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The safety of participants, volunteers, cancer survivors, and staff is always our top priority. We regularly assess potential for in-person events and strictly adhere to all federal and local health department guidance including event size.

Red, White & Blue Party at Saratoga National Golf Club

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Join us for a safe & intimate Red, White & Blue Party experience!

  • Guests will have the opportunity to reserve a designated private space to celebrate
  • Food, drinks & fun will be brought to you throughout the evening
  • Live music, auctions & of course fireworks!

Pop up Parties!

Friday, August 20th & Saturday, August 21st

Host your own Red, White & Blue Pop Up Party for 2-25 people to continue the fight against cancer from your own backyard!

  • Pick a date to host (August 20th or 21st)
  • Invite your friends & family to celebrate with you
  • Order your Party Box online
  • Celebrate making a difference in the fight against cancer with the gourmet BBQ that you know and love from our Red, White & Blue Party

Follow us on social media for the most updated news on details to come!

Instagram: @americancancersocietyevent

Facebook: @americancancersocietyevents

Twitter: @ACS_CapitalReg

LinkedIn: American Cancer Society of the Capital Region

Sponsorship Opportunities

Learn more about becoming an official sponsor for this event by clicking the button below or by visiting our Sponsors page.

Past Honorees

2019 Pier Bruno
2018 Hero of Hope: NYS Trooper, Michael Anson
2018 Rising Star: Peter Gannon
2017 Hero of Hope: John Villa
2017 Rising Star: Rob Bellizzi
2016 Hero of Hope: Officer Nick Colaneri

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