Oliver Ranch Art & Wine Tour with Community Resources for Science
Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 7:45 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
We will join collector Steve Oliver for a personal tour of his picturesque 100-acre property in the Alexander Valley featuring 18 remarkable site-specific installations by artists including: Andy Goldsworthy, Ann Hamilton, Bruce Nauman, Martin Puryear, and Richard Serra. Learn more at www.oliverranchfoundation.org
Following the hike we will stop at Clos du Bois winery for a catered lunch and a special tasting of four reserve winery-only wines.
Ticket price of $150 includes the private tour of Oliver Ranch, lunch at the winery, and chartered bus service to and from a central meeting point in Berkeley.
Rain or shine it’s a go! Sure to be a memorable day.
*The tour lenth is 2-3 hours and it covers approximately 2.5 miles with 600 feet of up and down elevation change. It can be likened to a light hike in the woods as the paths are unpaved. Not wheelchair accessible*
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Community Resources for Science
Our goal is simple: help teachers give students more opportunities to “do science” – to ask questions, test ideas, get their hands on real science activities. We need to inspire the next generation of thinkers, makers, problem solvers, and leaders!