Food and music on the weekend menu

May 21, 2013 by  

The Culinary Center, 4315 Arden Way in Sacramento is the site for a ‘Value Tour and Value Meals’ seminar, which will inform participants on how to purchase the best foods at the best prices for their budget.

The class will take place at 10:00 am on Saturday, May 25, and will be led by representatives from the Whole Foods Market. After the class, Chef Chris Chisholm will demonstrate delicious recipes for healthy and nutritious meals that can be made at home. Chisholm uses these same recipes to feed his own family for around $200 a month.

After cooking, guests can relax to tunes from the 60s at the ‘Wine, Tunes & Classics’ event at the California Automobile Museum, 2200 Front Street, just minutes from West Sacramento. The event is in conjunction with the 40th annual Sacramento Music Festival and runs throughout this weekend. Wine tasting is only available to patrons who are 21 years of age or older. The cost is $40 per person for just the wine event but, for $50, patrons can enjoy the wine tasting and one day’s admission to the music festival. With plenty going on, banner printing is likely to have been carried out to draw attention to certain areas.

As well as wine, participants will be able to enjoy wine tasting and specially prepared food. There will be a classic car show and music from the 60s – 70s performed by LC Diamonds. Lake County has more than 30 wineries in the region.

The 40th annual Music Festival will be held over four days and will feature blues, zydecco, bluegrass, Latin, jazz, wing and rockabilly music. For more information or tickets, call (707) 279-2633.

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