On Thursday, April 27, the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI) will host its annual “Night Visions,” a fundraiser to support of CVI’s programs, which serve people of all ages impacted by vision loss in metro Atlanta and throughout Georgia. The event will be held at The Stave at American Spirit Works at 199 Armour Drive from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The upscale circus-themed evening will feature carnival-inspired cuisine, wine and beer, silent and live auctions and a “Flip-for-a-Trip” game to win airline tickets. Guests will enjoy roving entertainment from a merry crew including a fortuneteller, a juggler, a banjo player and a stilt walker – complete with a six-foot white cane. Attendees can try their hand at carnival games with the unique mission twist of wearing blindfolds or simulation goggles. Games will include bucket toss, giant Jenga, a putting green and an obstacle course. Funds raised at Night Visions empower people impacted by vision loss to live with independence and dignity. CVI is the only nonprofit organization in Georgia that provides vision rehabilitation services and support to people of all ages and with all degrees of vision loss – from low vision to total blindness. At CVI, services are never based on a client’s ability to pay. As such, funds raised at Night Visions are crucial to ensure that CVI can help all those in need.