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Capay fundraising dinner celebrates local food

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From page A5 | October 05, 2012 |

A Taste of Capay, a meal featuring food grown on farms and ranches in and around the Capay Valley, is planned from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 21, at Capay Organic, the Barsotti farm that is home to Farm Fresh to You. Chefs from the Cache Creek Casino Resort will prepare the meal.

Guests will enjoy local wine, live music and bidding on auction items to raise money for Capay Valley Vision, a nonprofit organization established to help preserve and promote the Capay Valley.

The event began nine years ago as a small group of neighbors coming together to showcase the bounty of the local area and has developed into a grand production with a guest list of more than 350. This is the sixth year Cache Creek Casino Resort and the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation will sponsor and cater the event, showcasing the talents of executive chef Stefan Cheng and Anthony Harrington.

Tickets are $55 each. To purchase them, email [email protected], stop by the Esparto Fire Station at 61960 Yolo Ave. in Esparto or call Maya Walker at 530-867-5603.

For more information, visit www.capayvalleyvision.org or call Sue Heitman at 530-219-5736.

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