Tickets on sale for April 23 benefit for Project Turnaround

Project Turnaround invites the community to its first annual Spring Concert and Gala, starring guitarist Peter Sprague. The gala begins at 6 p.m. April 23 at the St. James Community Hall, 625 South Nardo Ave., Solana Beach.

The event will include a cocktail hour at 6 p.m., a concert with Sprague at 7 p.m. and dinner prepared by Chef Tony Petroulias at 8 p.m. A choice of a filet mignon or vegetarian dinner will be served, along with a variety of desserts and drinks. Prizes, such as 32-inch LCD HD television, an iPhone, and an 8 GB iPad will be given away at an opportunity drawing.

Project Turnaround is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with developmental challenges by providing hands-on experiences that awaken potential and skills. The deadline to reserve dinner tickets at $30 is April 15. Concert tickets without dinner are $10. To make reservations and get more information, call (858) 350-6002 or visit project-turnaround.org.

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