PCDA Rosé Soiree This Weekend

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Photo by Erin Rodick / OUTLOOK John Tanner, Karen Otamura, Stephanie and Greg McLemore, and Stephanie and Leo Dencik were among those who enjoyed last year’s Rosé Soiree.
Photo by Erin Rodick / OUTLOOK
John Tanner, Karen Otamura, Stephanie and Greg McLemore, and Stephanie and Leo Dencik were among those who enjoyed last year’s Rosé Soiree.

Professional Child Development Associates will hold its third annual Rosé Soiree event on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 5 and 6, at the historic Blacker House in Pasadena. Proceeds from the event will benefit PCDA, which provides therapies and services for children, teens and young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities and their families.
For $65, guests will be feted at the Rosé Soiree Main Event, a wine and gourmet food-tasting garden party. Celebrated local chefs and California wineries will participate, curated by Chef Claud Beltran, on Sunday from 6-9 p.m. A $250 patron ticket includes an invitation to the main event as well as a seat at the exclusive pre-event long table al fresco dinner catered by Chef Claud and others to be held on Saturday, 7-9 p.m.
Both parts of the event will take place in the garden of the historic Blacker House, the restored 1907 Greene & Greene craftsman home of PCDA board member Ellen Knell and her husband, Harvey. Following an extensive restoration by the Knells, the home and grounds have been restored to the designs as they were originally conceived, and the house is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Chef Claud Beltran of Bacchus Restaurant and tap & kitchen, both in Pasadena, is a long-time supporter of PCDA, and a believer that local chefs should contribute to their communities. “PCDA makes a difference in our community for so many families who have a child with special needs, and I am proud to support their work with the Rose Soiree event.”
To purchase tickets, visit pcdateam.org/rosesoiree.

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