Sunday, September 13, 2020
Festival of Fall Comes to You will bring the spirit of the live food and drink festival – including a community-centric atmosphere – into your home!
Join us for an interactive, virtual version of Festival of Fall, and enjoy gourmet cuisine prepared by top chefs, paired with cocktails and wine, all while raising funds for AbilityFirst programs supporting people with disabilities.
VIP tickets, Table Hosts and Sponsors receive an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate in Pasadena (the home for Festival of Fall the last several years.)
The event goes live on Sunday September 13, 2020 @ 6pm on the AbilityFirst YouTube channel, Facebook and at various homes across Los Angeles County…and beyond!
- VIP Tickets – Get exclusive access to the inside of the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate and receive a DIY pizza kit from Blaze Pizza and beer!
- Tables – Gather your friends in a socially-distanced and safe space in the privacy of your own home (preferably outside!) includes delivered meals for 2-8 from participating restaurants. Includes the behind-the-scenes tour of the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate.
- Sponsorships – Support AbilityFirst programs with a sponsorship and receive heightened visibility before, during and after the virtual event! Additional benefit incentives include delivered meals from participating restaurants. Includes the behind-the-scenes tour of the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate.
- General Admission – Enjoy the program from the comfort of your own home and join the fun, by bidding in the online auction! Share photos with the hashtag #AbilityFirstFOF
For more information including a list of participating restaurants, sponsors, private dinner and VIP ticket sales call 626-243-4845.
Rarely open to the public, the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate was commissioned in 1905 by lawyer and financier Henry Robinson and his wife Laurabelle and designed by famous Pasadena architects Greene and Greene.
Exterior view of the Laurabelle A. Robinson estate in Pasadena designed and built by architects Greene & Greene.