Enjoy a day of tasting food and learning how and where it is locally grown and prepared at the “Grow, Cook, Savor” event on Saturday, June 1, at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria at the Central Library in downtown Sacramento.

The culinary program will feature cooking demonstrations with area master chefs, craft-beer tasting, food-theme exhibits, and discussions lead by regional agricultural historians and scholars. Attendees are also invited to record their favorite “food” memory at the StoryStation, which will be archived for future food researchers.

Hosted by the Sacramento Public Library, the event is part of the “We Are Where We Eat” library programs that bring awareness of Sacramento’s “foodscape.”

The event will be held from 10am-4pm at the Central Library, 828 I Street, Sacramento.

Tickets to the June 1 “Grow, Cook, Savor” event are $25 each. Proceeds will benefits the Sacramento Public Library.

For more information and to purchase tickets, contact Maryellen Burns or Elain Corn at wearewhereweat@me.com, call 916-768-6077, or visit www.we-are-where-we-eat.com.


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