Sunday, August 11, 2019
Thirty years ago, a group of five volunteers gathered around a kitchen table to feed their neighbors in need. On Sunday, August 11th we will continue the tradition of feeding people in need at our new fundraising event, Our Long Table.
Food For Thought’s Our Long Table event will be held at Vine Hill House, located on the O’Connell Vineyards in Sebastopol. While overlooking hundreds of acres of world-class Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vineyards, you will enjoy refreshing summer wines, an elegant sit-down dinner, music, and a live auction.
Our goal is to raise $50,000 for Food For Thought, which will provide healthy food, nutrition education, and a congregate lunch program to 700 people living with HIV and other serious illnesses in Sonoma County.
You'll enjoy refreshing summer wines poured by
Claypool Cellars, Furthermore Wines, and Moshin Vineyards!
Music by Dgiin
Dinner menu by Michele Anna Jordan,
James Beard Award Winning Culinary Author
Sunday, August 11 • 4:30 - 8:30 PM • Vine Hill House
3601 Vine Hill Rd, Sebastopol, California 95472
$120 Individual Ticket
Parking available on site.
Sponsorship benefits include tickets to the event, reserved seating, and recognition on our website and in our print event program.
Questions about the event? Please contact Dominique Flores, Events & Stewardship Manager, at (707) 887-1647 x 126 or DominiqueF@FFTfoodbank.org.
Many thanks to our generous sponsors:
Silver Spoon Sponsors
In Memory of Mel Davis
Julie and Tom Atwood
Barbara and Gary Gerber
Butter Knife Sponsors
Edward Jones - Cara Widmer
Mark Short and Carl Ray
North Bay Bohemian
Sonoma County Gazette
Sonoma West Times & News
Bow Tie Napkin Sponsors
Lyle Mary and Warren Bullock
Elizabeth and John Cotton
Dr. J. Yusuf Erskine and David Taff
Ron and Bea Griffiths
Sarah Glade Gurney, Council Member, City of Sebastopol
Judy Henning in honor of:
Elisa Baker, Doug Gosling, and Rachel Gardner
Linda Illsley Pilates Personal Training
Eric J. Lapointe
Lou Rosenberger, Realtor
Peggy Tourje and Jane Krensky
Steve and JoAnn Wilson