August 15

An Evening with Navy SEAL Senior Chief Rob O’Neill

Hearts for Heroes will host an evening with Navy SEAL Senior Chief Rob O’Neill on Saturday, August 15th, 7:00 pm at the Marietta Performing Arts Center at Marietta High School, 1171 Whitlock Ave., Marietta, 30064.

Rob ONeillRob was Team Leader of “SEAL Team 6” on the raid when they caught Osama Ben Laden. He is also one of the most highly-decorated combat veterans (i.e., 2 “Silver Stars” and 4 “Bronze Stars with Valor”) alive, with over 400 combat  missions across 4 theaters of war! In addition, he was recently chosen as a “FOX NEWS Military Contributor”. His talk will be on: “Never Quit: The Story of a Life Built on Successful Missions”.

Tickets are $45 for General Admission; $35 – Active Military/Veteran General Admission. VIP Admission and After Party Tickets: $145; Active Military/Veteran VIP Admission and After Party  $100.

The After Party will be held at the Hilton/Marietta Convention Center with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. This will also be an exclusive Meet & Greet with Navy SEAL Senior Chief Rob O’Neill

Tickets may be ordered at www.HeartsForHeroesInc.org! (All net proceeds support select military and Veteran organizations, and their families, in Georgia)

 

 

 

Martinis & Music night- August 15, 2014!

artworkFriday Night, August 15,  from 5:30 – 8:30 pm

Join us in the museum galleries on Friday, August 15, 2014 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. for live music, a cash bar, and light hors d’oeuvres. During the event, Metro Montage XIV and Duncan and Walkowtiz: Modernists of Movement and Line will be on exhibit. Live music performed by Keltic Kudzu. Free for MCMA Members. $10 General Admission.  Live music performed by Keltic Kudzu.

“Formed at the turn of the 21st Century, Keltic Kudzu is a straight up Celtic/Southern fusion band. We use our traditional acoustic instruments to generate all the energy and fun of your typical full-blown Celtic rock band without the deafening volume and studded leather vests! Four part harmony, dueling fiddles, guitar, mando, bouzouki, whistle and bagpipes join forces to wipe out stress and put a smile on your face.”