Saint Mary's To Hold Sesquicentennial Gala "Jewel of the Bay" on Historic Treasure Island

What: Featuring the spectacular backdrop of San Francisco's city lights, the "Jewel of the Bay" on Treasure Island is the black-tie event of Saint Mary's College of California's sesquicentennial year.

The evening begins with a reception in Building One, a historic remnant of the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition, followed by a tented dinner under the stars and dancing to the music of the Dick Bright Orchestra, one of San Francisco's premier society bands.


When
:  Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012

  •  6:30 Cocktails in historic Building One.
  •  7:30 Dinner with dramatic views of San Francisco, followed by dancing to the music of the Dick Bright Orchestra.

Where:  Historic Building One, 410 Avenue of the Palms, Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA, 94130

Tickets: $500 per person; all proceeds benefit Saint Mary's student scholarships.

Attire: Black Tie.

Background: The College's "Jewel of the Bay" sesquicentennial gala is among the many public events and celebrations held in the 2012-13 academic year to mark Saint Mary's 150th anniversary year. For more information about the gala, please call Deborah Mann at (415) 563-6451 or RSVP online at www.stmarys-ca.edu/gala. Charter bus service is available from the Lafayette BART station. For more information about the "Year of the Gael," the yearlong celebration of Saint Mary's sesquicentennial year, visit yearofthegael.com.