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A Night to Remember 50th Anniversary Gala
Featuring Grammy Award Winner Michael McDonald

Thursday, October 10, 2019 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

As we celebrate our golden anniversary, we would like to stand together with you as our valued members, donors, and partners. It is our hope that you would consider joining us for A Night to Remember!

This, A Night to Remember, Golden Gala, will directly benefit the work of the Regional Parks Foundation as we support the East Bay Regional Park District’s parks and programs. This is a continued investment in our work of Protecting Parks, Connecting People!

The event will be held on Thursday, October 10, 2019, at Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery in Pleasanton. The celebration will bring us back to our founding in 1969, where guests are invited to wear their best 60’s apparel (or cocktail attire), as we cherish our past and plan for our future. Guests participate in a fine dining experience with Beets Hospitality, awards ceremony for park champions, and finally a premium concert with Grammy-Award Winning musician, Michael McDonald!

We hope we can count on your support. General tickets on sale beginning May 1, 2019.



Location: Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery
410 Vineyard Ave
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Fees: 250.00
Contact: Juliana Schirmer 510-544-2212
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  • I just enjoy being out with my family and dog; it's so peaceful and beautiful. You're having fun even if it’s wet and muddy. I’m like a little kid out there. – Gary Savell, Army Veteran Member

  • Our kids benefit tremendously from being outside of their community and venturing into nature, even though it’s just 15 minutes away. – Jennifer Pennybacker, Fifth-grade Teacher