Gala in the Garden

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Erin Gleeson is an artist and New York Times best-selling author based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her lifestyle brand The Forest Feast features a cookbook series with simple vegetarian recipes, presented visually with Erin’s own watercolor illustrations and photographs. The Forest Feast collection brings an approachable, DIY sensibility to the genre and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels.

Erin’s newest book, The Forest Feast Mediterranean, is set for publication in Fall 2019 by Abrams Books. She and her work have been featured in numerous publications, including CNN, Amazon’s 100 Books for a Lifetime of Cooking & Drinking, San Francisco Magazine and more! Erin also teaches in the Continuing Studies department at Stanford University.

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Support Gala in the Garden: Become a Sponsor Today!

A portion of each sponsorship is considered a tax-deductible donation to Filoli’s general fund. Proceeds from your sponsorship support Filoli’s mission, from the care of the historic House, magnificent Gardens, and vast Nature Preserve to the events and programs that keep Filoli relevant, open and available to the community. Thank you!

Sponsor levels

Presenting Sponsor – $25,000 | Supporting Sponsor – $10,000 | Table Sponsor – $5,000
Half-Table Sponsor – $2,750 | Couple Sponsor – $1,500

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If you are not interested in sponsorship but would like to attend Gala in the Garden please request an invitation below:

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Filoli offers unique restorative experiences for the whole family every season. From the historic home and manicured gardens to a vast estate and natural trails, 190,000 visitors come here annually to explore the beauty and tranquility of another time. Filoli also hosts seasonal activities, including tours of the home and grounds, art shows, education programs, and special events. Conveniently located between San Francisco and San Jose, this 654-acre estate is open for public education and enjoyment.