The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar presents its 8th Annual “Sunday in the Vineyard” fundraiser on Sunday, October 23, 2016 from 1:30 p.m. – 5 p.m. featuring more than 80 wines from boutique wineries spanning the globe. The event will be held alongside a collection of rare automobiles at the Marconi Automotive Museum in Tustin. This year’s fundraiser will benefit the Marconi Foundation for Kids and Plasticos Foundation, and will include a sampling of passed hors d’oeuvres by The Winery’s Executive Chef and Partner, Yvon Goetz, along with live and silent auctions. During the event, guests will also enjoy a fashion expo by Saks Fifth Avenue.
The public may choose from one of two ticket options:
Individual Admission for $150 per guest; includes:
* Commemorative tasting glass
* Opportunity to sample over 75 exquisite wines
* Delicious tray-passed appetizers
* Enjoy a fashion expo by Saks Fifth Avenue
* Saks Fifth Avenue swag bag
Exclusive VIP Table for 10 for $3,000 (limited availability); includes Individual Admission benefits plus:
* Special wine service to your table
* Personalized hor d’ourves and desserts with table side service
* Company Logo Promotion
* Enjoy a fashion expo by Saks Fifth Avenue with front row seating
* Commemorative tasting glass
* Biospa gift bag & Saks Fifth Avenue swag bag
Tickets for “Sunday in the Vineyard” are limited and a portion of each ticket is tax-deductible. Space is limited and tickets must be purchased in advance by calling the Marconi Foundation for Kids at 714.258.3001 or visiting www.MarconiMuseum.org.
The Marconi Foundation for Kids was started by Marconi Automotive Museum Founder Dick Marconi in 1994. Marconi's philosophy, passed down from his father is simple yet defining: Learn, Earn and Return. LEARN through a higher education, EARN through hard work and perseverance, RETURN to others in need.
The Marconi Foundation for Kids is committed to giving a large percentage of the net proceeds, generated from Special Events and Individual and Group Tours to local children's charities. Through the many corporate and individual client partnerships, the Marconi Foundation for Kids will continue to strive toward the goal of raising $1,000,000-a-year for at-risk youth. The Marconi Foundation for Kids is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization. For more information, visit http://www.MarconiMuseum.org/.
Providing reconstructive plastic surgical training and care to those in need, regardless of their ability to pay, and to advance the field of Plastic Surgery through education and research.
The Plasticos Foundation strives to be an enduring philanthropic plastic surgical organization based on humanitarian goals and values intrinsic to our mission. Through this Humanitarian Mission, we want to help children and improve their lives through our services, which include direct patient care, education, research and the advancement of plastic surgery. This will be made possible by the help, generosity and fund-raising activities of those who share this vision. For more information, visit http://www.theplasticosfoundation.org/.