Join us for an evening of delicious food, live music, and a raffle with amazing prizes. This year we are excited to celebrate the Tassajara One Room School Class of 1946, the last class to attend the school. It is particularly meaningful to acknowledge the Class of 1946 as an integral part of the Living History of the San Ramon Valley. Our history is all around us and they are an important part of that historical tapestry.
This year the evening’s activities will include:
- Delicious outdoor dinner served under the majestic black walnut trees planted by generations of students
- Wine, beer and other beverages
- Live jazz music by Brother Khalil and friends
- Tour of the schoolhouse by a docent in period wardrobe
- A commemorative check-in photo
- Unique artifacts from the museum’s collections
- Raffle with exciting prizes all to support our educational programs and exhibits
This year's special guest and MC will be KTVU Sportscaster/Reporter Joe Fonzi.
Click HERE to purchase tickets. The cost is $150 per person. Tables of 8 or 10 are available for purchase.
Make a Donation
Unable to attend the gala? Please consider supporting us with a donation. Your donation will help us continue to present interesting and impactful exhibits as well as our enriching educational programs for the schoolchildren in our community. Please consider making a donation to support the Museum by clicking HERE.
Online Auction: July 10 - 16
Our online auction opens on Monday, July 10 and closes on Sunday, July 16. Make sure you are registered to bid. We will send reminders with your link to bid so you don't miss out on your favorite items. Click HERE to see all of the amazing items.
Register for Online Auction
Bidding begins Monday, July 10. Click HERE to go to the online auction. Click on "Get Started". You'll be asked for your contact information and to enter your credit card to our secure system. Once registered, you'll be set to bid once the auction opens.
Thank you to our current Sponsors!
Tassajara One Room School Program
Every spring third graders from throughout the San Ramon Valley have the opportunity to participate in a living history program at the schoolhouse. School marms and school masters conduct an authentic 1888 school day.
In a program designed by Mistress and former teacher Joan Kurtz, the students use slates, learn to cipher, recite from a McGuffey Reader and play nineteenth century games. They dress in period clothes, tie their horses in the stable and eat farm lunches.
Enjoy this video showing the ORS program!
Photos from Past Gala Events