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Ancient Peaks and Must! Charities to host benefit concert May 17 

The JD Project will headline the concert.

The JD Project will headline the concert.

Event features live music, food truck, wine tasting & more at Santa Margarita Ranch

Ancient Peaks Winery and Must! charities are teaming up for a special benefit concert at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch on Sunday, May 17, in tandem with the Paso Robles Wine Festival Weekend.

The concert will be headlined by The JD Project. The Haute Skillet food truck will be on hand to provide scrumptious fare for purchase, while Ancient Peaks will offer its estate wines by the glass and bottle.

The concert takes place from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The entry cost is a minimum donation of $5. The setting will be the ranch’s beautiful Estrada Gardens, which features broad lawn seating. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets.

Net proceeds will benefit Must! charities, a local nonprofit dedicated to improving quality of life in San Luis Obispo’s North County by offering “hope, compassion, and resources to those in need.”

“This concert is all about having a good time for a great cause, and it offers a relaxing conclusion to the Paso Robles Wine Festival weekend,” said Amanda Wittstrom-Higgins, vice president of operations for Ancient Peaks Winery.

 

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2 Responses to Ancient Peaks and Must! Charities to host benefit concert May 17

    • Scott Brennan

      Must Charities is a great new concept in giving. They don’t just hand out grants. Instead, the help turn-around struggling charities. They choose about one per year. The donate very large sums, usually several hundred thousand dollars. They set specific goals and targets for the charity and hold them accountable over a period of a year or more. They bring in experts in finance, management and non-profits. It’s really impressive. We are working on an article about them now.

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