Guests can experience a one-of-a-kind event dining on the Main Stage at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in support of the arts at The Pavilion Partners 18th Annual Wine Dinner & Auction.
The event is honoring John Robichau of Robichau's Jewelry and features a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception followed by a seated dinner by Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. Guests also get the chance to bid on some fabulous live auction and bid board items.
The Pavilion Partners established the Wine Dinner & Auction fundraiser to uphold The Pavilion’s mission for arts education outreach. The purpose of the Scholarship Fund is to provide financial support to graduating high school seniors and renewing scholarship recipients from the north Houston area that are pursuing degrees in the performing and visual arts.
Due to the success of the 2014 Pavilion Gala and the Annual Wine Dinner the committee has raised the annual scholarship amounts awarded to students. For the current year, proceeds are divided into $7500, $5000 and $2500 scholarships and $1000 renewal scholarships.
Tickets to this event are $225 per person and include wine and seated dinner. Tickets and seating at this event are very limited. Payment is required to confirm your reservation. Tickets are available for purchase here.Thank you to the following underwriters:
Dinner $10,000 - SOLD (in part) Carol Winkler $5,000 AVAILABLE
Wine $10,000 - SOLD Candi & Gerald Glenn and The George Lindahl Family
Decorations $5,000 - AVAILABLE
Invitations $2,500 - SOLD Lorri & Brian Petrauskas
Valet $2,500 - AVAILABLE
Premium Gifts $2,000 - SOLD Sylvia Caracio
Charm Your Glass $1,500 - SOLD Lisa & Fred Koetting
Postage $1,500 - SOLD Judy & Dick Jones
Programs $1,000 - SOLD Cindy Notarainni
Auction $1,000 - SOLD JoAnne & Randy Lowry and Whitney Bank (multiple available)
Custom Framing $750- SOLD Robichau's Jewelry
Fine Arts Scholarships - Minimum $1,500 (mulitple available)
For more information about underwriting opportunities, contact Leslie Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or (281)210-1125.