Sip & Snack at the MAC – The Galt Area Historical Society presents its eighth annual wine, food and beer event on the last Saturday in July for ages 21 and older.  All proceeds go to support the historical ranch.  The evening includes wine, beer and gourmet food tastings, live music and dancing under the stars, hayrides around the ranch and tours of the restored farmhouse complete with period antiques. For More Information: www.galthistory.com

 

Elk Grove Summerfest – Elk Grove Summerfest is back for their second year in Elk Grove Park!  What do you get when you combineElk Grove’s growing craft beer scene, wine from around the valley, the gourmet food of local food trucks, and beautiful Elk Grove Park? Forks, Corks, & Kegs, of course!  Come out and join the second annual event under the canopy of trees – plenty of shade and entertainment.  Elk Grove Summerfest will feature 50+ beers and wines, along with several food trucks, vendors, games, and other entertainment.  Last year they had the “strong man” contest at the High Striker.  Ring the bell this year and you’ll walk away with a glass pint that says you did.  Plenty of space out on the grass so bring a blanket and enjoy the day! For More Information:elkgrovesummerfest.com

 

 

For Love & Harmony & Torched – Also on Live Wire, this weekend only Calstage presents: A Weekend of Calmusic at Calstage! Darden: On tour “For Love & Harmony” 

One performance Only July 15th at 2PM. You won’t want to miss this unique performance by Darden, a dynamic four-piece ensemble of sisters. They bring an “Alternative Americana” sound to the stage.

CHRIS WILLIAMS: “Torched: Songs That Ruined Our Lives” JULY 13,14 at 8PM, and JULY 15 at 6PM! California Stage invites you to get Torched! with Christine Williams, as she performs her cabaret show. This workshop production is written and performed by Ashland actor and director Christine Will

iams and directed by local director Megan Cooper. Join Chris as she explores the crazy world of singing songs written by men for women to sing about how they are supposed to feel about men, assisted on the piano by local music director Gerald Rheault Raised to wait and then left behind, what’s an ingénue to do? If songs have power to shape our lives, then it matters what we choose to sing. One girl’s journey to finding her voice. For More Information:www.calstage.org