Nonprofit in Brief: LunaFest, film festival, to raise scholarships for teen girls
LunaFest, film festival, to raise scholarships for teen girls
The LunaFest film festival — set for 6 p.m., Sunday, March 25, at The Raven Café, 142 N Cortez St, Prescott — is a fundraising event for the 2018 Women’s Empowerment Breakthrough conference.
Tickets to the festival can be purchased at the website www.classy.org/event/lunafest-film-festival/e162877/register/new/select-tickets.
Funds raised through the event will provide scholarships for teen girls, ages 12-18, to attend the conference, Friday through Sunday, April 13 through 15. According to a statement from the conference, approximately 75 percent of the girls who attend the conference require a scholarship to do so. The Raven will offer drink specials and pizza for sale for the event. The trailer for this year’s film festival are available at the website www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=7&v=-71qbnKtL4c.
Senior and Caregivers Conference & Expo scheduled for March 16
Seniors, family caregivers and senior-resource providers are invited to the Senior Connection’s Senior and Caregivers Conference & Expo, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, March 16. More than 60 providers of senior and caregiver products, services and support will offer free information at the event.
Local experts will also make presentations on-the the-hour on some of the most important sensitive issues associated with being a senior and//or a caregiver.
Come for the whole day or for specific presentations of special interest. The location of the event is Liberty Traditional School, 3300 N Lake Valley Road, Prescott Valley. Admission is free.
For an event schedule or more information, visit the website www.SeniorConnection.us or call Debbie Stewart, 928-778-3747.