In 1969 Norman and Charlotte Strouse opened the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum to share the Story of Stevenson with the community of St. Helena and the people of the world. 50 years later, the RLS Museum has grown into the largest, publicly accessible collection and archive of Robert Louis Stevenson.

On November 2, join us in celebrating this milestone as we gather for An Evening to Treasure: Celebrating 50 Years of the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum.

The evening, hosted at Duckhorn Vineyards, will feature dishes from local restaurants with Chef Gary Jenanyan at the grill, a wide se

Special presentation of the first ever Stevenson Award for service to St. Helena and the RLS Museum to Don Fraser.

This will be an evening to gather and celebrate both the past and the future of the Robert Louis Stevenson Museum. We love being a part of the community of St. Helena and are eager to celebrate with you! 

Doors Open 5:30 PM


  • Occurred Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Duckhorn Vineyards

1000 Lodi Lane
St. Helena, CA 94574

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