A flock of bright white pigeons flew from the spacious William and Stephanie Lake Estate in La Cresta delighting the first guests of the return of the annual Santa Rosa Plateau Garden Party on Saturday, May 18.The Garden Party, presented in partnership with The Nature Education Foundation at the Santa Rosa Plateau and the William and Stephanie Lake Foundation, offered a “Spring into Swing” theme highlighted by an afternoon jazz music performance by the Second Hand Jazz band playing under a 500-year-old Coastal Oak. Guests enjoyed a garden and nature education vendors, food booths and raffle prizes.The nonprofit NEF is in its 16th year presenting the La Cresta area Garden Party after a hiatus of four years because of the COVID-19 pandemic and fires. This year, under the warn sun
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