This month marks the 5th Anniversary of operations at the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum in Kelseyville. On July 24, 2011, the Lake County Historical Society, a non-profit organization, opened the museum to the public marking the beginning of what would become one of the most important educational and cultural sites in Lake County.
In addition to free general public admission, the museum hosts regularly scheduled educational programs for local school children, community activities and provides facilities for large group gatherings such as family reunions, meetings, lectures, community fundraising events, weddings, training programs, etc.
The Stage Stop operates and flourishes solely by donations of time and money. Join the Ely docents and volunteers on Friday, August 26, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Riviera Hills Restaurant & Lounge for a fundraiser round up Italian-style. Enjoy an evening of family, friends and fun as we raise a fork (and some funds) to complete the Blacksmith Shop.
Feast as the Italians do on a multi-course banquet of antipasto, primo, secondo, contorno and dolce. A no host bar will be available. Win raffle baskets and bid on silent and live auction items.
John Parker, Ph.D., will be the keynote speaker presenting “An 1876 Lake County Painting Discovered in the Rothschild Collection”.
A $50 donation per person gets each guest a ticket to enjoy the feast and all the fun. Tickets must be purchased in advance by Monday, August 15
. Seating is limited, so purchase early. Call 707.279.0493
for your ticket or stop by the museum during visitor hours and purchase tickets from the docents.
Riviera Hills Restaurant & Lounge is located at 10200 Fairway Drive, Kelseyville, CA. Please support the Ely Stage Stop & Country Museum, preserving Lake County’s past, present and future.
John Parker, Ph.D., keynote speaker at the Ely Riviera Round Up Fundraiser dinner August 26, 2016.