Pacific Symphony League Hosts BARBEQUE AND BRAHMS Today
"Barbeque and Brahms" is being hosted by the Pacific Symphony League (Pacific Symphony's largest support group). The event takes place at the exclusive, sprawling 20-acre Scotts Ranch in Thermal (near Palm Springs), Calif., owned by Symphony supporter and League member Gwen Williams, today, November 2, 2013.
The League is throwing a spectacular Western-style barbeque and inviting the public to attend! In addition to a delicious lunch and entertainment (live music), guests are invited to take guided tours of the estate's expansive gardens, equestrian facilities and a veritable menagerie of exotic animals including turtles, a fully plumed ostrich, pure-bred horses, ponies and a plethora of wild birds that flock to the ranch's fountain-fed lagoon. All of this sits beside distant waving fields of alfalfa and towering date palms that can be explored on foot or riding in the comfort of a golf cart. Also, get a sneak peek at the latest in fall designs during a fashion show by Chico's, featuring apparel and accessories; and view a brilliant collection of original paintings by world-renowned artist, "Merrill," known for his naturalist style of high-desert imagery.
The event is set for today, Nov. 2 (RSVP by Friday, Oct. 25, to Jennifer Greenwalt at jgreenwalt@PacificSymphony.org; (714) 876-2374); departure by motor coach from Antonello Ristorante at 9:30 a.m. (returning at 7:30 p.m.). The cost is $125, per person.
The League's proceeds benefit Pacific Symphony's many artistic and education programs!