Give Back Tuesday feat. Freedom From Hunger @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
We at Putah Creek Winery participate in ‘Give Back Tuesdays’ where you can buy wine for a local cause. We donate 15% of every Tuesday wine retail sales to a non profit. This month is ‘Freedom From Hunger’. Local Davis organization, Freedom from Hunger brings sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against hunger and poverty Freedomfromhunger.org
Sep 28 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Davis Farmers Market: Picnic in the Park @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Bring the whole family, shop the Davis Farmer’s Market and enjoy the International Food Faire* and beer and wine garden. Kids activities include pony rides from Pony Ranch Parties, Bouncing Bungalows, and Rocknasium’s  rock-climbing wall. Live music from local bands who play Rockabilly, Blues, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop/Rock, Surf Music, World Music, Big Band, Swing, Jazz and Dixieland. *International Food Faire Indian Food Kathmandu Kitchen – Meat & Vegetarian Indian Dinners & Samosas Raja’s Tandoor – Tandoori Wraps & Momos Thai Food Thai Recipes – Pad Thai, Curry, Spring Rolls American Food The Buckhorn – Tri-tip Steak, Chicken Breast Sandwich, Salads Davis Food Coop – Mac & Cheese, Turkey Wraps, Vegan Wraps, Organic Milk The Hotdogger – Hotdogs, Sausages, Corndogs, Garlic Fries Mexican Food Montoya’s Tamales – Burritos, Tamales, Horchata, Fresh Strawberry Drink California Seasonal Cuisine Ciocolat – Local Seasonal Cuisine Monticello Bistro – Local Seasonal Cooking from the Market Our House – Local Seasonal Cuisine Pizza Village Bakery – Variety of Pizza Desserts and Drinks The Hotdogger – Ice Cream Cones & Floats Davis Creamery – Seasonal Fresh Ice Cream Soroptimist/Venture Club Beer and Wine Garden Local brewery Sudwerks beer and local wine – Proceeds support local charities.
Poetix: Brokenness & Wholeness @ Davis Community Church  | Davis | California | United States
A gathering for the spiritually inquisitive who might not cross the threshold of a church on Sunday morning. Davis Mayor Robb Davis will share a story that highlights human resiliency and the gifts we each can bring to our communities to enhance the common good. Art, storytelling, music and movement foster a sense of community that meets people wherever they are in their personal spiritual journey. Participants will be invited to live their questions more than answer them, trusting that answers come. Casual and family-friendly. All are welcome.
Author Event - The Rangity Tango Kids with Lorraine Rominger @ The Avid Reader | Davis | California | United States
The Rangity Tango Kids is the story of a German Catholic farm family in 1950s and 1960s California, by Rominger, the eldest of 17 grandchildren. Born into a loving, hard-working, highly competitive family, and united by a strong faith, every day was an adventure growing up on a bucolic American farm. The land provided her, her siblings and her cousins with a sense of place, an upbringing steeped in rituals and traditions that was in stark contrast with the values and preoccupations of the outside world.
Artist Reception for Solo Exhibitions of Kanna Aoki and Ted Fontaine @ John Natsoulas Center for the Arts | Davis | California | United States
Join us for an evening of art and refreshments as we celebrated the solo exhibitions of Kanna Aoki an Ted Fontaine. The exhibitions will run from September 28-October 24th. In 1985, Kanna earned a Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude in both Fine Art and Math at University of the Pacific, and was awarded Outstanding Senior in Art. Her primary medium at that time was serigraphy where the subjects of her work were distilled to composition, shapes and color. Soon thereafter she moved to San Francisco with her husband Mark van Bronkhorst and worked for several years in commercial surface design for clients such as Joe Boxer, Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn. Today, she paints urban and cityscapes finding the beautiful in the mundane. Ted Fontaine has always been interested in the transformed commerical/industrial environment as a means to discover an aesthetic beyond the face value ugliness that a strip mall might provide. Lately, he has been using man made objects that are are placed in human habitats as a starting point for te growth of any particular painting. He begins with automobiles, utility poles, roads, cars, houses and other objects and although the imagery is a starting point the process of painting quickly supercedes the original image. The formal elements soon take over in the process. The paintings are both about paint and about the image and what dominates is discovered at the end of the painting process. Sometimes the formal elements win and completely take over, and other times the fragments of the original idea will hold their place in the composition. This will be a must see event. More information at natsoulas.com
Oct 1 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Davis Farmers Market @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the market Saturdays 8am-1pm and Wednesday afternoons. Open year round, rain or shine, our Markets offer an array of fruits & vegetables, including certified organic produce, plus meats, chicken, fish & seafood, wine, local eggs & honey, fresh baked goods, flowers, plants & gifts. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller. Check out our baskets, Market logo wear & postcards at the Market Shed. No dogs allowed inside the Market, except for service dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the rest of Central Park during Market hours.
Oct 2 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Everybody Eats Community Meal @ Davis Community Church Fellowship Hall  | Davis | California | United States
It’s a free community meal and everybody eats! All are welcome for a light lunch and to be a part of the community at Davis Community Church. No strings attached! Come and enjoy the meal.
Oct 4 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Give Back Tuesday feat. Project Pink @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
We at Putah Creek Winery participate in ‘Give Back Tuesdays’ where you can buy wine for a local cause. We donate 15% of every Tuesday wine retail sales to a non profit. This month it’s Project Pink. Project Pink and The Breast Cancer Diaries is a 501-c3 non-profit organization supporting young women with breast cancer. Projectpinkdiary.com
Oct 5 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Davis Farmers Market: Picnic in the Park @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Bring the whole family, shop the Davis Farmer’s Market and enjoy the International Food Faire* and beer and wine garden. Kids activities include pony rides from Pony Ranch Parties, Bouncing Bungalows, and Rocknasium’s  rock-climbing wall. Live music from local bands who play Rockabilly, Blues, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop/Rock, Surf Music, World Music, Big Band, Swing, Jazz and Dixieland. *International Food Faire Indian Food Kathmandu Kitchen – Meat & Vegetarian Indian Dinners & Samosas Raja’s Tandoor – Tandoori Wraps & Momos Thai Food Thai Recipes – Pad Thai, Curry, Spring Rolls American Food The Buckhorn – Tri-tip Steak, Chicken Breast Sandwich, Salads Davis Food Coop – Mac & Cheese, Turkey Wraps, Vegan Wraps, Organic Milk The Hotdogger – Hotdogs, Sausages, Corndogs, Garlic Fries Mexican Food Montoya’s Tamales – Burritos, Tamales, Horchata, Fresh Strawberry Drink California Seasonal Cuisine Ciocolat – Local Seasonal Cuisine Monticello Bistro – Local Seasonal Cooking from the Market Our House – Local Seasonal Cuisine Pizza Village Bakery – Variety of Pizza Desserts and Drinks The Hotdogger – Ice Cream Cones & Floats Davis Creamery – Seasonal Fresh Ice Cream Soroptimist/Venture Club Beer and Wine Garden Local brewery Sudwerks beer and local wine – Proceeds support local charities.
Oct 7 @ 12:00 pm – Oct 8 @ 6:00 pm
 @ E Street Plaza | Davis | California | United States
  SCREEVER CHALK FEST 2016 Davis Downtown’s Fourth Annual Community Sidewalk Chalk Festival and Contest On Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8, from noon to 6 p.m., the community is invited to make their mark on the streets of downtown to create their own sidewalk chalk art! The contest is open to participants of all ages, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Additionally, professional street artists will create large masterpieces in various areas of downtown. There will be a live music stage, and a Screever Chalk Fest information booth at the E Street Plaza, where participants can pick-up chalk, register their squares, and enter into a prize raffle.
Oct 8 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Davis Farmers Market @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the market Saturdays 8am-1pm and Wednesday afternoons. Open year round, rain or shine, our Markets offer an array of fruits & vegetables, including certified organic produce, plus meats, chicken, fish & seafood, wine, local eggs & honey, fresh baked goods, flowers, plants & gifts. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller. Check out our baskets, Market logo wear & postcards at the Market Shed. No dogs allowed inside the Market, except for service dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the rest of Central Park during Market hours.
9th Annual Jazz and Beat Free Festival @ John Natsoulas Center for the Arts |  |  |
The Beat Goes On: A Unique Collaboration of Multimedia Performances Join in a rare opportunity to celebrate the renaissance spirit that characterized the American collaborative art scene in the1950s and early 1960’s for free at the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts of Davis, California. On October 8th from 1pm-10pm the 9th Annual Davis Jazz & Beat Festival will provide an interactive visitor experience featuring live performances in a wide array of artistic mediums. Performances by poets, painters, filmmakers and dancers will take place on two stages in the front of the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts. Notable artists include the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet, Winners of the 2014, 2015 and 2016 of best collegiate jazz group in the country as well as world famous writer poet actor and cultural icon, Peter Coyote who is a distinguished writer and poet and is the chairman and one of the founders of the California Arts Council and was a big part of the San Francisco counter culture – he will also be signing his book. Also featuring music headliner Amendola vs. Blades – Will Blades and Scott Amendola conjure various sonic deities though only a duo. In performance, Amendola and Blades cover everything from Avant-Garde to Funk, Bebop to Rock. Their live shows have been generating a buzz around the Bay Area. This is the only free festival, of its kind, in America! “Those for whom the San Francisco Beat phenomenon is merely the stuff of legend can get a taste of the real thing in an all-day conference sponsored by the John Natsoulas Gallery and Cultural Action Committee in Davis.” -Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle Friday, October 7th 7:00 pm Jack Kerouac Poetry Contest Saturday,[...]
i Loved You Better Before, Why Did You Have to Change? @ Unity of Davis | Davis | California | United States
In this enlightening event, you’ll see… • How nearly all relationships break down over time • Why your partner changes into someone you like less • See the #1 relationship improvement strategy that always backfires (it’s so common you probably used it today!) • Why love seems so hard at times, even though you try to make it better! And you’ll also … • Get a brand new possibility for your relationship • Get closer to love and connection • Get practical relationship tools that work! Join us! Come experience the power of LOVEWORKS! www.loveworksforyou.com For singles and couples, gay and straight
Opening Reception Dreamers, Altars, Words and Paintings Exhibition @ Gallery 1855 at Davis Cemetery  | Davis | California | United States
October 9, 2016 Opening Reception: “Dreamers, Altars, Words, and Paintings” Exhibition Exhibition dates: October 1-October 31st weekdays.Print by Jaime Montiel Gallery 1855 located at the cemetery office of Davis Cemetery & Arboretum will hold an art exhibition “Dreamers, Altars, Words and, Paintings” from October 1-October 31st. There will be a special opening reception on October 9th from 1-4:00pm. The exhibition will be held from October 1-October 31st. It will feature over 10 art screen prints by Jaime Montiel with the poetry text by locally and internationally recognized Poet Francisco X. Alarcón. The opening reception on October 9th will include a he opening reception for the exhibit will include food, indigenous dancers, and the Escritores del Nuevo Sol poets. Poet and Co-editor of “Poetry of Resistance: Voices for Social Justice” and a live dance performance. Odilia Galván Rodríguez will serve as emcee for the reception. Select prints will be available for sale.
Oct 11 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Give Back Tuesday feat. Project Pink @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
We at Putah Creek Winery participate in ‘Give Back Tuesdays’ where you can buy wine for a local cause. We donate 15% of every Tuesday wine retail sales to a non profit. This month it’s Project Pink. Project Pink and The Breast Cancer Diaries is a 501-c3 non-profit organization supporting young women with breast cancer. Projectpinkdiary.com
Oct 12 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Davis Farmers Market: Picnic in the Park @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Bring the whole family, shop the Davis Farmer’s Market and enjoy the International Food Faire* and beer and wine garden. Kids activities include pony rides from Pony Ranch Parties, Bouncing Bungalows, and Rocknasium’s  rock-climbing wall. Live music from local bands who play Rockabilly, Blues, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop/Rock, Surf Music, World Music, Big Band, Swing, Jazz and Dixieland. *International Food Faire Indian Food Kathmandu Kitchen – Meat & Vegetarian Indian Dinners & Samosas Raja’s Tandoor – Tandoori Wraps & Momos Thai Food Thai Recipes – Pad Thai, Curry, Spring Rolls American Food The Buckhorn – Tri-tip Steak, Chicken Breast Sandwich, Salads Davis Food Coop – Mac & Cheese, Turkey Wraps, Vegan Wraps, Organic Milk The Hotdogger – Hotdogs, Sausages, Corndogs, Garlic Fries Mexican Food Montoya’s Tamales – Burritos, Tamales, Horchata, Fresh Strawberry Drink California Seasonal Cuisine Ciocolat – Local Seasonal Cuisine Monticello Bistro – Local Seasonal Cooking from the Market Our House – Local Seasonal Cuisine Pizza Village Bakery – Variety of Pizza Desserts and Drinks The Hotdogger – Ice Cream Cones & Floats Davis Creamery – Seasonal Fresh Ice Cream Soroptimist/Venture Club Beer and Wine Garden Local brewery Sudwerks beer and local wine – Proceeds support local charities.
Oct 14 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
UC Davis Softball Golf Fundraiser @ Davis Golf Course | Davis | California | United States
Join us for our 2nd Annual Golf Fundraiser where you can meet the 2017 UC Davis Softball team, golf, eat and drink at our BBQ and support the team in a Silent Auction.
Oct 14 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2nd Friday Art About feat. Pete Scully @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
Come and see the great urban sketches of Pete Scully and enjoy some most excellent wine too!! Pete Scully is an urban sketcher and an avid keeper of sketchbooks. He left north London in 2005 to pursue other options in California but misses proper Cadbury’s chocolate. Holds his pen a funny way. He sketches the world as he sees it, he sometimes writes a few things, and generally keeps pretty busy. Petescully.com
Oct 14 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
2nd Friday ArtAbout @ Various Locations
A monthly evening of open galleries and artists’ receptions at businesses, galleries and other art-friendly locations in Downtown Davis and beyond. Events occur year-round, are free and open to the public. Many venues include receptions, refreshments and opportunities to meet artists. Each venue has their own specific times. See the monthly 2nd Friday ArtAbout Guide and Map for specifics (available at the Pence Gallery and online at davisdowntown.com/2nd-friday-artabout during the week of the ArtAbout).
UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences College Celebration @ UC Davis ARC Pavilion | Davis | California | United States
College Celebration On Friday, October 14, 2016 the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will bestow the Awards of Distinction at its 28th annual College Celebration. The event is held each year at harvest time to celebrate the advancement and accomplishments of our college and its impact on agriculture and the environment. The Award of Distinction is the highest recognition presented by the college to individuals whose contributions and achievements enrich the image and reputation of the college and enhance its ability to provide public service. Treat yourself to a delightful outing with delicious hors d’oeuvres and excellent wines. The evening culminates with a farmers market where attendees dismantle the “welcome display” and take home a bag packed full of California’s freshest produce and grains.
Reel Rock 11 - The year's best climbing films! @ Brunelle Performance Hall - Davis Senior High School | Davis | California | United States
Rocknasium – in partnership with CRAGS – is proud to host Reel Rock 11 on Friday October 14, 2016! When: Friday, October 14, 2016 Doors open at 7pm, ShowTime at 7:30 Where: Brunelle Performance Hall Davis Senior High School 315 W. 14th Street, Davis, CA 95616 How to buy tickets: Tickets are available online at Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/reel-rock-11-in-davis-friday-october-14-2016-tickets-27743442383 AND In store at Rocknasium – in person OR by phone at 530.757.2902. Tickets will be $12 in advance OR $15 at the door so buy your tickets NOW! A portion of the proceeds goes to preserving climbing access now and for the future in the greater Sacramento and Lake Tahoe regions! Ticket sales are final. There are no refunds. Thanks!
Oct 15 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Davis Farmers Market @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the market Saturdays 8am-1pm and Wednesday afternoons. Open year round, rain or shine, our Markets offer an array of fruits & vegetables, including certified organic produce, plus meats, chicken, fish & seafood, wine, local eggs & honey, fresh baked goods, flowers, plants & gifts. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller. Check out our baskets, Market logo wear & postcards at the Market Shed. No dogs allowed inside the Market, except for service dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the rest of Central Park during Market hours.
Oct 15 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
California Raptor Center Fall Open House @ California Raptor Center | Davis | California | United States
Join in for the annual Fall Open House at the California Raptor Center. Special presentations will demonstrate fascinating features of raptor biology and ecology; and visitors will be able to see many non-releasable raptors out on the glove. You’re also invited people to join the Hawk Walk which starts earlier. Visitors over the age of 21 will have the opportunity to sample selections from Mendocino Brewing Company.
Oct 18 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Give Back Tuesday feat. Project Pink @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
We at Putah Creek Winery participate in ‘Give Back Tuesdays’ where you can buy wine for a local cause. We donate 15% of every Tuesday wine retail sales to a non profit. This month it is Project Pink. Project Pink and The Breast Cancer Diaries is a 501-c3 non-profit organization supporting young women with breast cancer. Projectpinkdiary.com
Oct 19 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Davis Farmers Market: Picnic in the Park @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Bring the whole family, shop the Davis Farmer’s Market and enjoy the International Food Faire* and beer and wine garden. Kids activities include pony rides from Pony Ranch Parties, Bouncing Bungalows, and Rocknasium’s  rock-climbing wall. Live music from local bands who play Rockabilly, Blues, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop/Rock, Surf Music, World Music, Big Band, Swing, Jazz and Dixieland. *International Food Faire Indian Food Kathmandu Kitchen – Meat & Vegetarian Indian Dinners & Samosas Raja’s Tandoor – Tandoori Wraps & Momos Thai Food Thai Recipes – Pad Thai, Curry, Spring Rolls American Food The Buckhorn – Tri-tip Steak, Chicken Breast Sandwich, Salads Davis Food Coop – Mac & Cheese, Turkey Wraps, Vegan Wraps, Organic Milk The Hotdogger – Hotdogs, Sausages, Corndogs, Garlic Fries Mexican Food Montoya’s Tamales – Burritos, Tamales, Horchata, Fresh Strawberry Drink California Seasonal Cuisine Ciocolat – Local Seasonal Cuisine Monticello Bistro – Local Seasonal Cooking from the Market Our House – Local Seasonal Cuisine Pizza Village Bakery – Variety of Pizza Desserts and Drinks The Hotdogger – Ice Cream Cones & Floats Davis Creamery – Seasonal Fresh Ice Cream Soroptimist/Venture Club Beer and Wine Garden Local brewery Sudwerks beer and local wine – Proceeds support local charities.
The Impromptu at Versailles @ Pence Gallery |  |  |
The Art Theater is proud to present Molière‘s one-act comedy, The Impromptu at Versailles, October 21-29 at the Pence Gallery as part of their Art After Dark series. A special performance on October 29 will include music by the Sacramento Baroque Soloists, including dance music by Lully, the dancer and composer with whom Molière collaborated on court entertainment for Louis XIV. Performances will take place in the Main Gallery, where on exhibit will be the annual forgery show by twelve painters from the Mt. Shasta region. Playing with the idea of originality, these artists use their technical prowess to investigate well-known examples of western art history. From revised, updated versions of masterworks, complete with modern apparel or situations, to remarkable facsimiles of originals, the Mt. Shasta painters engage visitors with their “forgeries”. Written in 1663, The Impromptu at Versailles is a comedy about actors and acting styles for comedy and tragedy, showing us Molière turning a satirical eye on himself and his own troupe of actors in a virtuosic display of meta-theatricality. In this unique adaptation by Timothy Nutter, the Art Theater uses Molière’s play to mimic and satirize itself and the Art Theater’s realistic acting style. The Sacramento Baroque Soloists are a professional baroque music ensemble dedicated to creating vibrant, engaging performances of music from the 17th to 19th Centuries. The ensemble was formed in 2001 by Lisa and Michael Lawson and has performed yearly subscription series since 2004, performing works from Uccellini and Gabrielli to Lully, from Vivaldi to Biber and Bach. Please join us for this multidisciplinary, multimedia event at the Pence Gallery!
Oct 22 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Davis Farmers Market @ Central Park | Davis | California | United States
Farm-fresh, feel-good food fills the market Saturdays 8am-1pm and Wednesday afternoons. Open year round, rain or shine, our Markets offer an array of fruits & vegetables, including certified organic produce, plus meats, chicken, fish & seafood, wine, local eggs & honey, fresh baked goods, flowers, plants & gifts. Everything sold in the market is either grown by or made by the seller. Check out our baskets, Market logo wear & postcards at the Market Shed. No dogs allowed inside the Market, except for service dogs. Leashed dogs are welcome in the rest of Central Park during Market hours.
The Impromptu at Versailles @ Pence Gallery |  |  |
The Art Theater is proud to present Molière‘s one-act comedy, The Impromptu at Versailles, October 21-29 at the Pence Gallery as part of their Art After Dark series. A special performance on October 29 will include music by the Sacramento Baroque Soloists, including dance music by Lully, the dancer and composer with whom Molière collaborated on court entertainment for Louis XIV. Performances will take place in the Main Gallery, where on exhibit will be the annual forgery show by twelve painters from the Mt. Shasta region. Playing with the idea of originality, these artists use their technical prowess to investigate well-known examples of western art history. From revised, updated versions of masterworks, complete with modern apparel or situations, to remarkable facsimiles of originals, the Mt. Shasta painters engage visitors with their “forgeries”. Written in 1663, The Impromptu at Versailles is a comedy about actors and acting styles for comedy and tragedy, showing us Molière turning a satirical eye on himself and his own troupe of actors in a virtuosic display of meta-theatricality. In this unique adaptation by Timothy Nutter, the Art Theater uses Molière’s play to mimic and satirize itself and the Art Theater’s realistic acting style. The Sacramento Baroque Soloists are a professional baroque music ensemble dedicated to creating vibrant, engaging performances of music from the 17th to 19th Centuries. The ensemble was formed in 2001 by Lisa and Michael Lawson and has performed yearly subscription series since 2004, performing works from Uccellini and Gabrielli to Lully, from Vivaldi to Biber and Bach. Please join us for this multidisciplinary, multimedia event at the Pence Gallery!
Dia de los Muertos Celebration @ Davis Cemetery District | Davis | California | United States
Join us for our annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration on October 23rd at the historic Davis Cemetery grounds. This celebration is one of the last Mesoamerican indigenous influenced rituals, honoring mother earth and all ancestors. This celebration is part of an effort to create community, a sense of belonging, and global awareness of cultural richness in our multicultural society. The Dia de los Muertos Celebration will include Danza by Kulpulli Tlayolotl, Marachi Puente, Escritores del Nuevo Sol Poets, Musician David Campos, Free Rang Singers, Dancer Justine Villanueva, and others. Traditional hot chocolate and pan dulce treats will also be available. There will be a collective altar honoring all ancestors, including Poet Alarcón. This event is free and open to the public. Everyone is welcome to contribute to the public altar. This event will coincide with the Gallery 1855 artist exhibition : Dreamers, Alters, Words and, Paintings”featuring over 10 art screen prints by Jaime Montiel with the poetry text by locally and internationally recognized Poet Francisco X. Alarcón. For more information or for your organization to display an altar on October 23rd, before 11 am, please contact event co-coordinator Melissa Moreno at mmmorenophd@gmail.com or Cemetery Director Kristi Dvorak at cemetery@dcn.org
Oct 25 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Give Back Tuesday feat. Project Pink @ Putah Creek Winery |  |  |
We at Putah Creek Winery participate in ‘Give Back Tuesday’ where you can buy wine for a local cause. We donate 15% of every Tuesday wine retail sales to a non profit. This month it’s Project Pink. Project Pink and The Breast Cancer Diaries is a 501-c3 non-profit organization supporting young women with breast cancer. Projectpinkdiary.com