Ooh la la! Prado patrons party to Parisian theme

A “Rendezvous in Paris” set the scene for the 2010 Patrons of the Prado gala, held at Balboa Park on July 10. Since 1997, the Patrons have provided $1.6 million and thousands of volunteer hours to benefit the distinguished arts and cultural organizations that occupy the Prado.

This year’s beneficiaries are The San Diego Hall of Champions, The Old Globe Theatre and the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center.

Related posts:

  1. Philanthropy Spotlight: Patrons of the Prado
  2. Gala attendees celebrate aboard the ‘Orient Express’
  3. February is Museum Month all across San Diego County
  4. Local arts organizations among grant recipients
  5. Guests take in ‘OH! Zone’ gala at Fleet center

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