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Water color of wine glass with leaves in background 2018  Vintage Affaire, Septemberr 23, Filoli

The 36th Annual Vintage Affaire a one-of-a-kind fundraising wine and luxury item auction and elegant picnic supper will be at Filoli in Woodside this fall on Sunday, September 23rd!
Come mingle, sip, bid, dine, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings!

We are honored that participating Guest Chefs from Donato Enoteca, Madera at the Rosewood Sand HillPlumed Horse in Saratoga, The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay and The Village Bakery in Woodside will create delectable hors d'oeuvres to pair with wine from local pouring vintners like Amici CellarsArietta WineClos LaChance WinesFar Niente WineryMudita WinesPhifer Pavitt WineryVineyard 511 and many more. An elegant picnic supper will be created by Taste Catering and Event Planning too.

Please spread the word about this fantastic event that directly benefits Vista Center's life-changing programs! We're in awe and gratitude for the teamwork and dedication of the devoted volunteers that make this event possible!
Get more info or rregister by September 14th at

We believe that vision loss need not be a barrier to independence

Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is the premier regional one-stop resource provider for vision loss and rehabilitation,  For more than 75 years,  Vista Center has offered a range of comprehensive services to empower clients to embrace life to the fullest through evaluation, counseling, education and training in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo and San Benito counties. 


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"Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a crucial organization that affords individuals the opportunity to live an independent life.
Having grown up with two blind parents I have first hand knowledge of the life changing support Vista Center provides in assisting individuals suddenly faced with blindness."

Jim Plunkett, former Vista Center board member