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The Galen Palm Springs Art Museum Party

Story and photos by Pat Krause

Meet The Museum Party was held at The Galen Palm Springs Art Museum on November 10th. The Galen is located on Highway 111 in Rancho Mirage. This fabulous museum has a garden fit for a king. Over 1000 guests came to this Meet The Museum Party and gathered in the Galen and Faye Sarkowsky sculpture Gardens.

The theme was The 60’s and guests were asked to dress the part if they wanted. Many wore outfits from that era. There was a complimentary bar, foods catered by Spencers Restaurant, a tempting dessert bar and complimentary valet parking. Entertainment was provided by DJ Alf Alpha. Guests could get their photos taken and get the resulting black and white photograph while they waited.

This is a party no one wanted to miss. Ticket prices for the event included one year memberships to the Museum. Every dollar raised will go directly to support the Palm SPrings Art Museum. The event was underwritten by Art Angels-Donna MacMillan, Harold Matzner, Helene Galen and Faye Sarkowsky. The main Museum was filled with Manequins dressed in over the top designs.

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