Spotlight: Dream Foundation Flower Empower

This week the Noozhawk recaps the Flower Empower event we put on at Bates Ranch!

Rincon Events worked in collaboration with Valerie Banks to pull together the Dream Foundation's Annual Luncheon, Flower Empower!

Hope Blooms at Dream Foundation’s Annual Flower Empower Luncheon

Supporters gather at historic Bates Ranch House to raise funds and awareness for organization’s programs and dream-granting mission.
The Dream Foundation’s sixth annual Flower Empower Luncheon was held Thursday under cloudy skies and artful white tenting adjacent to the historic Bates Ranch House overlooking Rincon Point near Carpinteria.
— Noozhawk

A successful event all around. The Foundation raised $15,000 while Rincon Events served wine, champagne and a trio plated salad and mini sweets for dessert.

Rincon Events at Roar and Pour

Roar and Pour at the Santa Barbara Zoo was a huge success! This is a great event where guests can sip wine at sunset while visiting the animals, ride the train and grab snacks from food trucks and Rincon Events! 

I attended the zoo event last weekend. While walking with friends a woman offered us a piece of your amazing pizza. Soon everyone was talking about it even though we never figured out where it was located. It was one of the best things that I have ever tasted. It made the event for me! I have read the ingredients, but that crust was spectacular and I am from CHICAGO! So glad I found out about your company!!
— Cheers,Sheila O'C 🍷🍕

This year we served

  • Thin Crust Pizza Fresh Mozzarella, Parmesan Cheese, Oven Dried Roma Tomatoes, Lemon Zest, Parsley, and Basil
  • Pesto with Chicken, Artichoke Hearts, Pine Nuts, Mozzarella, and Parmesan Cheese

  • Specialty Cheese and Charcuterie Plates

  • Poached Salmon, Quinoa and Cous Cous Trio Plates

Podcast with Our Owner, Marc Borowitz!

By Mark Sylvester at 805Connect

"MAKING PEOPLE HAPPY. FINDING YES.

Marc Borowitz, the founder of the Rincon Beach Club and Rincon Events talked with Mark about their 30-year history of Mark eating Marc’s food. Marc started Rincon 32 years ago and has grown his business into a regional powerhouse having fed thousands and attended to the weddings of hundreds of brides. It’s a great conversation about how hospitality can be brought into any business.

No is not a part of our vernacular”

Topics included;

  • The Wedding business in Santa Barbara, as a destination for brides from around the world.
  • Corporate catering and how local businesses take advantage of Marc’s great service
  • Three things that Marc would teach someone about Hospitality;

1. Desire. Have a desire to make people happy.

2. Practice. Get in the reps, rehearsals. Ask, “How could we make it better?”

3. Imagination. Think about pushing the envelope, turning client ideas into reality.

  • His philosophy about employee education – hint: It never stops
  • His favorite thing to cook himself and a fun thing he does with friends and family
  • What Marc thinks about when you say Workforce Wellness.

Marc has been catering for projects with Mark since his early days at Wavefront, then onto introNetworks and is the caterer for TEDxSantaBarbara."

"Public Officials Sound an Optimistic Tone at Carpinteria State of the Community"

A repost from the Noozhawk about this weeks Carpinteria Chamber of Commerce Meeting at the Beach Club

Lt. Michael Perkins of the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department was among local officials who spoke Friday at the Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 State of the Community luncheon. (Sam Goldman / Noozhawk photo)

Lt. Michael Perkins of the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department was among local officials who spoke Friday at the Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 State of the Community luncheon. (Sam Goldman / Noozhawk photo)

"The city of Carpinteria is looking pretty good these days, according to array of public officials who spoke Friday at the Carpinteria Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 State of the Community luncheon.

Held at the Rincon Beach Club, the event hosted some 200 local business leaders and community notables, and featured presentations on the states of the city, the county, the school district, and the fire and sheriff’s departments." - By Sam Goldman, Noozhawk Staff Writer