The Coachella Valley History Museum provided us with a beautiful venue for the Greater Coachella Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visit Great Palm Springs joint mixer on November 10th. Over 175 GCVCC and VGPS members enjoyed a night of food, cocktails, raffle prizes, and activities that kept everyone smiling.
The evening sunset was breathtaking, and the environment was full of life. Members toured the museum as they completed a trivia game in hopes of being one of the lucky winners of 10 raffle items. Food was provided by Savoury’s Catering, RD RNNR Libations Pints and Plates, Beautiful Day, Mission Catering, and Uncle D’s Smokehouse BBQ & Grill. DJ Tina Turntables created a fun environment by playing some of the top music hits. Some additional entertainment included a heartwarming performance by Art Flying Aerial Yoga who gave us an El Día de Los Muertos show. Some went undersea to explore the ocean and others traveled the world through the high-quality virtual reality equipment provided by Pro VR USA. Smiles were captured by G-Aries Vision Photography against an 8’ paper flowered wall that was delicately crafted by Paper Petals and Wine. Thanks to Signature Party Rentals and the Hospitality Academy team, the venue was nicely put together for everyone to mix and mingle. The night ended with over 10 raffle items that included give aways by CVHM, Pueblo Viejo Grill, The Living Desert, Beautiful Day restaurant, candles from The Robynn Joy Company, La Quinta Art Celebration, Art Flying Aerial Yoga, Wilma & Frieda’s, Kaiser Grille Palm Springs, and Paper Petals & Wine.
About the Host The Coachella Valley History Museum is one of our valley’s most unique treasures. Glimpse the historical way of life by experiencing sites of the Coachella Valley from the Salton Sea to Desert Hot Springs. View the lifestyle of our first pioneer families and settlers of the valley, from the living accommodations of the Southern Pacific Rail workers to the 1909 Schoolhouse and the Smiley-Tyler House where the newest exhibit is displayed. The entire campus, both indoor and outdoor, carries its own rich history and creates one of the newest special event venues in the valley. To learn more, visit https://www.cvhm.org/
Pictures by G-Aries and Roger Morales Photography.