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Reserve Your Tickets for the 2018 Festival of Trees

posted Jul 22, 2018, 11:14 AM by Suzanne Murillo
Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 15, 2018 - that is the date of the 32nd Annual Festival of Trees, the biggest fund-raising event of the year for the Orinda Woman's Club.  This year, our major beneficiaries will be the Contra Costa Crisis Center and NAMI of Contra Costa (an affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness).  

We are very excited to be able to support these wonderful organizations with a festive luncheon and fashion show at the San Ramon Marriott.  Dan Ashley, Co-Anchor of the Channel 7 News, will again be our Master of Ceremonies, and the inimitable Helen Lyall with amaze us once again with dramatic and beautiful clothing from her shop in Napa.  

In addition, we will have raffle tickets available for sale for beautiful baskets, wreaths, and trees (each valued between $200 and $500), Silent Auction items including a Wine-tasting at Trefethen Winery, a round of golf for four at Contra Costa Country Club, 100,000 Alaska Airlines mileage points, a private cooking class gifted by Chef Charles Vollmar of Epicurean Exchange Experience, and many, many more items!  

We are also offering two Destination Raffles - a 2 night stay in a view room at the Claremont Club & Spa with breakfast each day (what a great stay-cation opportunity) and a 2 night stay in a junior suite with a view of the Bellagio Fountain at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas plus a $200 dining credit.  

You may purchase tickets by mail or on-line.  If purchasing by mail, please send the completed reservation form to:
                Orinda Womans Club
                P. O. Box 533, Orinda, CA 94563
Be sure to include your meal choice, contact information, and a check.  To access the reservation form for payment by check, click on the file attached at the bottom of this page.

If making your reservations on line, all information will be gathered in the reservation form and a confirmation will be sent to you via email.  A convenience fee will be charged for on-line reservations.  To access the on-line reservation form, click on the link below.
Suzanne Murillo,
Jul 22, 2018, 11:14 AM