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 For more information about sponsorships, visit 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.