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      May 9, 2013

      Thursday   5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

      1515 Q Street
      Sacramento, California 95811

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      Food-Cycle Celebration

      Celebrate the local food-cycle and composting with the restaurants, farms, schools and residentsthat complete the Food-Loop - Farm to Table /Table to Farm!" This is an educational festivalencouraging a sustainable Farm to Fork movement and the preservation of our fertile Valley soils. This event is a FREE Festival for Kids and Adults. See what Sacramento is doing to reduce foodwaste from going into our landfills and to replenish our region’s valuable soil. Music! Food Beer& Wine! The event celebrates International Compost Awareness Week and is sponsored by Atlas Disposaland will be a fundraiser for GRAS, with Free festival showcasing Sacramento’s premiere GreenSchools/ school and community garden programs. Live Music. “Zero-Waste” Event. FREE Compost Festival with: (last year’s line-up)Atlas Disposal, City of Sacramento, Sacramento Area Community Garden Coalition, CA FoodLiteracy Center, Slow Food Sacramento, Theodore Judah Elementary, Worm Fancy, RosemontHigh, Pesticide Watch, Edible Pedal, O.W Erlewine Elementary, Sacramento Natural FoodsCoop, Del Rio Botanical, More! TASTING - $25/personSelland’s Market, The Waterboy, Tuli Bistro, Mulvaney’s B&L, Restaurant Thir3en, Ella DiningRoom & Bar, Del Rio Botanical, Feeding Crane Farms, Luigi’s Pizza Beer & Wine (available): Sierra Nevada Brewery, Revolution Wines, Two Rivers Cider

      Categories: Festivals | Food & Wine | Fundraising & Charity | Health & Wellness | Outdoors & Recreation

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