The historic Dunsmuir Hellman Estate, site of the Art Deco Society of California's 33rd Annual "Gatsby Summer Afternoon".
Some 100 vintage autos were on display at the Art Deco Society's 33rd Annual "Gatsby Summer Afternoon".
Many of the classic cars at the Art Deco Society's 33rd Annual "Gatsby Summer Afternoon" range from 1918 to 1941.
Many attendees travel from long distances to display their fine automobiles and enjoy the afternoon at "The Gatsby".
In addition to a wonderful collection of vintage automobiles, vintage World War Two military vehicles were also on display at "The Gatsby".
Party goers enjoyed the music of Don Neely's world famous "Royal Society Jazz Orchestra" which performs at all the Art Deco's events.
Dancers from 18 to 88 enjoyed dancing to the hot rhythms of the "RSJO", which has performed at the annual event since its inception.
Over 1000+ picnickers in period dress enjoyed a pleasant day in the sun at the Art Deco Society's 33rd Annual "Gatsby Summer Afternoon".
Picnics ranged from tastefully simple to elaborate and elegant as attendees enjoyed the afternoon at the Dunsmuir Hellman Estate.
The Art Deco Society's "Decobelles" performed to an enthusiastic crowd in the Oakland hills near San Francisco, California.
Attendees enjoy great music and first-class entertainment from the Decobelles, in addition to dance contests and awards for 'best picnic'.
Don Neely sings to the enthusiastic crowd of over 1000+ attendees at the 33rd annual "Gatsby Summer Afternoon" in the San Francisco Bay Area.