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Auto Museum gears up for beer week Early with “Zero to 60s: A Mad Men Office Party”
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Auto Museum gears up for beer week Early with “Zero to 60s: A Mad Men Office Party”

Thirsty for some fun?

Spirits and brew enthusiasts are invited to attend a very special cocktail party presented by the California Automobile Museum titled “Zero to 60s: A Mad Men Office Party” on Friday evening, February 24, 2017 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. The Swinging 60s is the theme for the Museum’s annual fundraising event. Adult guests are encouraged to dress the part in sharp suits with skinny ties, or a chic cocktail dress and bouffant hairdo! The Museum will provide party games and the conga line.

Approximately 25 of today’s popular microbreweries – such as Alaskan Brewing, Dry Diggings Distillery, New Helvetia and Wildcide Cider -- will be on-site for sampling along with a variety of locally produced wines, cocktails and alcohol-free “mocktails.”  Guests will also be treated to music and dancing, photo ops with classic cars from the Museum’s impressive collection, and tasty food (for purchase) available from popular food trucks set-up on-site including Chando’s Tacos, Culinerdy Cruzer and Sweet Spot, to name a few. In addition, a relaxing VIP lounge will be set-up with exclusive drinks and cocktail demonstrations for those who desire an extra special sampling experience. 

 Guests must be 21 years or older. Tickets cost $45 (general admission) or $65 (VIP) per adult through February 19 or $55 (general admission) or $75 (VIP) per adult beginning February 20 and at the door. For more information about the “Zero to 60s: A Mad Men Office Party” or the California Automobile Museum in general, please call 916-442-6802 or visit www.calautomuseum.org 

About California Automobile Museum
Since opening in 1987, the California Automobile Museum tells the story of over 130 years of automotive culture and history.  Exhibiting makes and models of all kinds, the Museum strives to preserve, exhibit, teach and tell the stories of the automobile and its influence on our lives. For more, visit www.calautomuseum.org or call 916-442-6802.

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