The Music Festival for Mental Health
April 13, 2008 Rutherford, CA
The 14th Annual Music Festival for Mental Health
will take place on September 13, 2008 at Staglin Family Vineyard in Rutherford, California.
The event will begin at noon:
12:00 noon: Professor Trevor Robbins, Head of the Behavioral and Clinical Neuroscience Institute at Cambridge University, will give a seminar titled The New Brain Science of Cognitive Enhancement: Future Reality or Fools' Gold? You can ask questions at the Q&A session to follow.
2:00 PM: Nosh on the cuisine of Chef Todd Humphries of St. Helena's Martini House Restaurant, and taste an array of classic wines which will include Harlan, Abreu, Colgin, Sloan, Screaming Eagle, Corton Charlemagne, Antinori Tignanello, and many others.
3:30 PM: Jump (and dance!) with The Pointer Sisters, as they perform the classic R&B and pop hits of their 35-year, 3-time Grammy winning career. Emceed by comedian Bob Sarlatte.
5:30 PM: Michelin Star rated "Rising Star Chef," Mark Dommen, Chef/Partner, One Market Restaurant and Lark Creek Restaurant Group will prepare you delicacies you've never tasted and may not know how to pronounce.
Come join us for a unique day of fun, food, wine, and music as we raise awareness, funding, and the roof for the cause of mental health research.
There are three ways you can contribute to the Music Festival for Mental Health:
Purchase tickets to this year's event, make a donation, or to volunteer,
please contact Linda Short at (707) 224-8266 x21 or email@example.com.
More Information: http://www.music-festival.org/
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