Our annual celebration of the Grateful Dead and Rex Foundation fundraiser returns on June 8th and 9th!
Wavy Gravy will be in attendance as our Guest of Honor celebrating his 82nd birthday.
The weekend will feature:
– 2 star-studded evening concerts (Lineup will be announced soon!)
– A Grateful Brunch on Saturday afternoon
– Scott Shapiro’s world class collection of Grateful Dead poster art on display
VIP Tickets include:
Artist-Signed Screen Printed Event Poster, 3 Hour Open Bar (times TBA), Exclusive Grateful Dead Art Exhibit (Scott Shapiro collection) & Private Balcony Access, Complimentary Hors D’oeuvres, Private Seating / Viewing Area.
About The Rex Foundation: In the fall of 1983, the Rex Foundation was established as a non-profit charitable organization by members of the Grateful Dead, their friends, and families, to further the long-established tradition of generosity the band was well-known for. Supporting programs that might otherwise be overlooked by mainstream funders, The Rex Foundation offers unsolicited small grants, generally in the $5,000 range, to organizations in the U.S. and beyond who are doing innovative grassroots work in supporting the environment, education, arts for youth, social services, building community and other areas aligned with the Rex mission. Since 1984 the Rex Foundation has granted $8.9 million to over 1,200 recipients.
About Camp Winnarainbow: Camp Winnarainbow is a circus and performing arts camp founded and led by Wavy Gravy and his family. The camp provides a training ground to nurture leaders for a peaceful, harmonious and sustainable world by teaching responsibility for one’s own behavior and developing confidence, inner security and appropriate self-expression. The camp encourages respect for oneself, others, and the environment while valuing the uniqueness of each individual, within the diversity of racial, cultural, economic, and religious backgrounds that comprise the camp community.