The stars will be out in Malibu, California, on Sunday for charity.

The 10th Annual Harvest and Crush Event is an exclusive and exquisite event held on the Semler’s private 1,000 acre estate and features fine wine, signature dishes from local restaurants, luxury auctions, foot spa, and a special tribute from “25 Artists Creating 25 Heart-themed Pieces to Celebrate 25 Years of City Hearts”.

There will be wonderful activities for children, including the Fairy Enchantment area, Culinary Interactive Arts, the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, special appearances by William Shakespeare and Queen Elizabeth I, and the City Hearts students. And this year, in honor of City Hearts Silver Anniversary, Tesla Motors will be on hand with their luxury electric Roadster and donating “24-Hours with the Roadster”.

Attendees will include special guest DJ Nic Hardcourt, Ali Fedotowsky & Roberto Martinez, Tinsel Korey (Emily in the Twilight Saga films), Marla Maples, Levin Rambin, Francia Raisa, Susan Burger, Toby Gad, Caroline Carver, Kenny Doughty, DJ Tina and Charlie Saxton.

City Hearts was founded in 1984 by Sherry and Bob Jason, who met as attorneys in the Public Defender’s Office representing youth charged with crimes. The husband and wife team believed then, as now, that the Arts are the powerful tools to communicate with and rehabilitate troubled youth at risk from gangs, drugs, school failure and crime. They created City Hearts, southern California’s preeminent Arts-based program of prevention,to transform and intervene in the lives of our communities’ most impoverished and at-greatest-risk children through performance and comprehensive Arts experiences. In 1993, City Hearts created the groundbreaking “Sentenced to the Stage” program for non-violent youthful offenders on probation, providing City Hearts as an alternative to traditional community service programs. Over 25 years, City Hearts has helped educate and inspire more than 27,000 children.

The event takes place at Saddlerock Ranch, Mulholland Highway, Malibu, on September 19.

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