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1736 Family Crisis Center's Fifth Annual Poker Tournament/Casino Night to Benefit Domestic Violence Victims and Homeless Youth
Annie Duke, Commissioner of Federated Poker League and Poker Celebrity, will the 5th Annual 1736 Family Crisis Center Poker Charity Tournament. Join Annie and Celebrity Tournament Director Dianna Donofrio-Tirgatzi, along with sponsors Toyota Financial Services, Poker Player's Alliance and ProVisionMedia for a fun-filled evening of poker, laughter, dinner and celebration on Saturday, May 14th at 3:00 pm at the L.A. Center Studios.
Each poker hand played that evening will be a strong step forward in ending domestic violence. All proceeds from this tournament will benefit 1736 Family Crisis Center in their work to end domestic violence.
The Edgemar Center for the Arts (“ECA”) is were theater, dance, music, film, and visual arts come together in one place.
Founded by Michelle Danner and Larry Moss, ECA serves as collaborative rehearsal and performance space open to artists of all disciplines and experience levels. It encourages and nurtures the collaboration between writers, directors, actors, musicians, dancers, and visual artists of all ages and levels of experience to come together in an environment of learning. They invite the community to observe, engage, and interact, to add its voice to the creative process through classes and productions that include ticketed performances and educational outreach courses for children and senior citizens. As part of its outreach program, the ECA works with elementary through high school students, presenting a variety of artistic disciplines. Programs based on California's curriculum will teach students to harness their creativity and improve their reading, writing, critical thinking, and social skills.
In the time since ECA first opened, many wonderful and exciting events and programs have graced their stages and art gallery. The ECA credits its success is to the generosity of dedicated friends of the center; however, to continue its mission and fulfill its promise to nurture the next generation of artists while continuing to provide a beautiful home for established performers and visionaries, they need continuing support. The ECA is dependant on the dedication of its volunteers and mentors as well as the gifts and donations from its supporters.
The 3rd Annual Celebrity Charity Poker Tournament will be co-hosted by Annie Duke and Joe Reitman and surprise guests!
On Thursday, April 28, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. the ECA is hosting a fundraiser poker tournament in the hopes of raising additional funds so that it can continue with its mission of providing a constant and reliable place to observe, engage, and interact with the artistic community.
The initial buy-in for the No Limit Hold'em multiple re-buy tournament is $100.00, which includes includes all you can eat and drink. First Prize is a Seat at Brad Garrett's Poker Tournament September 17th at the Tropicana in Las Vegas!
Tickets are available for [URL"http://edgemar.tix.com/Event.asp?Event=360710"]on-line[/URL] purchase and you can call (310) 392-7327 for more event details. All proceeds are 100% tax-deductible and support Edgemar Center for the Arts a not for profit 501 (c)3 theatre. Availability is limited and poker tournament participation is on a first-reserved basis.
Edgemar Center for the Arts
2437 Main St
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Annie Duke hosts her Celebrity Poker Night at Commerce Casino on Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 8:00 p.m. at the Commerce Casino, as part of the L.A. Poker Open. Popular tournament director Matt Savage will emcee the home-style $330 No Limit Hold'em tournament event which offers one optional add-on and rebuys for $100. The schedule of events and more details...
This Saturday, September 26, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. the Edgemar Center for the Arts is hosting a fundraiser poker tournament in the hopes of raising additional funds so that it can continue with its mission of providing a constant and reliable place to observe, engage, and interact with the artistic community. For more detail, click here.