As the leaves begin to change to welcome the fall season, AlmaVia of San Rafael has planned a number of enticing activities.
On Wednesday, Oct. 4, we’re excited to present “Mama Mia AlmaVia!” This Italian-themed “Sip and Savor” event features beverages, food and desserts with an Italian flair.
Attendees can enjoy the vocal stylings of the delightful Mary Boutté. Music lovers describe Ms. Boutté’s style as extremely memorable, with romantic and soulful elements.
With her four-octave range, Ms. Boutté sings tunes from the “Great American Songbook,” featuring composers like Rodgers and Hart, George Gershwin and Cole Porter, along with well-loved songs by Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Diana Krall. Jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel, country, bossa novas and Latin tunes also play a prominent role in Ms. Boutté’s repertoire.
“Mama Mia AlmaVia!” is scheduled from 3:30 to 5 p.m. If you’d like to attend, please register by calling (877) 798-1976.
A Team of the Same Name Walks for a Good Cause
The “Mama Mia, AlmaVia!” name hails from our team participating in the upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s. You’re invited to join our team at the walk, on Saturday, Oct. 21, beginning with registration at 8:30 a.m. and a ceremony at 9:30 a.m. The walk takes place at 10 a.m. at Shollenberger Park, 1800 S. McDowell Blvd., in Petaluma.
On the team page for “Mama Mia, AlmaVia!” you can also search for team members, donate in the name of individual team members or the team as a whole and send words of encouragement to the team. The page also includes a scrolling list of top donors.
The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association and occurs each year in more than 600 communities around the country. The goal of the event is increasing awareness and funding for Alzheimer’s research, along with care and support of individuals with Alzheimer’s.
The walk brings together individuals of all ages and levels of physical ability to fight Alzheimer’s. By participating or donating, you provide crucial support for individuals with this debilitating disease.