Making Dreams Come True
We founded Lone Tree Events with one goal in mind: to design and produce creative and unforgettable events for every occasion. From small intimate affairs to large-scale parties, we strive to execute events that not only aim to impress, but also create unique experiences for our clients and their guests that last long after the fun is over.
At Lone Tree Events, we believe in creating unique moments that leave a lasting impression. What differentiates us from our competitors is that we really listen to our clients, creating distinctive events tailored to their specific needs and desires. Our innovative mix of solutions ensures that every detail is covered. Get in touch to learn how we can make your dream event a reality.
Mitch & Lynette Madruga, Owners
Turning a Vision into Reality
The owners, Mitch and Lynette, meet and dated in high school and married in 1987. They have 3 grown children and 1 very energetic grandson.
They love hosting events and have been the hosts of many yearly family reunions since taking the property over from Lynette’s mother and grandmother in 2011. One family reunion has evolved into a 3 day event filled with bonfires, BBQs, all night poker games, and all around family fun. An old west themed saloon was built in the barn to host the gatherings and is the stage for the lively poker games.
The idea of a venue started in 2017 when they were searching for a wedding venue for their oldest daughter. During the search it quickly became apparent the family property would be the perfect location. Construction on the venue started early in 2018 for the scheduled August wedding. Since then guests of the wedding have approached them requesting to use the property for their weddings sparking the idea of the venue.
Lone Tree Events is in rural San Benito County at the base of the prominent Santa Ana peak. The site is part of a fifth generation family owned and operated farm.
The property has been a producing vineyard and later a walnut orchard that was operated by Lynette's grandparents. As the old orchard began to die off they have slowly began to convert the orchard into a large vegetable/cut flower garden with future plans to add a fruit orchard and an additional 20,000 sq ft of lawn to host mini spring/summer/fall events.