The members of Hospitality House, Nevada County’s nomadic style homeless shelter are preparing for Bella Nota, a major fundraiser of the year that will be staged at the Empire Mine State Historic Park. Hospitality House staff member, Joanna Robinson says they are partnering with Indian Springs Vinyard.
“It’s an evening of beautiful, classical music in the gardens at the Empire Mine, which is just a gorgeous place to be. There’s going to be a wonderful dinner catered by Jim E’s Club 141 and fine wines will be offered by Indian Springs Vineyards. Indian Springs is the sponsor for the Bella Nota and there is an art auction “Art for the Heart.”
Tickets are $75 per person and available at the Indian Springs Tasting Room on Broad Street in Nevada City. Tickets can also be purchased online at hospitality house shelter dot org. (www.hospitalityhouseshelter.org)