Popular fall event benefits Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum
Considered the most popular fall event in the Santa Ynez Valley, the 37th annual Vaquero Gala, Show and Sale returns for the weekend.
This is a three-day fundraising event from November 12-14, with all proceeds going to the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum. Organizers say the event celebrates the Western way of life and horseback riding in the community, also honoring the culture of the California “Vaquero”.
The event is hosted at the museum, starting with the Friday night gala where ticket buyers could participate in the paddle pickup live auction. The museum says the auction generates funds for its essential programs for children and adults.
The exhibition and sale take place on Saturdays and Sundays, where attendees could shop from local vendors and other collectors from across the country.
On Saturday, participants were able to watch traditional horse riding demonstrations and dances before dancing themselves at the Pig Roast & Barn Dance.
Those who still wish to attend can find the festivities at the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum and the Parks-Janeway Carriage House, located at 3596 Sagunto Street.
The museum’s mission is “to preserve, interpret and celebrate the history of the human experience in the Santa Ynez Valley and the central California coast by informing, educating, inspiring and engaging museum visitors of all ages and from all ages. horizons. “
More information about the museum and its various annual fundraising events can be found here.