You're invited: Our Food & Wine Classic features tastings from many of the Bay Area's best restaurants & wineries, fabulous auction items, and a really awesome time - all benefiting our arts & education programs!
Our newsletter is online! It's got our Summer Concert lineup for those who haven't seen it yet; plus a special deal on April's performances of "The Odyssey" by BOXTALES Theatre Company and a reminder to get here on Friday for an Art Party! Read up:
Join us for an unforgettable concert in the Lilian Fontaine Garden Theatre this summer! Here's our lineup for 2014, presented by Live Nation - tickets go on sale to the public March 31; become a member today to get early access!
May 27: Hugh Laurie with the Copper Bottom Band July 9: An Evening with Chris Botti July 31: Taj Mahal Trio and John Hiatt & The Combo Aug 13: Lila Downs Aug 22: Dave Koz and Friends Summer Horns 2014 with Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, and Richard Elliot Sept 12: Wanda Sykes Sept 18: Natalie Cole
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An oasis of culture and nature whose mission is to create and present arts of all types, nurture artists, and use our historic Villa, buildings, and grounds in innovative ways that engage people in the creative process.
Very Expensive at Cafe, and the quiche-frittata yesterday was sooo lousy at the Luncheon. Half the women white-lied and paid ,"delicious" and the other half told the truth and paid "tastes lousy", so natch Montalvo is keeping this lousy caterer!
Went here the other day for Yelp's Midsummer Night event. It was a beautiful venue that is well maintained. However, the parking lot is quite small and the location is secluded. I can see how traffic can be a nightmare if there was a big event.
Very impressive estate/venue, with a nice garden area, large grass lawn, and a very good hiking trail around the perimeter of the property. Definitely worth a visit for a quick trip or for a music event.
A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
I came to the art center for the hiking trails. The place is beautiful and in a really nice area. Certain trails have great views and one of the best things was that there are no parking fees, or at least not that I saw. There are about 4 different parking spots depending on where you want to start and what you're there for. Certain places are paved while most of it is dirt. I'd go there again and again. :]