Scottsdale plastic surgeon to host paint party for kids cancer charity

A paint party will be held 6:30-8:30 p.m., Feb. 12 at Carrie Curan Art Studios, 8300 N. Hayden, Ste. A100, to benefit Southwest Kids’ Cancer Foundation. (Submitted photo)

Scottsdale’s aesthetic plastic surgeon/artist Dr. Andrew M. Wolin is hosting a Valentine’s Day benefit to send the children to summer camp.

The benefit will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12 at Carrie Curran Studios, 8300 N. Hayden Road, Suite A100, according to a press release detailing the Southwest Kids’ Cancer Foundation charity created to preserve and advance Arizona Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks programs for pediatric cancer patients, survivors and their siblings.

The release noted that Arizona Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks programs improve the quality of life to more than 200 children affected by pediatric cancer each year. For 30 years, Arizona Camp Sunrise and Sidekicks has provided exciting, medically staffed, year-round programs for families who have been affected by childhood cancer.

“I am really looking forward to a wonderful interactive evening of beauty and artistry while supporting the Southwest Kids’ Cancer Foundation,” said Dr. Wolin in a prepared statement.

Participants at the fund raiser can enjoy painting, wine, refreshments and conversation while creating a Valentine’s Day keepsake alongside Dr. Wolin, who will answer questions about beauty trends including fat transfers, skin care and facial and body procedures, the release said.

The step-by-step painting class will be taught by Carrie Curran. Participants can create up to three small canvas paintings from their own original ideas inspired by love or choose one of many heart paintings of Ms. Curran’s as inspiration, added the release.

For more information on Southwest Kids’ Cancer Foundation, visit: swkidscancerfoundation.org; or call 480-382-8564.

Fee. Registration is required. To attend: carriecurranart.com.

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