Summer's winding down but the amount of food events are kickin' up, here's just a few:

August 28, 7pm
Kupro's Eat, Drink & Be Merry: This is the first in a series of family style dinners with Chef Marty Hutton and 10 "cullinights" (chefs, writers, growers, farmers, etc.). Tickets are $40 per person and are available in house.  (Tip" If you join the event via FB and get your tickets early...pre-sales are two-for-one.) (916) 440-0401
August 29
The 51st Annual Greek Festival featuring authentic cuisine and vibrant entertainment, Labor Day Weekend at the Sacramento Convention Center. The event kicks off Friday, August 29th at 11am and admission is FREE until 3pm. Doors close at 11pm. Saturday hours are 12pm to 11pm and Sunday 12pm to 9pm. Admission is $5.00 and children under 12 are free. (916) 443-2033
September 11, 5pm
GATHER is a social experiment based around the idea that a neighborhood that eats together, stays together and strengthens the community. This unique food event that will take place monthly on second Thursday evenings in Oak Park. The night will include communal tables for outdoor dining, a craft beer area, artisanal food vendors, designers, food demos, interactive art, live music and a modular kids park. Free admittance.

September 14, 9am-1pm
Assembly member Roger Dickinson is hosting a free Food Literacy Fair in partnership with the nonprofit Food Literacy Center and the Southside Park Neighborhood Association. 
For more info:  916-324-4676

September 14, 4pm
Foodstock: Head to Raley Field for the music festival and a pig roast benefiting Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and Soil Born Farms. While enjoying succulent pork down on the field, guests can cool off with craft brews and jam out to the sounds of MindX and Wonder Bread 5. Tickets

September 18, 7pm
Sacramento Burger Battle: Fifteen Sacramento area restaurants will cook up their best burgers in an epic charity cook-off and tasting event. $55 general, $75 VIP early entry. Tickets

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September 20, 12:30pm
The 20th California Brewers Festival will be held at Discovery Park. You'll be able to taste over 120 micro brews handcrafted by more than 65+ brewers from all over the country, including some foreign participants. In addition, delicious food from numerous food truck vendors will be available for you to purchase. General Admission - $45, VIP - $75, Designated Driver (for anyone not drinking alcohol including minors) - $5.

September 25, 530pm
River City Food Bank is hosting an evening of food trucks, beer and wine, and live music. Entrance ticket includes: a tour of River City Food Bank, 1 beverage ticket, 1 drawing ticket for a chance to win a trip on the Sac Brew Bike for you and fourteen friends. Tickets $20. (916) 446-2627

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September 27
Farm to Fork Festival: Attendees will find food, wine and beer from regional eateries and purveyors, as well as live music, cooking demonstrations, a kids’ zone, interactive booths from local grocers, farms and ranches and more. Location: Capitol Mall. Free.

October 10 & 11, Friday – 6 pm to Midnite / Saturday – 3 pm to Midnite
47th Annual Sacramento Turn Verein Oktoberfest. Admission at Door: $20 Adults / $5 Children (12 & Under). (916) 442-7360
November 7, 6pm
The Firefighters Burn Institute is hosting their “1st Alarm Chili Cook-Off” charity fundraiser. This charity event will allow guests to taste and vote for their favorite chili recipe, while enjoying beer and wine tasting, dessert, a silent auction, raffle and live music with dancing. All proceeds will benefit the Firefighters Burn Institute. $25 advance, $15 children ages 12 and younger, $30 at the door

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(916) 442-6802 or (916) 739-8525

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