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At Ken Batchelor, we value our associates and go through great lengths to create events that will be memorable and enjoyed by all. A great deal of planning and coordination is involved and several details hinge on an accurate attendance count. Details such as size of the venue, seating arrangements, gifts, floral, name tags, parking, ticket purchases and more are dependent upon our RSVP results.

For these reasons, it is important when you receive an invitation from Ken Batchelor in the mail or electronically, to:
  • Visit the RSVP website listed on the invitation. Any important details you need to know will be stored there
  • Accept or decline on the RSVP website by the deadline indicated
  • If you have replied "Yes", it is important that you attend the event assuming there are no extenuating circumstances
  • If you cannot attend the event, please reply "No". This is important for us to know. A non-reply is not considered a "No".
Thank you for assisting us. With your help, we will continue to provide memorable events for all to enjoy.

If you need to edit or submit your RSVP for the Sewell Holiday Celebration, please contact Daniella Giglio or Kristen Miller at


Date & Time

The Ken Batchelor Holiday Celebration will take place on Tuesday, December 15 at Six Thirty in the Evening.

Attire: Cocktail

Men's attire (suggested): Dark suits with a tie.
Women's attire (suggested): Short, elegant dress or little black dress.


6:30 pm Doors Open
6:30 pm Reception in Blackburn Patio
7:30 pm Guests Seated in Leeper Auditorium
7:45 pm Remarks: Mr. Sewell
8:00 pm Dinner Served
8:45 pm Coffee/Dessert Served
10:00 pm Conclusion

Museum galleries open from 6:30-7:30 pm.
Photos with Santa available all evening.


The McNay Art Museum

Situated in Northeast San Antonio, the The McNay Art Museum will serve as the venue for the 2015 Ken Batchelor Holiday Celebration.

Built by Marion Koogler McNay in the 1920s, the Spanish Colonial Revival residence opened as Texas’s first museum of modern art in 1954. In June 2008, the museum opened the 45,000-square-foot Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions designed by French architect Jean-Paul Viguier. The McNay also has a notable collection of works on paper, including prints by Goya and Picasso, and an outstanding theater-arts collection and library.

More than 150,000 visitors a year enjoy works by modern masters including Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The McNay is a prime example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, one of the many styles of homes that are on display in Alamo Heights.

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Complimentary Parking

All Sewell Associates will be provided with complimentary parking at The McNay Art Museum. The parking lot is located on the east side of the museum with access from North New Braunfels Ave.

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