The 2019-20 Festival of Parties
Let's Play, So They Can Play!
Festival of Parties is a year-round array of events with something for everyone, from private recitals with guest artists and stimulating lectures, to game parties and special dining opportunities. Each party is designed to entertain, delight, and educate. Proceeds are presented to the Santa Rosa Symphony Institute for Music Education to support the youth of Sonoma County. Each year our programs help enrich the lives of 30,000 children.
You can make reservations and pay online by clicking on the Learn More/Buy Tickets link under each event. Or send in your order form by mail. Download and print the form here. League Members get a discount on Festival of Party events. Learn more about joining the League.
The Internal Revenue Code limits the amount of tax deductible contributions to the excess of the amount of any money or property contributed by the donor over the value of the goods or services received. Suggested tax deductible amounts are listed with registration information.
Youth Music Photos provided by Susan and Neil Silverman Photography.
Jennifer Webley Welcomes Us to the Hattery [This event has been postponed]
If you love hats or are still looking for the perfect hat to flatter your pretty head, this is an event for you! Jennifer Webley, the owner of The Hattery of Sonoma County, will give us a tour of her factory and museum, introduce us to the variety of hats she creates (Fascinators, Take Me to the Derby hats, Cloches, Fedoras, Boaters, and more) and teach us how to make our own Easter bonnet with flourishes of ribbons, feathers, and flowers.
If you have any personal ornaments—fabrics, brooches, trinkets—you’d like to incorporate into your hat, please bring them.
Price includes tour, materials for creating your own personal hat, and a delicious lunch.
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Sunday, March 22, 2020
11 – 2 P.M.
$100, $90 members
The Hattery of Sonoma County
1240 Petaluma Hill Road, Santa Rosa
Piano and Two Woodwinds -May 17, 2020 -- Postponed indefinitely.
Join three principal Santa Rosa Symphony musicians: Laura Reynolds, oboe; Carla Wilson, bassoon; and Kymry Esainko, piano, for an afternoon of music at a lovely Healdsburg home. Explore the personalities of the oboe and bassoon through rich, dramatic and whimsical pieces by iconic composer Francis Poulenc and more contemporary Madeline Dring, Libby Larson, Alyssa Morris, and John Reager. Wine and light appetizers will be served at intermission.
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Sunday, May 17, 2020
2 – 4 P.M.
$45, $40 members
Location provided with ticket purchase.