4th Annual Bee Jazzy

Join us for great wine, wonderful music and good company
at our gala event of the year!

Come cool off at Bee Jazzy this THURSDAY! Leave your hot house behind and join us for Bee Jazzy Indoors! We’re moving the party indoors to the air-conditioned comfort of the spacious banquet and tasting rooms of Silvan Ridge Winery!

Cool jazz, cool drinks, and one VERY COOL CAUSE!

Now you can enjoy the sultry voice of international jazz artist, Halie Loren in the relaxed and cool interior of a premier winery. We will provide plenty of ice cold water and Mountain Rose Herbs Pollinator iced tea to cool folks off.

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND AT THE 4TH ANNUAL BEE JAZZYThe Halie Loren Jazz Trio, featuring the sultry voice of international jazz artist, Halie Loren. Opening music by the Dana McWayne Quartet, including Dana McWayne (saxophone), Shanti Stewart (keyboards), Garrett Baxter (bass), Alden McWayne (drums).Plus, we will have a spectacular silent auction, including adventure travel packages in Oregon and an exciting selection of Patagonia gear! We’ll also be showcasing exclusive Portland jewelry artists organized by Tai Vautier Jewelry (see details below). Also, the Buffalo Exchange (Eugene) is setting up a new & gently used designer clothing booth!

Hungry?
Bee Jazzy features two of the most popular food carts in Eugene: All Thai’d Up (thai food) and Navarro’s Latin Creole kitchen. PLUS, experience the joy of supporting the Beyond Toxics Save Oregon’s Bees campaign.

WHAT: 4th ANNUAL Bee Jazzy, a benefit for our Save Oregon’s Bees campaign.

WHEN: Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017 from 5:30 – 9:30 pm

WHERE: Silvan Ridge Winery – 27012 Briggs Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97405 (google map)

COST: $25 advance tickets | $30 day of event (includes a glass of Silvan Ridge wine!)
Kids under 15 get in FREE!

NOTE: If you have plans to spend time outdoors, be sure to bring a hat and perhaps a hand towel or bandanna to dip in water to put around your neck. We will have extra shade canopies available to provide a place to sit outside as the day cools down.

Music by Halie Loren Jazz Trio with Halie Loren, Matt Treder and Brian West. | Opening music by Dana McWayne Quartet.

Food provided by: All Thai’d Up (thai food) and Navarro’s Latin Creole kitchen

Sponsored by Mountain Rose HerbsGloryBee FoodsCafé Mam, Cornucopia, Eugene Weekly, Buffalo Exchange, Garden Fever!Organically Grown Company , Smith Family Bookstore, and Hummingbird Wholesale.

ALSO…sending a BIG shout out to Best Buy for sending more than 10 employees to volunteer for the event!

Did we mention one free glass of wine per ticket?

Did we mention there’s a FREE glass of wine with every ticket you purchase?

Yummy food will be served!

 

The work of Tai Vautier

Tai Vautier Jewelry
Tai creates beautiful primitive yet elegant jewelry by using old world techniques to create highly unique textures and designs. Her jewelry looks like it is several centuries old and is forged from Sterling silver and high karat gold. She uses mouthwatering bright colored gemstone, with a deep rich patina! a gorgeous treat for the senses!

The work of Marie-Helene Rake

Marie-Helene Rake Jewelry
Marie-Helene lives in Eugene, Oregon and makes simple and elegant silver and gold jewelry that mimics the beauty of blooming flowers and budding trees. She is originally from France and has lived here for 40 years. Her jewelry is perfect everyday wear for work and play!

The work of Lyndzee Lynx

Lyndzee Lynx Jewelry
Lyndzee lives in Portland Oregon. She makes jewelry from colorful seed beads, Sterling silver and brass. Her work is inspired by ethnic adornments and she captures a simple soulful tribal look that can be worn everyday. Her jewelry makes a great addition to any occasion.

The work of Circle Couture Clothing

Circle Couture Clothing
An intriguing blend of yoga meets Victorian age clothing. Ann likes to think about clothing design as if she were making clothing for time travelers, using classic and timeless concepts that span the vastness of the human experience through out the ages, crossing cultures, and pushing boundaries.



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