Celebrating its 40th milestone year, Greystone Programs, Inc., a Hopewell Junction-based nonprofit human services agency, will host its 30th Annual International Wine Showcase & Auction on Thursday, October 3, 2019. Honorees include AAA Northeast and longtime friends and contributors, Julius Jones and Michael Denick (in memoriam). Proceeds support unfunded programs and services for Hudson Valley adults, children and families living with autism and other developmental disabilities.
The event, which features a wine tasting with international and local Hudson Valley wines, elevated cuisine catered by Simply Gourmet, live musical entertainment, networking opportunities and exciting live and silent auctions, will take place from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Locust Grove Estate, 2638 South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY. Tickets are $125 each. Sponsors include Hudson Regional LTC Pharmacy, Marshall & Sterling Insurance, BDO USA, LLP, Rose & Kiernan, Inc., M&T Bank, DCH Wappingers Falls Toyota, Mauri Architects, Mackey, Butts & Wise, LLP, Bottini Fuel, Morehead Honda, Camelot Printing & Copy Centers, Focused Wealth Management and CIA Security. Event sponsorships are still being accepted and most sponsorship levels include complimentary tickets. For reservations/tickets or sponsorships, call Peter Sestito, director of communications at (845) 452-5772 ext. 119. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.greystoneprograms.org.
“For the past 30 years, the Annual International Wine Showcase & Auction has been a wonderful forum for Greystone to connect with the community in support of individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities,” said Skip Pryce, Greystone Program’s CEO. “We are so appreciative of the support we have received and look forward to celebrating at this year’s event.”
About Greystone Programs:
Greystone Programs is dedicated to supporting children, adults and families living with autism and other developmental disabilities by enriching lives one person at a time. Established in 1979 by Marc W. Kelley, Greystone offered the first privately-run home in New York State for people living with autism. Today, Greystone offers exceptional services and life-enriching opportunities for more than 600 children, adults and families living with autism and developmental disabilities in five Hudson Valley counties. To learn more, visit www.greystoneprograms.org or follow the organization on social media.