Art Show & Fundraiser for Bryan Stow 5/14/11


On May 14 and May 15, Scotts Valley will play host to family-friendly events to benefit the Bryan Stow Fund, a special needs trust set up to assist the Stow family. Bryan Stow, the 42-year-old father of two, was attacked in a parking lot at the Dodger Stadium, while leaving the Giants-Dodger’s game; the March 31 assault has left him in a coma.

On Saturday, May 14 from 1:00-4:00p.m., the Kings Village Shopping Center will be transformed into a kid inspired play land. There will be live performances, an obstacle course, a bouncy house, face painting, an Art Show at Drawn2Art/KidsArt and more for kids of all ages.

American Medical Response (AMR) will be there with an ambulance and invites families to stop by and take an-up close look. Various vendors will setup booths with merchandise, jewelry, food, “For Stow” t-shirts and more. At 3 p.m. a hosted live auction & raffle will take place with prizes from many local businesses and organizations.

On Sunday, May 15 the Scotts Valley Grand Prix Returns is being held at Canepa Design, located at 4900 Scotts Valley Drive, from 1:00-9:00 p.m. Mark Davis, CEO of Syzygy Sports Group has put together a whole day of fun for the family. There will be bike races and Drawn2Art activities for the kids, a raffle, vendors, a food court, race announcers, DJ’s, a podium presentation stage and a children’s play area that will include a bouncy house, climbing wall and more.

Bring the whole family for a community weekend full of fun activities, entertainment and for the opportunity to contribute to a very worthy cause for one of Scotts Valley’s own!

These events are being organized by Drawn2Art Director, Rachael Cartwright, in conjunction with the Kings Village Shopping Center Businesses, Mark Davis the CEO of Syzygy Sports Group, and Monies raised from these fundraisers will be donated to help defray rising medical costs and support Bryan and his family. For more information, please contact Rachel at 831-439-9233.

We would also like to say thank you to all the businesses that have given donations to the live auction and raffle and to those who have made these events and other fundraisers possible.

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