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A Night of Great Sax

Laugh With Our Host, Debra Wilson, comedian on MADtv and a Create Now mentor while you help the most troubled kids in our community through the healing power of arts mentoring on Sunday, October 12th, as we get together to celebrate some of the finest jazz in the Los Angeles area, performed by nine-time Grammy Nominated Saxophonist, Dave Koz, and contemporary jazz saxophonist Michael Lington.

Come party with us at a very unique and stylish architectural and design firm located at 500 S. Raymond Avenue in Pasadena. Kids are welcome (as long as they're quiet during the concert).

Tickets are just $75 each; $100 for two -- and your purchase is tax-deductible. Premiere Reserved Seating closer to the stage is also available for $125 each, or $225 for two.

Space is limited and tickets will go fast, so click here for more details and to BUY TICKETS NOW.

Create Now is proud to be a participant in the 2014 Annenberg Alchemy+ program.

Join us at Worldwide Art Los Angeles on October 16-19th at the Convention Center and enjoy an international fine art show. 50% of all proceeds on Friday will go to Create Now's visual arts programs! Click here to learn more:


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FREE FOOD AND DRINKS and parking, too! Your ticket price includes delicious wine by Club W, beer, and vodka cocktails from Demidoff, with scrumptious hors d'oeuvres. Meet our youth and bid on fabulous items and services at our silent auction. DJ Ravi of "Mixed Reactions" will spin the sounds.

What: Food - Wine - Beer - Vodka
Fabulous Entertainment -
Silent Auction - Inspiration -
Awesome People - and FUN!

When: Sunday, October 12th
5:00 to 8:30 pm

Where: Stylish Architectural Firm:
500 S. Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105

Tickets: $75 for one, $100 for two;
Premiere Reserved Seats are
also available for $125.

Create Now is honored to have been selected as a 2013 Top-Rated Education Nonprofit by Guidestar and Great Nonprofits.

LA County Arts Council LogoCreate Now is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.