Venue Details

Highland Camrose Park
Picnic Area 15 by the Hollywood Bowl 2101 Highland Ave Los Angeles, CA 90068
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Rated by 8 members
Diane McKain
Review from Diane McKain
27 events 15 reviews

Party portion was very close to the Bowl - a lot going on all for charity. Surprisingly great food and plenty of it. Show itself was AWESOME. We were given prop bags as we came in to use where appropriate - a la Rocky Horror. Many people in...continued

reviewed Jun 25 2010 report as inappropriate
Randi Borden
Review from Randi Borden
4 events 2 reviews

AMAZING EVENT. Lots of people dressed up! Lots of fun, lots of singing. Was in Row L and could see the screen no problem. Even got goodie bags from the show with a little rydell pom pom and postcard size picture, whistles and bubbles. FUN EVENT!

reviewed Jun 25 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Suzanne
5 events 2 reviews

Fun pre-party with Sandy and Danny; good food, nice people and great raffle!

It was a treat watching the movie with so many fans. The goodie bag was a nice surprise. I'd definitely attend if they showed it next year!

reviewed Jun 25 2010 report as inappropriate
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A ticket permits admission to both the pre-party picnic and the movie screening at the Hollywood Bowl.  

Join  the Valley Community Clinic and sponsors Barefoot Wine and Bubbly, City Kitchen Catering and Paul Mitchell on June 25th at the Hollywood Bowl to Sing-a-Long to the lyrics of America’s favorite movie musical, Grease. Also, join Danny, Sandy and Rizzo for a VIP pre-party fundraising event down the street from the Bowl at Highland Camrose Park area, picnic area 15, prior to the show. There will be plenty of good food, drink, a costume contest, 1950’s make-over’s by Paul Mitchell stylists and more!

About the Valley Community Clinic:

The mission of Valley Community Clinic is to enhance the well-being of the community by providing high quality culturally sensitive primary medical care and related health care services with an emphasis on education and prevention to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay. For almost 40 years, thousands of people have looked to Valley Community Clinic (VCC) as their family doctor. Originally founded as a counseling center in 1970, VCC’s services have grown and expanded to meet the changing needs of the community. Health care services are provided at little or no cost to individuals and families who cannot afford care elsewhere: the uninsured, the unemployed/underemployed, low-income families, and others who have fallen through the widening cracks in the health care safety net.

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