DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 16, 2019-
May 16, 2019
05:30PM - 08:00PM
Wine & Sunset
Join us for a special evening filled with Music, wine, art, and stunning views.
Sonoma,
Paradise Ridge Winery
Event Description

 

A Fundraising Event to Benefit the Museum of Sonoma County

Join us for a special evening filled with music, wine, art, and stunning views! Enjoy wine by the glass or bottle, paired with a beautiful Sonoma County sunset. Patio tables and chairs will be provided; picnic blankets welcome. Wine & Sunset features live music by the BluesBurners and food by Tips Tri Tip Trolle, with a wide range of delicious options, including vegetarian! We sincerely appreciate the Byck and Voigt families for supporting our Wine & Sunset fundraise  Doors open at 5:30pm; concert starts at 6:00pm. Tickets are non-refundable and 100% tax deductib

Cost:  Wine & Sunset with Exclusive Voigt Sculpture Tour:  4:30 pm-8:00pm = Members -$50  Non-Members-$55

          Wine & Sunset only 5:30pm - 8:00pm = Members $15  Non-Members- $20


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: $15.00

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

 

 

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