Graton participates in local Asian community events

ROHNERT PARK, CA – Graton Resort & Casino is participating in several local events to support the Asian communities while welcoming guests to experience its Four Diamond quality standard casino and resort.

Graton is joining the Chinese Hospital to raise funds to support needs represented by the $35 million Momentum Fund. The funds will also be used to help protect those in SF Chinatown who are the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic and protect them from infection. The Chinese Hospital 26th Golf Tournament will be held on October 4 at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. Non-golfers are also welcome to join the VIP reception at 4 p.m. The event includes a live auction, an awards dinner, and wine.

In addition, Graton will celebrate the Filipino culture by sponsoring The Adobo Virtual Festival which is hosted by J.S. Camins Productions. While the pandemic is still ongoing, J.S. Camins Productions works to provide the best 360° virtual experience for the guest, ensuring good audience reception, and creating an impact for this year’s festival. Attendees will experience Filipino culture and the popular Filipino culinary dish “adobo” will be demonstrated.

Last but not least, Graton will be sponsoring the 33rd Annual Fall Benefit, A Night in Tuscany, hosted by the North Bay Children’s Center on October 30th. Dedicated to providing children from less fortunate backgrounds with equal access to quality care and early education, this gala fundraiser will help ensure that NBCC reaches their goal.  With this year’s event being set as a hybrid, guests will be given the opportunity to attend the gala in person or in the comfort of their home, with wine and a delivered 3-course meal for two while watching the live-stream program online.

Located in Sonoma County, Graton Resort & Casino has a commanding presence among the rolling hills of Northern California’s wine country. Owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, Graton Resort & Casino features table games, the latest slot machines, upscale and casual dining, plus entertainment options for visitors and locals alike. For more information, please visit

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