Special Fundraiser | Walt Disney's Trains at Napa Valley Museum Yountville

Tue, Dec 4 | 6–8pm
$40 members | $50 non-members
Napa Valley Museum Yountville
55 Presidents Cir, Yountville, CA 94599

JUST ANNOUNCED: Now includes appearances by special guests Bill Rogers and Camille Dixon!

Join curator Michael Campbell plus special guests Bill Rogers and Camille Dixon for a special fundraising event, celebrating The Napa Valley Museum Yountville’s presentation of Walt Disney’s Trains, an exhibition that had its debut at The Walt Disney Family Museum in 2014. Guests can enjoy Silverado Vineyards wine with a private viewing of Walt Disney’s Trains before joining Campbell for a special presentation exploring the history of railroading in Napa and Sonoma Counties. Learn about the numerous Disney connections to the area, from serving as filming locations for classics such as Pollyanna (1960) to being the locale in which Ron and Diane Disney Miller decided to establish Silverado Vineyards. After, enjoy a Q&A with celebrated voice artists Bill Rogers and Camille Dixon about their special connection to Disneyland Resorts and to the Walt Disney's Trains exhibition. We are excited to share Walt’s railroading legacy with you, celebrating its influence in and outside of Disneyland.

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