Mark your calendar and get your tickets now!
The Sedona YMCA is proud to be hosting the Celebrate Sedona - 2013 Summer Culinary and Comedy event supporting the Sedona YMCA and Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters. This unforgettable evening promises to be filled with laughter, great conversations and some of the most delicious food and beverages you can find in all of Arizona. George Bernard Shaw said "There is no love sincerer than the love of food". Scientific American Mind Magazine says “Humor makes you friendlier, sexier and reduces your stress, pain, and blood pressure”.
VERY SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT:
Tom and Shondra www.tomandshondra.com
Arizona Comedy All-Star Dennis Andres, known for his "Mr. Sedona" book series
Comedian Jeff Masters
Divine Improvidence - improv troupe reunion
Children's dance performance, raffles, silent auction, prizes and more!
VERY SPECIAL FOOD:
Chef Diego from The Field, Beth's Culinary Creations, Java Love Cafe, Garlands Lodge, Sedona Olive Oil, exotic and delicious beverages and more!
WHEN: Sunday, June 23rd. 5PM to 8PM.
WHERE: Sedona YMCA (see map)
TICKETS: $25/ea, $20 when purchasing more than one.
Also performing comedy will be Dennis Andres, known for his "Mr. Sedona" book series. Andres was voted as the area's best comedian in a local readers poll, and named an Arizona Comedy All-Star by Jester’z Improv in Scottsdale. He has performed as a stand up comic or comedic improvisor on stage in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and will offer a short routine for the benefit. Guests are in for an additional treat, with actor & comedian Jeff Masters who be joining Dennis for a special reunion of their Improv group Divine Improvidence Players. “DIPS” for short are coming together after four years to help support the cause of hunger, healthy living and education success here in their home base of Sedona, Arizona.
The YMCA has been serving Arizona since 1894 and joined the Sedona community in August of 2012. Big Brothers Big Sisters was established in Arizona in 1904 and has been serving Sedona since 1986. Both organizations work together from the YMCA facility to address the recent increase of child food hunger and teen substance abuse and provide Sedona with effective programs for youth development, healthy living, social responsibility and for helping children and families attain higher aspirations, education success and better relationships
We’re thinking we should do this more often!