Faces of Wildlife
Faces of Wildlife

Celebrate

with

Lindsay Wildlife Museum


at our Fifth Annual Gala

Faces of Wildlife


Saturday, February 28, 2015


Diablo Country Club


1700 Club House Rd


Diablo, CA 94526


Celebrating 60 years of connecting people with wildlife



Special thanks to our sponsors:


Premier Sponsor
Michael Stead Porsche
Michael Stead Porsche
Fox Sponsors
PG&E
Owl Sponsors
Jelly Belly
Media Sponsor
Diablo Magazine

Celebrate 60 years of Lindsay Wildlife Museum, a pioneer in shaping positive interactions with people and local native wildlife. Get an exclusive peek at exciting exhibit plans and rebrand launching in the anniversary year.

5:30 p.m. Wine Reception and Live Quick Draw

Enjoy wine, hors d'oeuvres, a meet-and-greet with our animal ambassadors, and a unique silent auction. Watch local artists do a live study of one of our resident raptors. Guests can bid on the portraits as they are being created.

7:30 p.m. Gourmet Dinner and Live Auction

Featured live auction items include a Hawaiian getaway, an exclusive Lindsay experience and other exciting surprises.

9:30 p.m. Live Music and Dancing

Performance by Locust & Main.

Purchase tickets today!



Thank you to the Faces of Wildlife Gala Committee


Marilyn Fowler Connie Loosli Erin McGlynn Scott E. Smith
Jo Howard Erin Proudfoot Heather Stead Nan Walz
Marilyn Kaplan Karen Marcus Rosanne Siino

Corporate Sponsorship and In-Kind Donations


Corporate sponsorship and in-kind donation opportunities are still available. Please contact Silvia Sanchez, Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer at 925.627.2951 or ssanchez@wildlife-museum.org for additional information.

pdf Download the In Kind donation form.

pdf Download information about Corporate Sponsorships.


About Lindsay Wildlife Museum


At Lindsay Wildlife Museum we care for more than 5,500 injured or orphaned animals every year in our wildlife rehabilitation hospital. The animals inspire our environmental education programs and provide unforgettable experiences for children and adults. We would not be able to care for the animals or provide community programs without the generosity of our donors.