RVNAhealth is holding its annual Autumn Dinner on Saturday, September 25 at The Amber Room Colonnade in Danbury.
Suzanne and Shane Casey, of Casey Energy, are this year’s Event Chairs and invite neighbors to join cocktails, live music by Nick DePuy, Bourbon tasting sponsored by Ancona’s Wines & Liquors, farm-to-table fare, and live auction all in support of RVNAhealth.
RVNAhealth also celebrates its recent merger with the Bethel Visiting Nurse Association and New Milford Visiting Nurse & Hospice. Together, they create a strong, dynamic healthcare organization, dedicated to the growing needs of patients and communities throughout Connecticut.
Adam Broderick, owner of Adam Broderick Salon and Spa in Ridgefield and Southbury, will be the evening’s impact speaker. As a longtime business owner in the community, Broderick knew of RVNAhealth and began using some of the organization’s services ten years ago. It wasn’t until this past year, though, that he truly understood the full breadth of services and the benefits of RVNAhealth’s seamless Continuum of Care.
If you are interested in supporting the Autumn Dinner, you may purchase sponsorships or tickets online or request an invitation be sent to you via email.
Autumn Dinner Health & Safety Policies
As a healthcare organization, RVNAhealth is committed to ensuring the health and safety of its Autumn Dinner guests while guaranteeing an enjoyable evening. For this reason, there will be health and safety policies in place for this year’s Autumn Dinner. These guidelines were developed following the guidance of the CDC and the recommendations of RVNAhealth’s clinical team leads.
~ Upon arrival, all guests must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination* or a negative COVID-19 test result within 72-hours of event day. Guests who require a COVID-19 test may choose to do so at RVNAhealth’s Ridgefield office located at 27 Governor Street on Wednesday, September 22 or Thursday, September 23. Please CLICK HERE to make an appointment.
~ While guests are not required to wear masks outdoors, attendees must wear their masks into The Amber Room until they are seated at their table. Once seated, guests may remove their masks.
~ Tables, which normally accommodate ten guests, will be set for eight unless otherwise instructed by the table host.
~ Tables will also be spaced 6 feet apart within the ballroom to ensure adequate social distancing.