EVENTS



Tomato Luncheon and Heirloom Tomato tasting

Sunday, Aug. 29 2010, 2-4 pm

$40 per person

Featuring a three-course meal prepared from tomatoes by Chef Michael Tuohy of Grange.
Click here to purchase tickets.



Slow Food Membership Potluck

Sunday, September 19th 12 PM, Southside Park

Bring a potluck item to share, a blanket or chair, dishes and utensils, and your own non-alcoholic beverage.

 



Lunch Line Screening

Sunday, September 26th 7:00 pm

w/M.O.B.S. @ The Guild $6 admission

Lunch Line follows the personal story of six high school students from Chicago who enter a cooking contest to create a healthier school lunch and end up serving their winning meal to congressional leaders and touring the White House with executive mansion chefs. The tale of the students from Tilden Career Community Academy High School is interspersed with archival footage and interviews with current leaders from both ends of the lunch line, including government officials, school food service experts and activists.

Tickets at the door.

 



Annual Harvest Dinner

Monday, Oct. 18 2010

Slow Food Sacramento's Annual Harvest Dinner

Dinner at Mulvaney's with rollout of Snail of Approval
More information coming soon...

 


ALSO HAPPENING IN SACRAMENTO


Grange's Summer Author Series

Wednesday, August 18th 5:30-7:00pm

Placer County Real Food - Joanne Neft (author) and Laura Kenny (chef)
$45 per person

Grange Restaurant & Bar, specializing in locally grown and raised artisanal food, is delighted to celebrate a new cookbook featuring 360 recipes created using only ingredients grown in the Sierra Nevada foothills. The book is the project of Auburn resident Joanne Neft, who, with Chef Laura Kenny spent 2009 developing recipes using only the seasonal food purchased each week at farmers markets. For more information, click here

 



Fresh: the Movie

Friday, August 20, 6:30 pm

Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Community Learning Center, 1914 Alhambra Blvd.
$7, benefits One Farm at a Time

Fresh is a movie that celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system. Each has witnessed the rapid transformation of our agriculture into an industrial model, and confronted the consequences: food contamination, environmental pollution, depletion of natural resources, and morbid obesity. Forging healthier, sustainable alternatives, they offer a practical vision for a future of our food and our planet.

Organic popcorn and beverages will be available.

Register at the Co-op, 916-455-2667 or online here

 



Taste of History at Sutter's Fort

Saturday, Sept. 25 2010

$75 until September 3rd and $85 after September 3rd

Catered reception and dinner RSVP by Sept. 17
Benefits Friends of Sutter's Fort.
For details and reservations click here

 



Savor Sacramento

Saturday, Oct. 9 2010

Sacramento's International Food and Wine Festival

Inaugural event benefiting local charities including Soil Born Farms.
For details and reservations click here

 

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