Professional Child Development Associates (PCDA), a nonprofit organization that offers a range of multidisciplinary screening, evaluation, therapy and specialized services for children and young adults with special needs, is hosting A Taste of Summer: Rosé Soiree at 6:30 p.m. July 22. Guests are invited to enjoy wine and food selections, music and mingling at a beautiful historic garden in South Pasadena, with the proceeds to benefit children with autism and other developmental challenges.
The intimate garden party will include bites prepared by Chef Claud Beltran of Bacchus’ Kitchen and The Eatery, Chef Sean Lowenthal of Little Beast, Chef Teresa Montano of Racion and Chef Alexandra Poer-Sheridan of Alexandra’s Table. For dessert, guests can indulge in delicious baked goods from Poppycake and single-origin ice cream from Choctal. To complement the food, attendees will enjoy dry Rosé wine pairings and the musical stylings of singer/songwriter Kara Grainger.
“We are honored to partner with such a great selection of restaurants for this event,” says Dr. Diane Cullinane, executive director of PCDA. “It is a wonderful way to showcase local eateries while benefitting the children and families that receive services at PCDA.”
PCDA’s A Taste of Summer: Rosé Soiree is $75 per person. The address of the event will be provided upon RSVP. Sponsors include Claud Beltran and Watson Design Group.
For more information on A Taste of Summer: Rosé Soiree or to RSVP, visit http://www.pcdateam.org/tasteofsummer/.