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Video from Marisa: In Honor of My Grandfather

How can you support PD research? Marisa shares her very personal reasons for supporting research as a committee member for next Wednesday’s CARNAVAL in NYC, and invites you to join us. Check out her story, purchase your tickets at www.pdf.org/carnaval and spread the word by sharing this video.

CARNAVAL
Wednesday, January 30 at 6:30 PM
Slate, 54 West 21st Street NYC (at Sixth Avenue)
New York, NY

  • The evening features DJ Brenda Black, Samba dancing, games of chance, a raffle, buffet dinner and premium open bar.
  • Couples join for $220. Individual tickets are $135 in advance and $150 at the door. Tickets include CARNAVAL cash that can be used to play games of chance and be eligible for raffle items.
  • CARNAVAL pays tribute to Peter Dorn, member of PDF's Board of Directors, co-owner of the Copacabana Club and one of the creators of CARNAVAL.
  • Hosted by PDF; event Co-Chairs Stephanie Goldman-Pittel, Sharon Klein, Amy Sole, Douglas Stern and Jeffrey Zygler; and our host committee members Roy Alcalay, M.D., Melissa Barry, Kelly Bresnahan, Caitlin Carey, Randy Colahan, Christine Colón, M.S., Megan Costello, Jaina Dambra, Rob Dickar, Robin Elliott, Genna Farber, Jason Grunberg, Paddi Hurley, Sarah Janicki, Angela Latigona, Arlene Levine, Laureen Lipsky, Jorge Lizarralde, Mary Looram, Carly Masucci, Nancy Ozelli, Eddie Pelto, Lisa Scudera, Scott Shushansky, Marisa Silber, Louis Vitale, Dan Volpe, Linda Yang and Robert Yang.

PS: Get Social! Spread the word by sharing this video or making this CARNAVAL image your profile picture on Facebook. Want to know who's coming and what the latest raffle items are? Check out our Facebook invite and follow @PDFparkinson and @PDFChampions on Twitter to learn more.


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