Earth and Vine

Earth & Vine is our annual fundraiser auction that supports the specialty programs that make our public school unique.​  Join us for a night filled with great food, music and community! 

Event Details: 
Saturday, April 6, 2019
5 – 10 pm @ Urban Hive
1601 Alhambra Blvd.

Silent & Live Auction
Live Auction hosted by Jake Parnell
Feast on a meal of small bites catered by Lisa and Mike Thiemann of Mother and Empress Tavern
Enjoy Post-Auction Comedy by Keith Lowell Jensen
& dancing with music by DJ Manifresh and R.E.O

PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE!

This year’s Earth and Vine will take place Saturday, April 6th at the Urban Hive in the Old Cannery Building thanks to a generous donation by the Weber family. If you hear of anyone looking for an amazing co-working environment please check it out:http://www.theurbanhive.com/.

SPONSORSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE for the event. You or your company can sponsor the event. Sponsorship includes access to the event as well as marketing opportunities to our Alice Birney current and past Community. To request sponsor information contact Christina Martinez at martinezglass.christina@comcast.net.

Many thanks to our generous 2019 Earth & Vine Sponsors!

GOLD SPONSORS: 
Silva Cost Consulting
Martinez Glass

BRONZE SPONSORS: 
Giannetti & Booms Orthodontic Specialists
Debbie Davis @ Lyon Real Estate

Anyone with questions or wanting to know more information about the event can contact EarthandVine2019@gmail.com.

About Alice Birney Waldorf eK-8 School
We are a community of families and teachers with a powerful vision: we believe in developing children’s individual talents, nurturing their creativity, and fostering their knowledge and imagination.

These core values are integrated daily into our school’s broad-based Waldorf curriculum, and include drawing, painting, movement, music, gardening, cooking, woodworking, and handwork.

This approach, proven for nearly 100 years worldwide, and 21 years in our unique public school in Sacramento, helps to develop creative, well-rounded youth with a lifelong passion for learning.

Tax dollars cover much of our public school’s operating costs. However, our unique specialty classes are supported almost entirely by the Alice Birney Guild, our school’s parent-teacher association and a certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Photo credit to Charleen Chan of Tiny Pebbles Photography.

Earth and Vine 2015 photos can be viewed HERE.