Save the date for the very first Valley Village Country Classic that will be held on Thursday, May 14, 2020, at the Valley Relics Museum in Van Nuys, CA! Saddle up, and wear your boots to our country-western themed fundraiser with live country music, BBQ, neon signs and silent and live auctions!
The event will begin at 6 pm and end at approximately 9 pm, on Thursday, May 14, 2020. Live and silent auctions will offer guests chances to win fantastic prizes, including a trip to your choice of Nashville, Memphis or New Orleans (includes three nights in a luxury hotel). Guests will enjoy live country music by Valley Village’s music teacher Juno Rada who is being joined by Jacob Mondry. Guests will also be entertained by a special country music impersonator! Delicious, authentic BBQ will be provided by Jim’s Fallbrook Market. Throughout the evening, guests will be able to view the museum’s collection, enjoy free play pinball games and other fun activities.
Sponsors and guests of our events over the years have contributed to help more than 400 adults with developmental challenges thrive by supporting Valley Village’s mission to protect, foster, develop and advance the rights and interests of people with developmental disabilities.
Save the date, and stay tuned! More details to follow.
Sponsorship opportunities are available at all levels. Your support makes a meaningful impact in the lives of adults with developmental disabilities. Your generosity helps sustain Valley Village programs that help program participants live as independently as possible and thrive in life.
The Valley Relics Museum is located at 7900 Balboa Blvd. C3 & C4 (Entrance on, Stagg St), Van Nuys, CA 91406, in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. The LA Weekly named the Valley Relics Museum one of its 2017 winners of “Best Of L.A.: Arts & Entertainment”. Founded in 2013 by Tommy Gelinas, Valley Relics Museum’s collection spans from the 1800s to the present day, with over 20,000 items. Notable items include the original signage of popular North Hollywood country music venue the Palomino Club, and other San Fernando Valley landmarks. It also houses original costumes designed by and an made by North Hollywood-based rodeo tailor Nudie Cohn, costume designer for country music stars as well as Elvis Presley; two of the “Nudiemobiles”, cars that were customized by Cohn, that remain in Cohn’s family are housed at the museum.