“We are all tired of zoom, but a short session with an unbelievable speaker is a bucket list item.”
How is your emotional well-being? Imagine 15-20 minutes from Bob Anderson on 4 specific skills to help you and/or your loved ones.
Bob holds a Master’s in Education, Administration, Planning and Social Policy from The Graduate School of Education at HARVARD. He’s a combat veteran as well as former high school Dean of Students, adventure racer and father of two.
According to Arik Housley, Alaina’s father, “Bob has been and continues to be one of the most inspirational speakers ever.”
A concert by Michael Franti & Spearhead on Oct. 13 at the Napa Valley Opera House to benefit Alaina’s Voice Foundation.
The performance is being presented by BottleRock Presents, and tickets are available at bottlerocknapavalley.com. Special guest Devon Gilfillian opens the show.
For general admission, doors open at 6 p.m., for the 7 p.m. show. The VIP Experience with Franti begins at 5 p.m. (doors open at 4 p.m.) and includes a pre-concert, family-style dinner, acoustic performance, meet and greet, complimentary wine, beer and cocktails, and VIP/balcony access to the show.
Alaina Housley was a victim of the mass shooting at Borderline Bar in Thousand Oaks. The Vintage High School graduate had gone to Pepperdine University in the fall of 2018 where she was a freshmen regent scholar and a member of the Mock Trial Team. She was planning to go to the Florence, Italy study abroad program for her sophomore year.
“Alaina’s Voice Foundation was created not to immortalize her, as she will live forever in our hearts,” said Arik Housley, Alaina’s father. “We created this foundation to make a change in our society.”