When it comes to raising money and awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association, perhaps no day is more significant that The Longest Day, which occurs every June in conjunction with the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. The day, marked by people across the nation, is centered around finding creative, fun ways to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s research.
Last year, The Longest Day event raised over $7,000 at The Barrington. This year, June 21 will be a day of love, awareness and dueling pianos.
“Together with our Glee Club, we’ve put together a day of awareness and fundraising that will raise money for this cause that’s so close to all our hearts,” said Executive Director Jesse Sias. “We’re all excited for the culmination of the day – a dueling pianos cocktail party!”
Read more about this in The Times.