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May
12
Sat
Farm to sTable Dinner @ Beaumont Farms
May 12 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Farm to sTable Dinner: May 12, 5:00-11:00 pm


Held at the beautiful Beaumont Farms, and hosted by the White Barn Project, the Giant Steps Farm to sTable Dinner highlights locally-sourced food and libations from the Sonoma Valley. We have once again partnered with Stellar Catering, a collaboration between renowned chefs Bruce Reizenman of Park Avenue Catering, and Ari Weiswasser, the Executive Chef at Glen Ellen Star. The evening features fabulous silent and live auctions, a mechanical bull, petting zoo, and much more. Beer is provided by Lagunitas Brewing Company, and libations by Sonoma Coast Spirits, with an opportunity to taste their grappa selection post-dinner, paired with Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates.

The Farm to sTable Dinner includes a variety of cash and product sponsorship opportunities with associated benefits such as event tickets, signage and other branding opportunities, social media exposure, and more. Likewise, the auction allows businesses to reach targeted audiences that match their desired demographic. We’re expecting approximately 150 guests from Sonoma, Napa, Marin, and San Francisco counties.
For additional information on how to participate, please contact Katherine Theus at 707-769-8900 or katherine@giantstepsriding.org. For more information about sponsorships, visit
https://tinyurl.com/ftsbuy. Thank you for your consideration.


Giant Steps Therapeutic Equestrian Center was founded in 1998, and is based on the belief that caring for and riding horses can be a powerful and life-changing tool for healing. Specifically, it is our mission to enrich the lives of children and adults by empowering their physical, emotional, and cognitive development through equine-assisted therapies and activities. Our clients have represented over 60 disabilities, with the most common being Autism Spectrum Disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, stroke, spinal and head injuries, and mental and emotional challenges. We also serve military members living with post-traumatic stress disorder and other visible or invisible injuries resulting from their service. Our clients range in age from four to 89, come from eight Bay Area counties, and represent all socioeconomic groups.
Our programs include traditional mounted lessons as well as targeted programs for partners such as the USO, Veterans Administrations, Project Avary (for children of incarcerated parents) and others.

Jun
28
Thu
The Magic of Adam Trent @ Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
Jun 28 @ 8:00 pm

Produced by the creative team behind The Illusionists, the world’s best-selling touring magic show, The Magic Of Adam Trent (AdamTrent.com) is an immersive entertainment extravaganza of magic, comedy and music designed to entertain the entire family. Showcasing his “futuristic” brand of magic, Trent has mesmerized live audiences around the globe, in person and as a featured guest on “America’s Got Talent,” “The Today Show,” “Ellen,” “Rachael Ray Show” and Disney Channel among countless other TV appearances. The 32-year-old also stars in his own 10-episode TV series “The Road Trick” on Red Bull TV.

Trent inaugurated the first two years of The Illusionists’ recordbreaking Broadway runs, which served as a launching pad for his own live show and tour. “I am so excited to hit the road and bring an entirely new show to audiences around the world,” says Trent, who has always thought that magic should be entertaining first, and tricky second. He doesn’t want people to remember “tricks” as much as the laughs and memories made with the performance. “This will be a show like you’ve never seen.”

Feb
9
Sat
Sebastopol Rotary’s Crab Feed @ Holy Ghost Hall
Feb 9 @ 5:00 pm

All proceeds go to the Mark Sell Teacher Grant Program, benefiting our hard-working teachers in the west county. Come enjoy the freshest crab in the county, dance to the Luv Rustlers, and do something good for your community!

Mar
1
Fri
General Volunteers in Parks Orientation – Spring Offering – FREE @ Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/Stewards Office
Mar 1 @ 9:31 pm – 10:31 pm

General Volunteers in Parks Orientation – Spring Offering – FREE

May 25, 2019, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

This FREE General Orientation covers available volunteer opportunities in the southern Russian River Sector of the Sonoma-Mendocino Coast State Parks District. Meet our program coordinators and learn about the perks of volunteering. Note: One General Orientation is REQUIRED for all new volunteers.

Instructor(s): Stewards Staff & Program Coordinators

Meets: Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center/Stewards Office, 17000 Armstrong Woods Rd, Guerneville, CA 95446

For questions or additional information please contact the Volunteer Programs Manager Kat Rawhouser at kat@stewardscr.org.

Stewards members receive a 20% discount on registration fees. Not a member? Join today!

https://www.stewardscr.org/events/general-volunteers-in-parks-orientation_2-of-3_spring-2019

Oct
18
Fri
Graton Community Fall Flower Show @ Graton, Ca
Oct 18 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Come join us in discovering the “Back Roads of Sonoma County,” the theme of this fall flower show.  Creative and beautiful floral displays will take you into the fields, forests, ocean, and rivers that we all love in Sonoma County.  A great plant sale will feature many succulents, natives, and other habitat-friendly plants, and garden art.  Antique collectibles and hand crafted novelties by many of the members will be for sale, and a raffle will feature local businesses.  A fabulous lunch will be available from 11-2 for only $10. Desserts and beverages are available all day.

Live music featuring  local musicians will be enjoyed both days. The proceeds from this event benefit the Club’s SRJC scholarship program and the building fund for restoration of our historical building.

Oct
19
Sat
Graton Community Fall Flower Show @ Graton, Ca
Oct 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Come join us in discovering the “Back Roads of Sonoma County,” the theme of this fall flower show.  Creative and beautiful floral displays will take you into the fields, forests, ocean, and rivers that we all love in Sonoma County.  A great plant sale will feature many succulents, natives, and other habitat-friendly plants, and garden art.  Antique collectibles and hand crafted novelties by many of the members will be for sale, and a raffle will feature local businesses.  A fabulous lunch will be available from 11-2 for only $10. Desserts and beverages are available all day.

Live music featuring  local musicians will be enjoyed both days. The proceeds from this event benefit the Club’s SRJC scholarship program and the building fund for restoration of our historical building.