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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Jun 20, 2009-|
Jun 20, 2009
05:30PM - 08:30AM
|Schools For Kabul Benifit and Stuubs Vineyard|
Schools for Kabul Second Annual Midsummer Party, including great food, wine, dancing and an auction. This event is a benefit for Schools for Kabul, a student-run fundraising group supporting educational development projects in Afghanistan
What: Schools for Kabul Second Annual Midsummer Party, including great food, wine, dancing and an auction. This event is a benefit for Schools for Kabul, a student-run fundraising group supporting educational development projects in Afghanistan (www.schoolsforkabul.com <http://www.schoolsforkabul.com> )
Eat/Drink/Bid: Dinner will include a spit-roasted pig and local wines from Stubbs Vineyard, Turley Wine Cellars, Messina Vineyards. The auction lots include wines, wine country homes, classes, gift certificates to great restaurants.
Music/Dancing: The Sofa Kings, a local rock band
When: June 20, 2009 5:30 p.m.
Where: Stubbs Vineyard
Directions: do not use “Mapquest,” it will direct you incorrectly.
From Novato: Take San Marin Drive west from 101, to Novato Blvd, then right and stay on that road for 5 or 6 miles till you get to a ‘T’ junction. Go right, then first left onto Hicks Valley rd. Follow that for another two miles to another ‘T’ junction. Go right on Wilson Hill road and follow it to the top of the hill then left into the driveway. Follow the olive trees toward the house.
From Petaluma: Take Western Ave from downtown Petaluma for about 2 miles then left on Chileno Valley road. Follow that road for 5.6 miles and look for our driveway on the right at the top of a long steep hill. Follow the line of olive trees to the house. A few miles outside Petaluma, Chileno Valley Road will turn off to the right – do NOT follow it; continue west and follow signs to Walker Creek Ranch.
Tickets: $60, only in advance; purchase at http://www.stubbsvineyardstore.com/shopping3/shopping/boutique2.cfm?cat_id=1 or contact Shawnan Banus, firstname.lastname@example.org, 707/326-0813. Children under 18 are free.
Other: Complimentary childcare services available. Please dress warmly, in case the fog comes in. Wear comfortable shoes: this is an outdoor event.
More re Stubbs: www.stubbsvineyard.com
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