Plans for July 4th? Check out the Food Samaritans' “IndepenDANCE Day Party”

Photo: Laura Goldenberger Photography

Food Samaritans (AAP) will host a dazzling IndepenDANCE Day party and fundraiser on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at the historic O’Donnell House, perched high on the mountainside above the Palm Springs Art Museum, at 412 W. Tahquitz Canyon Way in downtown Palm Springs. The event begins at 7:30 pm, and the City of Palm Springs’ fireworks display will commence at approximately 9:15 pm.

DJ Baz will play a range of upbeat dance songs (some with a patriotic twist) and guests will be treated to a good ole” 4th of July Barbecue with burgers, grilled chicken, and more. Tickets for this event are $150, which includes an open bar, barbecue, entertainment, and valet parking.

Photo: Laura Goldenberger Photography

“This is our seventh year offering this unique and fun-filled way to observe our nation’s birthday,” said Mark Anton, CEO and Executive Director of AAP – Food Samaritans. “This year we decided to step it up a notch by adding dancing. We are thrilled that DJ Baz will be with us this year. Once again, we are extremely grateful for the generosity of Dr. Tracy Conrad and Dr. Paul Marut for allowing us to hold this fundraiser and fireworks viewing party from this amazing location.”

Completed in 1925, the O’Donnell House served as the winter home of oilman Thomas O’Donnell and his wife, Dr. Winnifred Willis Jenny, a well-known Long Beach osteopath. The two-story Mediterranean Revival-Monterey residence remained the highest mountainside home in Palm Springs until the 1960s. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.

Tickets for the IndepenDANCE Day Party may be purchased by calling 760-325-8481 or at www.aapfoodsamaritans.org.

ABOUT AAP – FOOD SAMARITANS

Now in its 26th year of service to the community, AIDS Assistance Program of Palm Springs remains dedicated to providing nutritional support to improve the quality of the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. Initiated by a small group of concerned citizens led by the late Gloria Greene and Jeannette Rockefeller, AAP provides nutritional support to members of the community with low incomes. For more information, please call 760-325-8481 or visit www.aapfoodsamaritans.org.
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