Bricoleur Vineyards & The Arc Minnesota

Quarantine Kitchen with The Arc Minnesota

In response to current shelter-in-place orders, Bricoleur Vineyards is proud to partner with The Arc Minnesota for Quarantine Kitchen! On June 24th, you can join this interactive wine tasting and cooking class from the comfort of your own home. Simply register in advance by purchasing one of the wine bundles below or donating directly to The Arc Minnesota and Bricoleur will send you an ingredient list with everything you need for the perfect night in. Once you’ve received your ingredients + ingredient list and wine, simply tune in on June 24th for an exclusive wine tasting with winemaker Cary Gott, followed by a cooking class with our Executive Chef Shane McAnelly. You’ll get a delicious home-cooked meal, and a portion of your purchase will be donated to The Arc Minnesota! 

Pickup & Delivery Information:

Delivery orders for outside of Northern California must be placed online by June 17, 2020

The Arc Minnesota Wine Bundle

($20 goes to The Arc Minnesota)

$100

Purchase

The Arc Minnesota 2-Bottle Bundle

($50 goes to The Arc Minnesota)

$180

Purchase

The Arc Minnesota Donation

(100% goes to The Arc Minnesota)

$25 – $250

Purchase

About The Arc Minnesota

Why Support The Arc Minnesota?

Mission

The Arc Minnesota promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, actively supporting them and their families in a lifetime of full inclusion and participation in their communities.

What They Do

The Arc promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, actively supporting them and their families in a lifetime of full inclusion and participation in their communities.

People with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families trust Advocates at The Arc for help in addressing issues that affect their lives. Advocates provide personalized information, navigation, and referrals on disability issues and systems throughout the lifespan. The Arc engages people in public policy advocacy to protect and promote the human rights of people with disabilities.

Who They Support

People with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families trust The Arc for information, assistance, education, and training. Disabilities may include autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, fragile X, Williams syndrome, and other disabilities.

Intellectual disability is a disability that occurs before age 18. People with this disability experience significant limitations in two main areas: intellectual functioning and adaptive behavior. These limitations are expressed in the person’s conceptual, social, and practical everyday living skills.

Many people with intellectual disability are mildly affected, making the disability difficult to recognize. Intellectual disability is diagnosed using standardized tests of intelligence and adaptive behavior.

The Arc’s Core Values

We value each person.

Every person has unique strengths and deserves a chance to use them.

We welcome each person.

We treat each person with fairness and respect.

We believe trust is freely given, not earned.

We are connectors.

We serve as ambassadors and change the world through our collaboration.

We unite people to build relationships and generate opportunities.

Our work and advocacy is life changing and we move communities forward.

We believe in and practice teamwork.

We are courageous.

Our work requires that we always speak the truth to protect human rights.

Our beliefs inspire us to go above what is accepted.

We welcome change as progress and opportunity.

Fear of failure doesn’t stop us.

We are tenacious and overcome obstacles.

We are accountable.

Integrity, discipline, and quality define our work.

We are personally responsible for our goals, actions and to deliver results.

We are resilient and will stay the course in the face of obstacles and setbacks.

We are consistent active, and engaged contributors.