Bush Presidential Library Dinner!

Tour the George W. Bush Library and Museum and then enjoy a sparkling wine reception in the Cafe 43 before your 4 station dinner with paired wines at each station.  


Tickets - select 1 person or 2 people below


March 25th, 2017

3:00 - 5:00pm, open for Chaine members to tour the Library on their own. You can tour, or even just show up at 5:00!

5:00 pm - Cafe 43 reception


Station 1 

Risotto with wild mushrooms and three cheese and spinach risottos

Wine paring - Jordan Chardonnay, Alexander Valley


Station 2

Red Wine Braised Ribs with asparagus, risotto and baby carrots

Wine pairing - Stags Leap Pettite Syrah


Station 3

Seared sea scallops over potato and crab hash with orange basil

Wine pairing - Etude Pinot Noir, Carneros


Station 4

Avocado display with New Orleans style shrimp Louis

Wine pairing - Groth Sauvignon Blanc, Napa


Cost:   $150 per person

RSVP:  by buying your ticket at the link below by MARCH 20, 2017. 

Below is the write up about the current exhibit at the library, in addition to the permanent displays.  

Growing out of President Bush’s own outreach and the ongoing work of the George W. Bush Institute's Military Service Initiative, Portraits of Courage brings together 66 full-color portraits and a four-panel mural painted by President Bush of members of the United States military who have served our nation with honor since 9/11 — and whom he has come to know personally.  

Portraits of Courage

Each painting is accompanied by the inspiring story of the veteran depicted, written by the President. Visitors can see the faces of those who answered the nation’s call and learn from their bravery on the battlefield, their journeys to recovery, and the continued leadership and contributions they are making as civilians.

Our men and women in uniform have faced down enemies, liberated millions, and in doing so showed the true compassion of our nation. Often, they return home with injuries—both visible and invisible—that intensify the challenges of transitioning into civilian life. In addition to these burdens, research shows a civilian-military divide. Seventy-one percent of Americans say they have little understanding of the issues facing veterans, and veterans agree: eighty-four percent say that the public has "little awareness" of the issues facing them and their families.

It is President Bush’s desire that these stories of courage and resilience will honor our men and women in uniform, highlight their family and caregivers who bear the burden of their sacrifice, and help Americans understand how we can support our veterans and empower them to succeed.


Tickets - select 1 person or 2 people below