The Well Community, a non-profit organization near the Bishop Arts District serving adults dealing with severe mental illnesses, will host Starry Night in Hollywood on Saturday, November 9, at new venue, The Schoolhouse, 1601 Chalk Hill Road Dallas. All proceeds benefit The Well Community.
The star-filled event will start at 7:30 p.m. with a Neighborhood Spotlight on local Oak Cliff Students. Oak Cliff-based Rosemont Kings will stir up lively sounds as guests, dressed as their favorite movie stars, will dance to music from Hollywood movie themes.
Tickets start at $100 and can be purchased online at https://wellcommunity.org/starrynight/ or at the door. Sponsorship opportunities can be found at: https://wellcommunity.org/starrynight/starry-night-sponsor-information/
“This is the first year we are moving from our well-established Recovery Live! concerts to an even more fun-packed Starry Night benefit party. Each year we’ll have a Starry Night Event under the stars of a different theme. We are delighted to kick things off in Hollywood. I can’t wait to see which movie stars our guests choose to honor with their attire!” says Alice Zaccarello, Executive Director of The Well Community. “We are going to have a terrific Starry Night in Hollywood, so we hope many, many in Dallas who want to make a positive impact for those who live with severe mental illnesses will join us.”
Brooke and Jason Moser are joined this year by Kate and Don Thacker to serve as co-chairs for this fundraising event. Guests will enjoy cocktails with a surprise signature drink and tasty hors d’oeuvres by Blue Fire Catering.
About The Well Community
The Well Community, founded in 2002, is the only faith-based nonprofit in the Dallas Metroplex exclusively serving those who suffer from mental illnesses. The Well cares for and serves people with the profound physical, emotional and spiritual needs that are so prevalent when dealing with mental disorders. Using a holistic approach, The Well provides compassionate programs and services for those who are otherwise isolated and lonely. Visit wellcommunity.org for more information.