Night of a Thousand Stars 2010

Night of a Thousand Stars is Nebraska AIDS Projects’ premier special event. It brings together individuals from all walks of life in support of the important work of the Nebraska AIDS Project.

This year wecelebrate the18th annual Night of a Thousand Stars, to be held Saturday,November 20 at 8 p.m. at the Joslyn Art Museum. This Gala event is the culmination of more than 50 host parties held at the homes of Nebraska AIDS Project supporters throughout Nebraska and southwest Iowa. At the conclusion of these wonderful gatherings more than 1,000 guests will assemble at Joslyn Art Museum to continue the festivities. This event promises a festive evening filled with excitement and glamour. Hors d’oeuvres will be served, cash bar available and entertainment will be provided by the band Session 7, back by popular demand. A silent auction featuring local artists will be featured.

Nebraska AIDS Project was founded in 1984 and serves all of Nebraska, Eastern Wyoming and Southwest Iowa. As Nebraska’s only community based AIDS service organization, our work is vital. With more than 25 years’ experience in HIV prevention and support services, Nebraska AIDS Project is recognized as a leader in the fight against HIV and AIDS in the Midwest. All funds from this event will allow Nebraska AIDS Project to continue this vital work and life- saving support for the hundreds of men, women and children affected by HIV and AIDS as well as providing HIV/STD testing and education.

To purchase tickets online, click the REGISTER link on the top right of the page.

Date: Nov. 20, 2010
Location: Joslyn Art Museum
Time: 8:00pm to Midnight

Cost: $50.00

If you are interested in hosting a Stars Party please contact Kyle Baun at 402.552.9260 ext 122, or send an e-mail to kyleb@nap.org

If you are interested in Sponsorship Opportunities please contact JJ Replogle at 402.552.9260 x116, or send an e-mail to jjr@nap.org

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Nebraska AIDS Project leads the community in the fight to overcome HIV/AIDS and its stigma through education, supportive services and advocacy.