The nonprofit organization, which works to protect the landscape of the fragile Sonoran Desert, will once again hold the annual event at the Los Cedros USA equestrian facility at 8700 E. Black Mountain Road in north Scottsdale.
“We’re very excited to again host our event at Los Cedros. It is a stunning venue with immaculate stables, a large courtyard and lush gardens,” said Sonia Perillo, Desert Foothills Land Trust’s executive director.
“Our guests will be treated to an entertaining horse show, classic Western music by the Bill Ganz Western Band, and a gourmet dinner by Creations in Cuisine chef Tony Rea. We will have an exciting live and silent auction, and will, of course, continue with our tradition of the release of a rehabilitated owl by our partners at Wild At Heart.”
The Land Trust’s conservation efforts play a vital role in protecting the Sonoran Desert landscape that supports the community and businesses.
“We simply cannot accomplish our important mission without the generous support of Sonoran Stars sponsors, guests and other donors,” said Perillo.
“Sonoran Stars” begins at 5 p.m. with a cocktail hour and silent auction, and features an open bar and appetizers. Guests will then enjoy the horse show and dinner.
As dinner winds down, auctioneer Letitia Fry will conduct a high-energy live auction that will include a number of unique items and experiences.
Tickets are $250 per person. Sponsor tables for 10 guests and premium sponsor packages are available. Guests are encouraged to dress in casual or Western attire and to anticipate cool evening temperatures.
Valet parking will be available onsite. To reserve tickets, visit www.dflt.org/sonoran_stars.php or call 480-488-6131.
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