Have a Heart for Dementia

Join THE RIFF TIDESplaying music from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s

at Secret Island Restaurant Outer Banks for a Valentines Day Party Sunday February 10th
From 5-8pm

The Riff Tides perform 1950s Rock and Roll music including such classics as Blueberry Hill, Diana and Rock Around the Clock.

Proceeds to benefit
GEM DAY SERVICES, INC. a community based non-profit supporting Families living with dementia

For more information please call:
Gail E. Sonnesso, MS, QDCS
AFA Excellence in Care Specialist

Secret Island Restaurant Outer Banks
Restaurant in Kill Devil Hills, NC
If your relationship with the Outer Banks extends back more than a couple of years, you’ve almost certainly heard of Port ‘O Call. Born of a dream to bring fine dining to the beach, it was one of the area’s best-loved restaurants for more than 40 years. It became the go-to spot for a night out, not just for its excellent food, but its dependable entertainment too. Having played host to many thousand shows, the Gaslight Saloon at Port ‘O Call was long the standard for Outer Banks nightlife. The venue’s legendary tenure came to a close in 2016, but its rich tradition lives on through the newly established Secret Island Restaurant & Entertainment.
Located at milepost 8.5 in Kill Devil Hills, Secret Island brings new life to a classic space. The restaurant’s original Victorian furnishings – its elegant chandeliers, stained glass doors and intricate ornamental trim – accent its otherwise casual interior. The first floor sprawls nonchalantly from pool room to dining room to saloon, ultimately offering itself up to the palatial stage upon which decades of artists have spiritedly performed. A spiral staircase rises above it, delivering showgoers to a balcony which spans the perimeter of the venue and provides a more passive vantage point.

Gail E. Sonnesso, MS
Geriatric Care Manager
Engagement Leader
Gentle Expert Memorycare