A host of celebrity guests will be out-and-about in Newport Beach on June 11 for An Evening For Autism.

Ali Landry, Karina Smirnoff, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Elisabeth Rohm, Adrienne Maloof-Nassif, Camille Grammar, Max Ryan, Tinsel Korey and Brandi Glanville are just some of the well known faces scheduled to attend the event.

This tropical-themed event celebrates its 3rd year. This first-class, fully-catered event will include four live bands (“Arrest My Sister” rock performance by Scott Siegel, a Steel Drum band, a Pan Jive Band and a Rockin House Party Band), a golf putting green, pool tables, pinball machines, video games, valet parking, red-carpet entrance, and eight beverage bars including a margarita bar, martini bar, mojito bar, wine bar, beer bar and coffee bar as well as a silent and live auction featuring numerous gifts, trips and unique memorabilia such as autographed musical instruments, sports memorabilia, yacht trips and golf experiences.

More than 600 people from across the Southland are expected to attend this VIP event scheduled for June 11, 2011 at 6pm. Hosted by Orange County real estate entrepreneur Barry Saywitz, along with US Bank(Platinum sponsor) and PowerDirect (Diamond sponsor), this event will benefit the following charities: ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today), Autism Society of America (ASA), Easter Seals Southern California and Talk About Curing Autism (TACA). In addition, proceeds from the event will benefit Newport Mesa School District’s Autism Programs.

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