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Oliver Ranch with The Harris Gallery

“Embark on a VIP journey through Oliver Ranch alongside A3L3XZAND3R and a knowledgeable Oliver Ranch docent. Finish your adventure at The Harris Gallery, indulging in a gourmet lunch from Molti Amici, perfectly paired with THG’s finest wines. Reserve your spot for an unparalleled experience!”

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Oliver Ranch with The Harris Gallery
Oliver Ranch with The Harris Gallery


2024年4月13日 10:00 – 14:30

Geyserville, 22205 River Rd, Geyserville, CA 95441, USA


All ticket sales proceeds go to Healdsburg Forever.

-The Oliver Ranch Story

“The Oliver Ranch is an exquisite place and an extraordinary idea.” – Joan Simon

Located in the heart of Sonoma County, 70 miles north of San Francisco, and known internationally for its wineries and scenic pleasures, the Oliver Ranch is home to 18 remarkable site-specific installations; the most recent of which is Ann Hamilton’s The tower where commissioned dance, poetry, theatre, and music performances take place. The picturesque 100-acre property was originally bought by Steve and Nancy Oliver in 1981 to graze a few extra sheep from, as Steve says, “My daughter’s 4-H project gone bad.” The ranch’s evolution from exiled sheep quarters to world-renowned sculpture ranch was gradual and organic, a natural convergence of the Olivers’ longstanding passion for art and deep connection to the land.

1. Oliver Ranch is located in Geyserville - a 2+ hour drive (with restroom stops) from San


2. Tours are intended to benefit a non-profit organization. Visiting groups donate to

nonprofit organization in this case Healdsburg Forever (a fund that grants support to

nonprofits serving Healdsburg & Geyserville. Price includes a docent led tour highlighting

13 large contemporary art installations, a return to Healdsburg - The Harris Art Wine

Gallery for an informal lunch of pizza from Molti Amici and Harris Wine! A check made out

to Healdsburg Forever of $250/person or $400/couple. The tour has limited space. Send

checks to: Carol Beattie, Board Member, Healdsburg Forever, P. O Box 1517, Healdsburg

Ca. 95448 no later than April 6th. Please advise Alex Harris or Carol Beattie of your

interest. ( We will hold checks should weather impact the tour.

3. Tour begins at 10 am –the length is approximately 2.5 hours plus Lunch at 1p.m. @ The

Harris Art & Gallery, 320 Healdsburg Avenue.

4. The tour covers approximately 2.5 miles and 600 feet in elevation change. It can be

likened to a light hike in the woods as paths are unpaved. If you are concerned about hiking

in the outdoors (gravel, dirt pathways this may not be a good fit). The tour is not wheelchair

accessible and comfortable walking/hiking shoes are essential. No open toe, heels or sandals


5. There are NO PUBLIC RESTROOM FACILITIES at the Ranch. We highly recommend

that everyone make a restroom stop before convening at Park & Ride. Restrooms available

in Fermata Coffee shop in Geyserville.

6. Fermata Coffee Shop: Provide their bathrooms prior to tour no purchase necessary.

Please arrive no later than 9:35 am at the Park and Ride.** No individual cars will be

admitted to the property. Please convene your group in advance.

7. Directions to Park & Ride: Geyserville’s Park & Ride: Hwy. 128 at Remmel Rd., one block

East of Geyserville Ave. next to RR tracks. All guests meeting their groups at the Park &

Ride must arrive on time before the group departs at 9:55 am. We will carpool onto ranch. If

a group decides to wait for a late guest, the entire group will receive an abbreviated tour. It

is up to the guest to make sure they are on time to meet the group. If they are late, it affects

all the tour groups’ experience. Tour Leaders will be in touch prior to the Saturday, April

13th tour. No exiting Oliver Ranch until tour is over.


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