Denim & Diamonds Gala | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Denim & Diamonds Gala

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Friday, Aug. 6, 2021

6 to 11 p.m.

Mellwood Art Center
1860 Mellwood Ave.
Louisville, Kentucky

It’s time to break out your denim and bling for this year’s Denim & Diamonds Gala. Your participation will benefit Parkinson’s disease support programs and services at the Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center through the Norton Healthcare Foundation.

This Kentucky-themed event will feature signature appetizers and main courses by Louisville’s finest chefs, live music, tasting tables, specialty cocktails, a photo booth and live and silent auctions.

Purchase Your Tickets

Tickets are now on sale. Individual tickets to the Denim & Diamonds Gala are $200. A table/socially distanced section for 10 may be purchased for $2,000.

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Combining Resources to Improve Parkinson’s Support in Our Community

In September 2020, Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana joined forces with Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center. The combination will maximize resources, provide continuous innovation in support of Parkinson’s patients and offer sustainability for existing programs.

With your support, programs for Parkinson’s patients will remain free and open to the community, regardless of hospital affiliation, through Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Presenting Sponsor

Barbara Nichols

Cocktail Reception Sponsor

Diamond Sponsor

Tom Musselman Foundation

Event Planner

Sponsorship Opportunities

By contributing to this event as a sponsor, you help raise funds that go directly to support the thousands of patients living with Parkinson’s disease in Greater Louisville. For sponsorship information, email erika.branch@nortonhealthcare.org.

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