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2014 Farm-to-Fork Free Festival
Saturday, September 27th: 11am – 6pm

 

11:30 am – TBA

Coming Soon!

1:30 pm – TBA

Coming Soon!

3:30 pm – Trebuchet

Trebuchet is an indie-folk rock quartet from Petaluma, CA. Members: Lauren Haile, Paul Haile, Eliott Whitehurst and Navid Manoochehri.  These four met while attaining their music degrees from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA. Trebuchet originated in 2010, and have released an EP, and are releasing their first full length later this year.

5:00 pm – The Family Crest


The Family Crest
 is an American orchestral indie rock band based in San Francisco. The band is made up of seven core members and several hundred additional members who actively participate in recordings, live performances, and other creative projects.  In addition to Liam McCormick (lead vocals, guitar) and John Seeterlin (bass), the band consists of Charlie Giesige (drums), Laura Bergmann (flute, percussion, vocals), George Samaan (tenor trombone) Owen Sutter (violin, percussion), and Charly Akert (cello, percussion). Laura Bergmann, Owen Sutter, Charly Akert, and George Samaan are all classically trained (Bergmann, Sutter, Akert, Samaan, and Giesige hold degrees in music performance).

Demo Stage East

11:15 pm – CA Rice Commission – Paella – Kitty O’neal
12:30 pm – Danny Johnson Butchering Demo
1:45 pm – Lucca/Roxy – Rick Kushman
2:30 pm – Dozer, Sacramento County Ag Inspection Dog Demo
3:00 pm – State Fair
4:00 pm – Ettore’s
5:00 pm – Rabbi David Fresher Futures

Demo Stage West
Hosted by Laura McIntosh

11:00 am – Randall Selland
12:00 pm – California Farm Academy Graduation Ceremony
1:30 pm – Patrick Mulvaney
2:45 pm – Kaiser Permanente & Sacramento Kings
3:45 pm – CA Food Literacy
4:45 pm – Capay Tomato Festival Champion
5:45 pm – Dozer, Sacramento County Ag Inspector Dog

PARAGARY RESTAURANT GROUP
HOME CHEF WORKSHOP
11:00 am
Farm to Glass – Featuring Brad Peters, Bar Manager of Hock Farm Craft & Provisions
Learn how to utilize the seasons’ bounty to elevate simple cocktails at home.
12:00 pm
The Life and Times of Jimmy Nardello – Featuring Executive Chef Kurt Spataro and Nicolas Come of Nicolas’ Garden. Cooking with a variety of late season peppers and chiles
1:00 pm
Finned Royalty – Featuring Scott Ostrander, Chef of Esquire Grill
Selecting, cooking and preparing California King Salmon
2:00 pm
The Anatomy of a Burger – Featuring Pedro Depina, Chef of Cafe Bernardo R15
Cooking techniques and flavor combinations
3:00 pm
Masa Fantasies – Featuring Fidel Lopez, Chef of Centro Cocina Mexicana
Farm-to-table inspired Mexican street food
4:00 pm
A Whey with Curds, Featuring David La Roche, Chef of Hock Farm Craft & Provisions
Cheese making and stretching
5:00 pm
The Love Apple, Featuring Kelly Her, Chef of Cafe Bernardo Midtown
Flavors and textures of local Heirloom tomatoes

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Save Mart Tent – Demo Stage

10:30 am – Randal Selland
11:30 am – Randal Selland
12:30 pm – Randal Selland
1:30 pm – Randal Selland
2:30 pm – John Surla
3:30 pm – John Surla
4:30 pm – John Surla
5:30 pm – John Surla

Join us for the largest farm-to-fork event of the year — the second-annual Farm-to-Fork Festival on Capitol Mall in Downtown Sacramento.

Experience the best of the Sacramento region’s abundant food selection by sampling produce, meat, fish, wine, craft beer, cheese, olive oil and a wide array of everything related to farm-to-fork eating.

Designed to showcase where our food and drinks come from, the free 2014 Festival promises to be bigger and better than last year’s festival, which drew 25,000. With more food trucks, restaurants and expanded kids’ activities including a petting zoo, this year’s festival is packed with fun activities.

A live music stage will feature bands including The Family Crest and Trebuchet. At the other end of Capitol Mall, a demonstration stage will showcase chef demonstrations, presentations about food from organizations such as the Food Literacy Center and even a demonstration by everyone’s favorite California Agricultural inspector: a black Labrador retriever named Dozer — who will also be signing autographs all day.

WHAT:                   2014 Farm-to-Fork Festival

WHERE:               Capitol Mall
                              Between Third & Seventh Streets

WHEN:                 11 a.m.  – 6 p.m.  

COST:                   Admission is free; some vendors will charge for food and drink

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