Sacramento Earth Day is all about building community and finding ways to help residents of the Greater Sacramento Region reduce our ecological footprint. Attend the festival for the opportunity to learn about a vast array of methods to live more sustainably. Around 150 organizations and businesses will be exhibiting a multitude of practical information, goods and services that cultivate a healthier, greener way of living. You’ll also find a variety of fun activities to enjoy for the whole family, including live music, interactive educational games and a kids’ area. There will be several food vendors serving a range of plant-based (vegan) cuisine options. We’ll also have electric vehicles to check out, ask questions about, ride in or test drive! Featuring local art, environmentally-protective products and even valet parking for your bicycle! This is the largest Earth Day celebration in the Sacramento region. And admission is free!
PIZZA SUPREME BEING AND LOMADE
BAR & BOUJEE a night of fancy bar bites at Chargin's Bar & Gril
Elote Hush Puppies
homemade tajín, queso, crema fresca, cilantro
Middle Eastern Nachos
pita chips, lamb, feta red pepper sauce, pickled onions, fresh herbs
Wood Fired Pizza
Pepperoni or Margherita
Sumac Chicken Wing Lollipops
turmeric, dill ranch dipping sauce
All beverages will be sold by the bar.
Visit the link below to grab your ticket!
No Refunds after Sunday January 14th,2018
Please visit the eventbrite to purchase your ticket.
Arrive at 5:30 pm for a cocktail hour. Drinks crafted by Magie's bar. Snacks provided by Sacramento Slow Food Chefs Alliance.
Dinner begins at 7:00 pm.
Prix Fixe. Family Style. No Meat.
Slaw - sunchoke, fennel, herbs, lemon zest and vinaigrette
Ben (Pizza Supreme Being)
Fall Milk & Honey - roasted persimmons, toasted almonds, fresh ricotta cheese, local honey, olive oil, red mustard frisee, salsa verde
Squash Grits - harissa roasted cauliflower, tangy winter greens, apple salad
Scott (Origami Asian Grill)
Stroganoff - hand made pasta, spinach, red onion, celery root, wild mushroom
Paul (Origami Asian Grill)
Dessert - To be announced
The #RSTREETBLOCKPARTY returns JUNE 24 with an inspired party exhibiting:
LIVE MUSIC by: Rituals of Mine (DJ SET)
and the Makers Mart showcasing 40+ of the best handmade vendors in Northern Calfiornia, and
LIVE ART curated by Gallery1810,
FOOD from Pizza Supreme Being, Masa Guiseria,
Slightly Skewed, Fat Face Fuzion Eatz
KIDS ZONE curated by:
Society Church and Verge Center for the Arts ,
COLD beverages by Fieldwork Brewing Company Sacramento,
Bike Dog, and Sierra Nevada Track 7 Brewing Co.
Taking over R Street from 11th-13h Streets, this block party is sure to have everything you need to get inspired and excited about our burgeoning arts district !
Follow us on instagram @Rstreetblockparty and @makers_mart for news and updates!
Inspired by the warm California nights and the emerging trend of the food culture, GATHER is a take on the city as a dining table.
Set in a familiar, but unusual setting; this unique food event includes communal tables for out-door dining, a craft beer area, artisanal food vendors, designers, food demos, interactive art, live music and a modular kids park.
A community development project of NeighborWorks Sacramento.
The Oak Park Farmers market, now in its fifth year features a diverse group of vendors selling locally produced and delicious fruits and vegetables, specialty plants and sprouts, breads, cheese, mushrooms, eggs, tamales, fresh flowers and more! In addition to our vendors, the market also provides a variety of interactive activities each week, including live music from local bands, activities for children (story-telling, face painting, art projects), and information and giveaways from area non-profits and other organizations. We are conveniently located in beautiful McClatchy Park at 35th Street & 5th Avenue, across from McGeorge School of Law and 2 blocks from Old Soul Coffeehouse. Plenty of parking available!
First Fridays are gathering nights for residents of all ages! Swing by the North Natomas Regional Park on First Fridays of the month throughout the summer to for an evening out.
This event includes local food vendors and food trucks for outdoor dining, a beer garden, live music from local bands and vendors selling artisan products.
All locally sourced, First Fridays are not to be missed.
Invite a neighbor, tell a friend – see you out there!
New Helvetia Brewing Co. hosts an annual speaker series called "Beer Talks" featuring a renowned beer industry personality. Past speakers were Peter Hoey, BJCP Judge “Big Mike” Moore, and Lagunitas founder Tony Magee. Our first ever speaker was Dr. Charlie Bamforth in 2013, and we are excited to welcome back "The Pope of Foam" this year.
This is a ticketed event. $45 per ticket, must be purchased through Eventbrite link on this page. WHAAAAT? $45?! Yes, it's educational, entertaining and it's a very small gathering, only 50 tickets available. Plus, food & beer* are included. Forgot to mention that, did I?
Doors Open 5pm. Program runs 6 to 8pm. Last Call 9pm.
21 and over only. No children. No Pets.
* Disclaimer on included beer. Draft beer pints and glasses only. No bottles. No growlers. Anyone who is visibly intoxicated will not receive any additional beer and may be asked to leave. Please drink responsibly.
LIVE BANDS + PIZZA PARTY