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Hope Flies Health Series
Actress and author Holly Robinson Peete -- an advocate
for Autism and Parkinson’s disease -- will be the keynote speaker at the first
annual Hope Flies Health Series presented by the Foundation for Mitochondrial
Medicine. The event will feature a talk by Ms.
Robinson Peete about her personal journey with her father’s Parkinson’s and her
son’s Autism, followed by an expert clinical panel with speakers from the Mayo
Clinic, Harvard Medical School, Medical
Neurogenetics Lab and Georgia State University addressing Autism, Parkinson’s
and mitochondrial disease and the connection between the three diseases. Individual
tickets to the event are $50; VIP tickets are $125 and include a copy of the
book - “My Brother Charlie” co-authored by Ms. Robinson Peete and her daughter
Ryan Elizabeth Peete -- and a private post-event champagne desert reception with
Ms. Robinson Peete at 9 pm.
|Where||Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta 75 14th St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Moms, Dads|
|Price||$50 general admission; $125 for VIP admission including Holly's book and private reception with Holly|
More About Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta
This luxury hotel, located on the first 19 floors of a 50-story office tower, has 244 rooms, from modest 450-square-foot dwellings to a 2,200-square-foot Presidential Suite. The grand staircase in the classic marble lobby leads up to the third-floor Park 75 restaurant, lounge and terrace. The dining room and bar overlook the lobby's three-story atrium. Four Seasons also offers guests fitness facilities and a pool, a full spa and 24-hour concierge services. Check-in begins at 3 p.m. and check-out is at noon, although earlier and later times are possible with advance notice. WiFi is available in rooms at $8/day for a basic connection and $13/day for a high-speed connection. Computers with Internet access are also available in a business center off the lobby.