Charity Event to Help Cascade Christmas: ‘The Bird Cage’

An elegant evening of fine art, wine and appetizers, “The Bird Cage” is Armando Mejorado’s 9th annual charity event, which this year will benefit the Cascade theater’s “A Cascade Christmas, A New Holiday Tradition.”

The Cascade will receive 100% of all money raised from ticket sales. The fund raisers hope they can raise as much money as they can. With all the new changes that theater company is going through, they can use the community’s help and support, they say.

Tickets are available at the Cascade Theatre Box Office (530) 243-8877.

This year’s centerpiece will be the metal work Armando has been working on — a hand-made gate with over 36 metal birds collected from many different cities, some antiques and some new. This work in progress is a larger than life bird cage that is part of Armando’s sculpture garden, which can be seen by the thousands of drivers on I-5 in north Redding.

Tickets are also available for a chance to win one of Armando’s framed Giclee prints on canvas signed and numbered.
$5 each, or 5 for $20; you do not need to be present to win.

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What: Armando Mejorado’s 9th annual charity event “The Bird Cage”
When: Saturday, Sept. 10, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m.
Where: Armando’s Home and art gallery (will receive directions when purchasing tickets).
Cost: $30

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