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Kiwanis Winemaker Event 2024

June 21, 2024 5:00 - 10:00 pm

Atascadero Lake Park, Pismo Avenue, Atascadero, CA, USA


How will I get my winning items?
If you are not at the event, you can pick up your items on Saturday June 22nd at Kiwanis Hall, 7484 Pismo Ave,  Atascadero Lake Park from 9:00 to 12:00 noon.

If you need to make special arrangements for pick up, please call Anna-Louise at 805-458-3069 or Steve at 925-260-0435.

Who can I call if I'm having trouble with registering or making a bid?
You can call Terri at 925-367-7273 or Brighton at 510-325-1491.  During the event, there will be several volunteers to assist you should you need it.

 Donations can still be made after the auctions are closed.  Simply hit the DONATE button on the Home Page.  

ECHO and Atascadero Kiwanis Foundation appreciate your support!

                                  2024 Beneficiary

AM SunSolar  •  American Riviera Bank  •  American West Tire  •  BHE Topaz Solar Farm  •  Community West Bank  •  Glen Burdette  •  SESLOC FCU  •  Supervisor Bruce Gibson

The following wineries are participating in the 14th Annual Kiwanis & Mayors' Winemaker event:

Ancient Peaks Winery  •  Asuncion Ridge Vineyards  •  BeckersChild Wines  •  Bianchi Wines  •  Bovino Vineyards  •  Calcareous Vineyard  •  Caliza Winery  •  Cass Winery  •  Cordant Winery  •  Derby Wine Estates  •  Dilecta Winery  •  Dubost Wine  •  Eberle Winery  •  Écluse Wines  •  Graveyard Vineyards  •  Hoyt Family Vineyards  •  Indigene Cellars  •  J Lohr Vineyards & Winery  •  LeVigne Winery  •  Locatelli Vineyards & Winery  •  MEA Wine  •  Niner Wine Estates  •  Opolo Vineyards  •  Oso Libre Winery   •   Peachy Canyon Winery  •  Pianetta Winery  •  Sculpterra Winery & Sculpture Garden  •  Shale Oak Winery  •  Tolo Cellars  •  Vintage Cowboy  •  Volatus Wines  •  Zobeto Wines

The 14th Annual Atascadero Kiwanis & Mayors' Winemaker Dinner 

This year's gala will be held in the Atascadero Lake Pavilion and will benefit a long-time local organization: ECHO (both Atascadero and Paso Robles campuses). 

Festivities begin at 5 p.m. with wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres on the pavilion lanai, followed by a formal gourmet catered dinner with winery owners or representatives at each table. Festivities also include a live auction, a raffle, and a silent auction. Beginning June 7, you can bid on silent auction items using your cellphone on the GiveSmart app.  Text winemaker24 to 76278.

Now in its 55th year of service in the community, Kiwanis has donated close to one-half million dollars since that first dinner in 2011. The beneficiaries from our previous fundraisers have included ECHO, Joy Park playground, Boys & Girls Club, Lighthouse Mentor Program, ALF Food Pantry, along with scholarships to graduating seniors, and several other youth and community service projects / programs / causes.

"The Atascadero Kiwanis Club is excited to be coordinating the 14th annual Winemakers' Dinner. We hope you will join us this year in raising funds for the El Camino Homeless Organization (ECHO) as they continue to support the unhoused and affect change in the homeless community in the North San Luis Obispo County," Cyndi Workman, club president. 

ECHO operates two facilities in North County that each provide meals and a safe and secure overnight shelter to meet the immediate needs of families and individuals in our community who are facing hunger and homelessness.  Residents are provided individual case management services to assist them in securing a job and finding permanent and sustainable housing.  While staying at ECHO, residents are taught life skills for employment, financial literacy, health care management, and parenting.

A force of 1,500 community volunteers provide ancillary support to run the shelter programs and meal programs that serve as many as 150 dinners each night to shelter residents and people facing hunger and homelessness in the community.

 Thank you for your support!


 Kiwanis International is "a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world,

one child and one community at a time." 

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$120,000 Goal


Total Raised

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Kiwanis Club of Atascadero Foundation
Questions? Call Terri Wrightson

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Atascadero Lake Park, Pismo Avenue, Atascadero, CA, USA

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LIVE AUCTION - Any changes in the item description will be announced from the auction block and takes precedence over this program. Each Item will be sold to the highest bidder as determined by the auctioneer. If you bid with a group on an item, we will split the item in the system for you.

SILENT AUCTION - All bids will be placed electronically via mobile phone beginning June 7, 2024. Auction concierges are available to help you register or place your bids. Winners will receive a confirmation text. Items may be picked up at the tables by showing your "PAID" sales receipt. Gift certificates are picked up at check out.

RAFFLE - Must be present to win.

GENERAL RULES - All sales are final and gift certificates are non-transferable. All experiences and trips must be arranged with the donor and used by the dates listed in the brochure. Unless otherwise specified, all services and auction items must be used within the twelve month period ending June 22, 2025. Extensions of this deadline will be at the discretion of the donor. Kiwanis is not responsible for granting or securing any extensions.

All experiences sold at the auction are to be undertaken at the sole risk of the bidder. Kiwanis shall neither be liable or responsible in any way for the loss, injury or damage to, or in respect of any person or property, howsoever caused or arising.

ITEM PICKUP - All physical items should be removed from the premises on the night of the Auction unless prior arrangements have been made. Kiwanis is not responsible for any item left at the venue. If you are remote bidding, we will store your item and contact you on Monday for pick up or delivery. 

ALL SALES ARE FINAL -  Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card. The values on some items being auctioned are estimates only and are not warranted by Kiwanis for tax purposes or for general value.


Kiwanis Club of Atascadero Foundation has endeavored to describe the items correctly. All property is sold "as is" and Kiwanis Atascadero neither warrants nor represents, and shall not be responsible for, the correctness of description, genuineness, authorship, provenance or condition of the property. No statement contained in the catalog or made orally at the sale or elsewhere shall be deemed to be such a warranty, representation, or assumption of liability.