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Wine-tasting, auction benefit Da Vinci Charter Academy

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From page A3 | February 26, 2013 |

Da Vinci parents and adult supporters are welcome to enjoy a variety of wines, nonalcoholic beverages and finger foods at a celebration of the Da Vinci Charter Academy community from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday.

The event, at the Odd Fellows Hall at 415 Second St. in downtown Davis, will include a silent auction featuring local goods and services as well as a small live auction.

What’s for sale? Tickets to the Mondavi Center, admission to an SAT test prep class, a portrait package, a vacation home, Regal Cinemas admissions, locavore specials from the Davis Food Co-op, goodies from Trader Joe’s, home-grown and home-made foods and crafts from Da Vinci parents and staff, and some “out-of-this world teacher-sponsored parties,” a news release said.

Tickets are $25 in advance — available at nestware, 207 F St.; the Da Vinci High School office, 1400 E. Eighth St.; or at www.davinciboosters.net — but they go up to $30 at the door. Funds raised will support new computers at Da Vinci’s junior and senior high school programs.

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