We have three opportunities for you to support the Vista Arts Center AND get your name out there! Between the unique and exotic Wild West Steampunk Mystic Masquerade, a chance to support local visual artists at the exquisite 509 Tour De Arts, and the artistry of Affiniti at our third annual Celtic Christmas Concert, there is something for everyone and every business!
Let’s make the Vista Arts Center a reality! If you, or someone you know is interested in sponsoring any of these events, with all proceeds going to the ACTF and Vista Arts Center, please contact us here or
Mystic Masquerade: Wild West Steampunk
October 7, 2017 - Uptown Theatre - Richland, WA
If your target market includes the younger generation or simply the young at heart, the Wild West Steampunk Masquerade could be the opportunity for you. This is the third year the Task Force has partnered with Mystic Party Solutions to sponsor a costume party featuring decadent food; wine and beer; dancing; and lively entertainment. Sponsorships range from Iron level ($500) to Gold level ($5000) with corresponding benefits.
509 Tour de Arts
October 19-21, 2017
Similar to the Parade of Homes for patrons of the visual arts. It opens with an evening of art and wine at Tucannon Cellars followed by a two-day self-guided tour of 40 artists at work in their studios, and an open-air exhibition in the vineyards. The Task Force has teamed with Cyber Arts 509 to sell sponsorships for this event, because the visual arts will be an important feature of the Vista Arts Center. If your target market caters to individuals with income levels of $150K/year or more who love the visual arts, this event features a wide range of sponsorship opportunities and benefits for you.
Celtic Christmas Concert
featuring the Dublin-based women’s trio Affiniti with a special appearance by Howard Crosby
December 12, 2017 - Three Rivers Convention Center
The concert will be hosted in the Convention Center this year to accommodate a larger audience. The pure soprano voice of Emer Berry will float on the harp and violin accompaniment of Aisling Ennis and Mary McCague, providing a holiday blend of classical, rock, and Celtic music. Crosby, a Walla Walla business owner, croons tunes from his Uncle Bing’s era, including some of his most famous songs. Sponsorships range from $1000 to $7500 with commensurate benefits. Sponsors will be invited to a private reception with the artists right after the event and be listed as patrons of the Vista Arts Center in the new facility.