DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 16, 2019-
May 16, 2019
04:30PM - 08:00PM
Voigt Sculpture Tour & Wine & Sunset
Enhance your Wine & Sunset Experience and enjoy an exclusive tour of Geometric Refletions: Ten Years of Voigt Family Sculpture prior to our Wine & Sunset Event
Sonoma,
Paradise Ridge Winery
Event Description

 

A Fundraising Event to Benefit the Museum of Sonoma County

Enhance your experience and enjoy an exclusive tour of Geometric Reflections: Ten Years of Voigt Family Sculpture prior to our Wine & Sunset event. The tour will be led by Jeff Nathanson, Executive Director of the Museum of Sonoma County, and Cairenn Voigt, Chief Instigator for the Voigt Family Sculpture Foundation. The sculpture tour is limited to 30 guests. Tour guests will enjoy VIP parking and preferred seating at the Wine & Sunset event.

We are thankful to the Byck and Voigt families for supporting our Wine & Sunset fundraiser.

Sculpture tour begins at 4:30pm; Wine & Sunset begins at 5:30pm. Tickets are non-refundable and 100% tax deductible. 

No pets please. Limited parking; carpooling is highly encouraged. Picnic blankets welcome; lawn chairs discouraged. Patio tables and chairs will be provided. This is an outdoor event; please dress for the weather. No outside alcohol allowed. Food and beverage available for purchase.


 
Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Maggie Stockel     Email: mstockel@museumsc.org
Phone: 707-579-1500

 

 

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