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Enjoy a Slice of life at Picnic in the Park

Slice — Jeff Nelson, drums and vocals; Adam Ramirez, bass and vocals; Ken Bower, tenor sax, flute and percussion; Loretta, lead vocals and percussion; Felipe Becerra, congas, percussion and vocals; Steve Harvey, keyboards; Eric LaBolle, guitars; and (not pictured) Eddie Vidales, percussion — will perform R&B and Latin fusion music at Wednesday's Picnic in the Park celebration. Courtesy photo

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June 11, 2011 |

Slice will bring its own blend of rhythm-and-blues and Latin fusion music to Picnic in the Park on Wednesday from 5 to 8:30 p.m. in Central Park, Third and C streets in downtown Davis.

The band includes six Davis musicians and two Woodland musicians who have been making music together for the past few years.

The Davis Farmers Market is full of seasonal produce, including apricots, cherries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, peaches, nectarines, snap peas, bok choy, greens, lettuces, herbs, carrots and potatoes, plus local free-range eggs, honey, olive oil, jams, dried fruit, nuts, flowers and garden starts.

Guests can enjoy dinner at the international food fair featuring Caffé Italia’s “Pizza with a Purpose,” The Buckhorn, Ciocolat, Davis Creamery, El Mariachi, Fat Face, The Hotdogger, Kathmandu Kitchen, Monticello Bistro, Mustard Seed, Raja Indian Cuisine, Santa Fe Trading Co., Steve’s Pizza and Thai Recipes.

Members of Soroptimist International of Davis host a beer and wine booth, with proceeds benefiting local charities.

Children’s entertainment includes the bicycle-powered carousel, Rocknasium’s climbing structure, Bouncing Bungalows, face painting, and balloon-maker Dilly Dally the Clown.

For more information, call (530) 756-1695 or visit http://www.davisfarmersmarket.org.

Enterprise staff

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