Saturday • September 19 • 4:30–8:30pm

3000 Hurley Way, Sacramento
$60 per person • Purchase Tickets >

Join us for an evening at the farm on Hurley Way, an urban agricultural oasis nestled in the heart of the city. Walk through the gardens, enjoy live music, sample seasonal and organic food prepared by prominent local chefs. Taste exceptional wine, beer and celebrate the harvest season under the stars. Don’t miss this traditional farm-to-fork event; get your tickets early!

$60 per person
Please get your tickets in advance at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
1900 Alhambra Blvd., or from Soil Born Farms (916) 363-9685.
Available online www.soilborn.org. Tickets will not be available at the door.
Space is limited, get your tickets today!

Proceeds benefit Soil Born Farms Urban Agriculture
& Education Project 501(c)(3).

The Waterboy
Magpie Café
Yellowbill Bakery
Grange Restaurant & Bar
OneSpeed
Centro Cocina Mexicana
The Patriot
Selland Family Restaurants
Biba
Silva’s Sheldon Inn
Mulvaney’s B&L
Shoki Ramen House
AME-Mean Eats
Bella Bru Baking Company
A Healthy Kitchen
Pushkin’ Bakery
Soil Born Farms

Equal Exchange
HOT ITALIAN
Old Soul Co.
Cultured Kitchen
Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese Co.
Sierra Nevada Cheese Co.
Cypress Grove Chevre
Dad’s Kitchen
The Roaming Spoon
Freeport Bakery
Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
North Valley Farms Chevre
Pedrozo Dairy & Cheese Co.
Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasters
Roxy Restaurant & Bar
Fiscalini Cheese Co.
Federalist Public House & Beer Garden

Hoppy Brewing Co.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Rubicon Brewing Co.
Ruhstaller
Two Rivers Cider
Revolution Wines
Honey Run Winery
Epic Wines & Wine Bridge Imports
Dancing Coyote Wine
Muddy Boot Wine
Moniz Family Wines

Capay Valley Vineyards
Clarksburg Wine Company
Boeger Winery
Bogle Vineyards
Sean Minor Wines
Holly’s Hill Vineyards
Ninkasi Brewing Company
Bos Wine
St. Amant Winery
Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co

Ticket sales benefit our
education program.

$60 per person
Please get your tickets in advance at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op
1900 Alhambra Blvd., or from Soil Born Farms (916) 363-9685.
Available online www.soilborn.org. Tickets will not be available at the door. Space is limited, get your tickets today!

Proceeds Benefit Soil Born Farms Urban Agriculture
& Education Project 501(c)(3).

This is a zero-waste event


 

Farm Stand: Saturdays 8am to 12:30pm

Fresh, Seasonal, Local and Organic Vegetables and Fruit

Kurt Spataro at Farm StandTaste and purchase fresh from the field produce and enjoy organic coffee and delicious Magpie Café baked goods. Stock up on tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, potatoes, basil, lettuce, kale, chard, beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, garlic, cherries, corn, winter squash, pumpkins, strawberries and more. Fun activities, tours and classes!

Fun activities, tours and classes every Saturday, May 23 through mid-November, 8am to 12:30pm at the American River Ranch.

August 29 on the Farm:

8am to 2pm: Free Garden Clinic! Sign up for clinic classes >> After the garden clinic or in between classes, pick up your fall and winter plants at our Fall/Winter Plant Sale. We will have seasonally appropriate vegetables, culinary and medicinal herbs, and edible perennials such as ashitaba and tree collards. Additionally, we will have native plants from Elderberry Farms and succulents from The Succulent Marketplace for sale.

Join us for an all-levels Yoga class from 9 to 10am in the Outoor Classroom led by Summer Ward and other local yoga teachers including Stacey Swimme, Michelle Sweezy, Ellie Holloway, Jim Meek, Halsey Boyd and Linda Thepot. The suggested $10 donation helps support our educational programs and projects including construction of a shade structure over the outdoor classroom.

Jimbo, Johnnie & Junior will be performing in the barn.

We encourage you to bike or walk to the ranch, bring your shopping bag, and take a self-guided tour around the farm. Cash and EBT accepted. (Photo by Joan Cusick)