Welcome to the Pleasanton Art League!
LAA and PAL Potluck & Social
September 14, 2015, 6:00 pm
Location: Charles R Winery 8195 Crane Ridge Road (at the southern end of Greenville Road) *
The Livermore Art Association & Pleasanton Art League General Meeting will be the Annual Potluck & Social held on Monday, September 14. Dick and Bonnie Bartlett were again gracious to host this event at their Charles R Winery Tasting Room in the South Livermore Hills. Dinner will be on the patio. Enjoy the summer evening with your new and old friends, members of LAA and PAL and their guests. Everyone is welcome to this yearly event. Bring your favorite dish (appetizers, salad, main dish or dessert). LAA will supply paper and plastic utensils, wine and water. It is suggested that you bring your food dish between 5:30 and 6:00 pm when the party will start in earnest.
Please RSVP to Carol Eicher by September 8. Phone: 925 443-8354 or email email@example.com. She would like to know what you plan to bring so that she can coordinate.
Carol would also like volunteers to help set up and clean up. It would be helpful if everyone was responsible for leftover food that they brought and since there is no place to store serving dishes, or food; please take same home at the end of the party.
Bothwell Center, Livermore
2466 8th Street, Livermore
Almond Avenue School
Cultural Arts Building
Message from the PAL President
Our next PAL event is our Members’ Show at the Firehouse Arts Center. Remember, the theme is “Patterns”, but your entry doesn’t have to conform to that theme. Our Museum on Main Show has been moved from March to early January 2016, so be sure to keep your eye out for the information towards the end of the year.
And please do not miss our annual PAL/LAA Pot Luck dinner in September. This is a great opportunity to get to know and/or meet other artists. There is plenty of time to socialize while eating great food! Whether you are new to PAL or have been a member for many years, your presence will be greatly appreciated.
Meanwhile, enjoy these long summer days, which hopefully gives you inspirational light.
— Lisa Rigge