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'Sex and the City' star to attend Wine, Women and Shoes

'Sex and the City' star to attend Wine, Women and Shoes

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David Eigenberg, who plays Steve Brady in the TV show and film versions of “Sex and the City” and “Sex and the City 2,” will be the celebrity host for the Wine, Women and Shoes benefit for Planned Parenthood on June 27. 

Kathryn Hall is honorary chairwoman for the event, which takes place at Hall Winery in St. Helena. Proceeds benefit Planned Parenthood: Shasta-Diablo, the affiliate serving Napa Valley. 

Fifty local wineries and 20 restaurants from the Napa Valley will serve food and wine and more than 10 retailers will be showing and selling designer shoes, handbags and jewelry.

Tickets are $150, $250 for VIP admission, which includes VIP seating at the fashion show, valet parking, VIP wines and food and gift bags. A special rate is available for groups of 10 or more. For more information and to make reservations, visit and click on Wine, Women & Shoes 2010 or call 925-676-0505, ext. 5220.

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