

 

Gold: $2,500 – Includes admission for eight; listing on event website, event evite and event signage.

 

Silver: $1,250 – Includes admission for six; listing on event website and signage.

 

Patron: $500 – Includes admission for two; listing on event signage.

 

Couple: $225 – Includes admission for two.

 

General Admission: $125 – Includes admission for one.

 

*Tickets will also be available at the door for $135.


Celebrate Spring Boston

The Parkinson's Disease Foundation and its event Co-Chairs invite you to:

Celebrate Spring Boston
Friday, April 24
The Liberty Hotel
215 Charles Street
9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dancing and silent auction

Proceeds from Celebrate Spring Boston will benefit PDF's research programs. Online tickets sales have closed. Tickets will be available at the door for $135.

Co-Chairs: Rehana Ashraf, Kate Evans, Anne Greene.

Host Committee: Jessica Beauregard, Meg Boudreau, Jared Brewer, Tracy Burke, Ashley Cakounes, Aaron Copeland, Marc Copeland, Ashton Darian, Suzanne Evans, Kate Fulchino, Michael Gale, Colleen Gallahue, Marisa Greenwald, Craig Henricksen, Kirk Hlavka, Amy Kirsh, Chris Lundgren, Courtney MacFarlane, Neel Madhvani, Liz Marshall, Marisa Meloski, Christy Mihos, Erik Milster, Aaron Morris, Drew Oliveira, Popi Papadonta, Shervin Riahi, Matt Roberts, Suzy Schwartz, TK Skenderian, Nadja Stratton, Elizabeth Stubbs, Derek Taff, Sean Whelan, Pam Willis, Mandy Zobel.

Event History: Celebrate Spring Boston was first founded by Rehana Ashraf and Anne Greene in 2013 to "honor those we have lost to Parkinson's, like my father, and support our loved ones who are bravely living with it, like Anne's father, by raising awareness and funds for research," according to Rehana. In its inaugural year, Celebrate Spring Boston raised $42,000.

Event Photos:

Photo Credit: Michael Blanchard Photography