2024 PBS KVIE Garden Party

Join us for an afternoon gathering and fundraiser inspired by the beloved PBS series All Creatures Great and Small on Masterpiece. This exciting outdoor event will be held at Summertime (circa 1928), the home of Randy Reynoso and Martin Camsey in Sacramento. Enjoy fresh, inspired selections from regional restaurants. Bid on a curated selection of items and experiences. Tickets will go quickly!

Your ticket price of $250 will include small bites, beverages of the season, and complimentary valet parking. Space is limited. All event proceeds benefit PBS KVIE, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Tickets available online or by calling 916-641-3507.

Host Committee

Lynn Matsuda and Sue Scotland, Co-Chairs

Board of Directors

Roy Brewer • Nancy Brodovsky • Cassandra Ferrannini • Pramila Kriplani •
Greg Larsen • Debbie Manning • Lynn Matsuda • LeShelle May •
Paul McClure • Ken Menges • Beth Miller • Dr. Nkiruka Catherine Ohaegbu •
Brandon Pace • Dr. Praveen Prasad • Josh Pulliam • Sue Scotland •
Cyril Shah • Janine Southwick • Colleen Spitz • R. Brooks Whitehead

About Summertime

Summertime is a classic Monterey Colonial style home. This architecture was first developed in Alta, California, and popularized by immigrants from the New England region of the United States who moved west to California in the mid-1800s.

In 1928, the Wulff family built Summertime as their family home. At that time, the neighborhood consisted of only two semicircular streets (Crocker and Hopkins Roads) in the middle of hop fields.

While the home has had several prominent owners, Lieutenant Governor Edwin Reinecke is the most notable. Mr. Reinecke ran on the same ticket as Ronald Reagan and their wives were close friends from their early days in Hollywood. During that time, the Reineckes (like the Reagans) hosted many celebrated individuals and celebrities at Summertime, including Frank Sinatra, Liberace, and Jimmy Stewart among others. Today, owners Martin Camsey and Randy Reynoso proudly display an official invitation bearing the lieutenant governor’s seal and Neil Armstrong’s signature from an event honoring the astronaut shortly after his historic walk on the moon. Messrs. Camsey and Reynoso have owned the home since 2010. They completed an extensive renovation in 2014, restoring Summertime back to how it might have looked new in 1928.

Thank you to our sponsors!

Bank of Marin


Kaiser Permanente

Murphy Austin Adams Schoenfeld LLP

SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union

Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

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2023 Raffle Prize Donors