First up ‘Anela Freeman and Mahela Ames join us to talk about the 6th Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival (SAF) on October 1, 2016.  A family friendly event, featuring live music, entertainment, vendors, community resources, educational workshops and hula hålau (hula schools) from all over California.  The Ka`onohi Foundation is a Cultural non-profit organization established to promote and educate the Sacramento community about Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander groups.

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For more information:

www.SacAlohaFest.org

 

Next, Melissa Granville from the Food Literacy Center will join us to talk about Food Literacy Month.  Vote for the Vegetable of the Year and enjoy Farm-to-Fork Restaurant Weeks!

 

For more information:

www.FoodLiteracyCenter.org

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Then, filmmaker Darrell Scheidegger joins us to discuss the trials and tribulations of his experience in making a short a film “The Last Laugh”.  For the  the 17th Annual A Place Called Sacramento Film Festival.

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For more information about A Place Called Sacramento

www.AccessSacramento.org

LiveWire airs at 5:00pm every Wednesday on on Comcast/Consolidated Communications channel 17, AT&T channel 14 and streaming from http://www.accesssacramento.org/channel_17.html