ROCK’in the Vineyard - THE PRODUCERS feat. Paul Brown & Darren Rahn - Benefit for FEAT (Families for Early Autism Treatment)
Saturday, June 16, 2012
10120 Shenandoah Road
Plymouth, CA 95669
ROCK’in the Vineyard is a benefit concert event featuring a double headlining concert with the innovative artist/guitarist Steve Oliver also featuring the superstar producers of superstars-guitarist Paul Brown & saxophonist Darren Rahn on tour together as -The Producers-. In addition there will be two opening artists. Keyboardist Tony Windle and keyboardist Cecil Ramirez.
You will enjoy exceptional live entertainment, wine-tasting with the award winning Young’s Vineyard wines and eat delicious gourmet food.
Tickets go on sale March 1st, 2012! The tickets will be available on the new up & coming ROCK'in the Vineyard website and your ticket purchase is tax deductible for this non-profit event.
ROCK’in the Vineyard will be held at Young’s Vineyard, known for award winning wines & their gorgeous artwork,the Young's beautiful petite lake, stunning gardens and extremely comfortable atmosphere. The winery, a scenic easy 45-55 minute drive from Sacramento, is located at 10120 Shenandoah Road in Plymouth, CA (approximately 30 minutes off US-50 and the Latrobe Road exit in El Dorado Hills). www.youngsvineyards.com.
Saturday, June 16th, 2012. Gates open at 3:00pm.
To have a great time...YES! But, to raise money & awareness for the highly respected Northern California organization that directly helps families in our area-Families for Early Autism Treatment (F.E.A.T.)
100% of the proceeds go to F.E.A.T.
FEAT along with Lynda Clayton Productions are presenting ROCK'in the Vineyard thanks to Young's Vineyard for donating their property for this very important cause. Founded in 1993, FEAT is a non-profit, all volunteer-driven organization of parents, family members and treatment professionals dedicated to helping families with children of all ages who have Autism. These services are directly for families within our GREATER Sacramento area and surrounding areas. FEAT serves the Autism community with education, advocacy and support services needed in each of our communities throughout Northern California.
FEAT educates families about best-outcome treatment and increases public awareness by providing information about Autism prevalence, incidence and variance. FEAT advocates for children with Autism while training their parents to become their most informed and effective advocate. FEAT provides resource groups, therapy and social activities for children with Autism and their families, as well as young adults who are living with Autism. For more information and to make donations, visit www.feat.org.
June 16, 2012