The 32nd annual “Vintage Affaire” benefit for the Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is scheduled 4 p.m. June 21 at 880 Runnymede Road, Woodside.
Co-founded by Los Altos Hills resident Mona Armistead, the event will feature silent and live auctions and wine tasting, with wines from more than 20 vintners of hard-to-find California vintages, first-growth French Bordeaux and emerging vineyards from Australia. Chefs will prepare the gourmet appetizers and dinner.
Over the years, “Vintage Affaire” has raised more than $8.4 million, enabling the Vista Center to offer its clients programs and services that promote independence and improve their quality of life.
Founded in 1936, the Vista Center is the only agency in Santa Clara, San Mateo, San Benito and Santa Cruz counties that provides comprehensive services to blind and visually impaired clients and their families.
Two ticket packages are available: Guest Level ($300) and Patron Level ($500). Guest Level tickets include the silent and live auctions, wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and dinner. Patron Level includes the above as well as an invitation to “Vintage Evening” June 19.
For tickets and more information, visit vintageaffaire.org.