Juvenile arthritis will receive the biggest nationally televised awareness push it has ever seen when actress Teri Hatcher competes on Food Network’s award-winning cooking competition show Chopped to benefit the Juvenile Arthritis Association.
JAA kids, their families, celebrity guests and invited members of the media will be transported into a delicious and magical Candyland, complete with tasty treats, gourmet sweets, face painting, a Sweet Suite theme photo booth, cirque performers, cookie decorating, a candy necklace making station, balloon art, colored tinsel hair extensions, a visit from Candyland characters and much more! Guests will also be treated to very special live musical performances, an awesome dance party and celebrity DJs!
Even celebrities do spring cleaning—especially when it’s for a good cause! Join host Teri Hatcher at the The ultimate shopping, dining and entertainment destination, The Americana at Brand, for a yard sale like no other.
At the aptly named restaurant First & Hope, actress Teri Hatcher and Pulitzer-nominated playwright Jon Robin Baitz hosted a benefit dinner for JAA, followed by the West Coast opening night of Baitz’ Tony Award-nominated play Other Desert Cities at The Mark Taper Forum