Jun 03, 2012-
Jun 03, 2012
01:00PM - 04:30PM
Art of Eating: Women Who Changed the Way We Eat
A Food and Wine Benefit for the Education Programs of Audubon Canyon Ranch
Bouverie Preserve
Event Description

A food and wine benefit inspired by the writings of MFK Fisher held in the rustic chic setting of the Bouverie Preserve.  Guests will enjoy an afternoon meeting the chefs and vintners that are growing and producing food and wine sustainably. This years theme is: Women Who Changed the Way We Eat.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the education programs of the Audubon Canyon Ranch, including the school program which annually provides over 6,000 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students the opportunity to experience nature first-hand, at no cost to the schools. 

Bouverie Preserve is located at 13935 Sonoma Hwy. in Glen Ellen (across from the Sonoma Valley Regional Park.)

Fee: $125.00

Contact Information
Name: Laurie Vermont     Email:
Phone: 415-868-9244



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