The Mabon at Hourglass

The Mabon at Hourglass – September 9, 2017

Eat, drink and howl at the moon to usher in the harvest at The Mabon – a pagan celebration of balance, for the unbalanced!

This exclusive festival event is held at Hourglass Winery in Napa Valley where Hourglass House band Wristwrocket will take the main stage to kick off the dance party, followed by special guests, The Kenneth Brian Band, performing their modern southern rock and Americana infused style. Watch a clip from The Kenneth Brian Band’s performance.

The event features a fabulous wine bar showcasing all of the Hourglass Blueline offerings, an oyster bar by The Oyster Girls, and a delicious menu provided by some of Napa Valley’s most iconic food trucks including Marks the Spot, Napa Valley Crust Truck, and Woodhouse BBQ.

Get ready for a great jam – and dance the night away! You’re encouraged to howl at the moon!

Watch the video from the 2016 MABON party.

All proceeds benefit Family House – providing care and comfort for families with children battling cancer and other serious illnesses.
Date: Saturday September 9, 2017
Place: Hourglass Blueline Estate, Calistoga

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About Family House

Family House serves as a home away from home for families of children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses by providing physical comfort and emotional support, free from financial concerns.

Founded in 1981, Family House is an independent 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization providing temporary housing to families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. We accommodate over 240 people per night, always 100% free of charge. Working in conjunction with UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital social workers, we strive to provide family-centered care for patient families. Family House is more than just free, temporary housing – it’s a home away from home, and a supportive community of people who are dedicated to providing a caring environment for the entire family while their child is undergoing treatment.