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Party with a Purpose: The Third Annual Drink Pink,Think Pink

Cancer is a disease we all know too well-  whether you are a victim, caregiver, survivor or friend. Let’s gather together- right here in Ridgefield- to support and empower one another. Drink Pink,Think Pink is an evening for friendship, connecting and laughing.

This third annual event, hosted by Sarah Bouissou of Bernard’s, Kerry Anne Ducey of HamletHub, Monica Brown of 109 Cheese & Wine and Mary Jones of Rodier Flowers,  will take place on Wednesday, October 10 beginning at 6 pm at Sarah’s Wine Bar (upstairs from Bernard’s) on West Lane.

There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. And- bring a friend (or two or three). When you pay the $10 admittance charge, you will be given a pink ticket, good for one pink cocktail. 100% of the funds collected at the door will  be given directly to Ann’s Place The Home of I Can, a local organization that provides comfort and support to those touched by cancer.

Live music will be provided by Redding resident, Kelly Mittleman. Pink beverages will be served courtesy of 109 Cheese & Wine.

10% of all food or beverages purchased throughout the evening will be given to Ann’s Place.

About Ann’s Place:

Ann’s Place, The Home of I CAN provides comfort and support to those touched by cancer.  Ann’s Place was founded in 1991 and serves more than 750 people (including individuals and families) each month.   All services and programs are provided free of charge, including compassionate and professional counseling for individuals, groups, and families along with art therapy and numerous support groups and wellness programs.   Services are provided from time of diagnosis, through treatment, and for the subsequent years of recovery.  Ann’s Place will be moving into its new home on Saw Mill Road in Danbury in the fall of this year.  This welcoming facility will provide a homelike setting for clinical services and accommodate continued growth.

Kerry Anne Ducey