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Saturday: Vintage Affaire in Atherton

 

For the 33rd year, Vintage Affaire will be held to benefit the Vista Center for the Blind and the Visually Impaired. This year's gala takes place the afternoon and evening of Saturday, June 13, at an estate in Atherton.

Terry Kurfess of Menlo Park is chair of the event. Her committee includes Suzi Tinsley, Elizabeth Wood and Kathy Parker, all of Menlo Park; and Atherton residents Suzanne Legallet, Kathy Ladra, Terri Ballard and Stephanie von Thaden.

Auction items will include: two tickets to a Billy Joel concert at AT&T Park, a cocktail buffet party for 20 overlooking Coit Tower, a Spanish-themed dinner with wine for 14, and special wine selections from a private wine cellar.

During the wine tasting and silent auction, vinters and celebrity chefs will offer wine and hors d'oeuvre pairings. Among the chefs taking part is Guillaume Bienaime of Zola, one of Palo Alto's newest restaurants. Chef Bienaime was formerly associated with Marche in Menlo Park. Another local chef is Peter Rudolph of Madera restaurant at Rosewood Sand Hill.

Tickets for Vintage Affaire are $350 per person.

Go to vintageaffaire.org or call (650) 858-0202 to buy tickets or get more information.

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