Fundraising Events

Celebrate Connecting our Community for 40 Years. Join us for two virtual events:

Date Night with LBC

Make a love connection while supporting the arts! Enjoy a musical performance, incredible food, and everything you need for a romantic evening for two.

Featuring:

A performance by internationally renowned jazz artist Jonathan Butler. Butler pours his heart into selections from his immense catalogue, including a tribute album to Burt Bacharach and other love songs. A performance by internationally renowned jazz artist Jonathan Butler. Butler pours his heart into selections from his immense catalogue, including a tribute album to Burt Bacharach and other songs to make you want to slow dance in your living room.

The culinary talents of the chefs from Dry Creek Kitchen, Valette, Campo Fina, Healdsburg Bar & Grill, and PizzaLeah, preparing a 3-course romantic meal for two for pick-up. Paired with the premium wines of Mauritson, Arista Winery, Comstock Wines, Rodney Strong Vineyards and En Guard.

Co-hosts LBC Board Chair Susan Preston and Sonoma County Supervisor James Gore.

Entertainment free with dinner purchase, or by donation.

Full event details here

Art of Dessert Gala

On Saturday April 17, 2021, we will hold our 18th annual Art of Dessert Gala Virtually—the Confection Connection. The Art of Dessert gala has raised over $4.5 million to help support our community’s home for the arts and helped provide enrichment in the arts to over 480,000 children.

Registration coming soon!

Proceeds raised through both Date Night and  Art of Dessert benefit the Center’s Education and Community Engagement programs throughout the year, including new online tools and educational experiences for students, teachers, and parents, free and discounted tickets for low-income and at-risk students to educational matinees, musical instruments loaned free of charge to those who can’t afford to buy or rent them, arts-integrated classroom instruction by LBC teaching artists, and professional development courses for teachers.

Integrating the arts with classroom lessons gives students broader and deeper learning experiences—experiences that impact how children learn to think, as well as how they feel, behave and grow into accomplished adults. In short, the arts have the power to inspire and change lives and make our community a better place to live.

Additional details to come

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES – For more information contact Robin Seltzer at rseltzer@lutherburbankcenter.org or 707.800.7525

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707-546-3600