Remembering the Fifties Holiday Show Salutes Classic Vocal Groups
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The last date listed for Remembering the Fifties was Wednesday December 21, 2011 / 6:30pm.
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Enjoy an enlightening and engaging evening with author and storyteller Andrew Solomon, as he discusses how to overcome the shame and stigma of mental illness -- an important topic on Veterans Day, since so many former members of the military are facing these issues. An award-winning expert on mental health and family dynamics, Solomon wrote eloquently about his own struggles in 2001's The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression, winning a National Book Award and a Pulitzer Prize nomination. His most recent work, 2012's Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity is a ground-breaking exploration on how families can deal with kids who might be labeled different in some way. It's also a multiple prize winner, and landed on Best of the Year lists in both The New York Times and Time Magazine. Learn More
The purpose of this holiday affair is not only to raise funds for The New York Society for Ethical Culture women’s domestic violence shelter and Mount Calvary International Outreach, but it is also to raise awareness of the needs of these two charities and encourage the attendees to continue to make private donations.