A Starry Night
New Tulsa-based nonprofit the Attic Conversations Yoga Foundation presented its inaugural fundraiser on Aug. 2
Founder Sarah Rachel Thomas, Event Chairwoman Sarah Doll, Dana Morris, Melissa Smith, Ana Berry, Kendra Guthrie, Mandy Eubanks, Gina Anzaldua, Megan Spears and Rachel Calvert
Sarah Allen and Trent Brown
New Tulsa-based nonprofit the Attic Conversations Yoga Foundation presented its inaugural fundraiser, “A Starry Night: Turning Scars into Stars,” on Aug. 2 at the Pearl District Building, 1209 E. Third St.
Attic Conversations provides yoga programs to individuals who have experienced trauma in their lives as a result of poverty, neglect, abuse addiction and/or exposure to violence.
A Starry Night raised $21,000 to continue the foundation’s current programming and expand services, including development of a 2019 summer yoga and mindfulness camp for under-resourced adolescent girls and purchasing student materials, including mats and props, as well as sweatpants for female clients who are incarcerated.
Musical guests included Stephanie Oliver and Paul Benjaman, pictured.
Chef Barry Jarvis provided a farm-to-table meal. Beer, wine and dessert were provided by Vintage Wine Bar, Prairie Brew Pub, Marshall Brewing Co. and Rose Rock Microcreamery.
In addition to food, patrons enjoyed a silent auction and art.
Jarvis, center, and team prepared the meal.