Mark Your Calendar for Elk Grove's Largest Food & Wine Festival
Elk Grove welcomes the 9th annual Taste of Elk Grove April 20, 2013.
More than 60 local restaurateurs, wineries and breweries will offer a delicious combination of Beer and Wine, ethnic foods, family favorites, and culinary specialties feeding more than 700 people at the Asian Sports Foundation facility in Elk Grove. Ths year's event is for those aged 21 and over only, and features an outdoor beer garden, as well as VIP Private reserve tickets that offer early admission and access to special food and wines and gifts not available to those with General Admission tickets.
• The Taste of Elk Grove runs from 6:00 p.m till 9:00 p.m.
• The Taste of Elk Grove is presented by the Rotary Club of Laguna Sunrise.
$40 dollars General Admission 6-9 pm-no early entry
$50 dollars Geraral Admission at the door-no early entry
$60 dollars VIP Private reserve tickets allow 1 hour early admission
Attendance this year is limited to those aged 21 years and over
A raffle and silent auction are also part of the event.
Money raised from this event is used as seed money for the important hands-on work of the Rotary Club of Laguna Sunrise. Our two main beneficiaries this year include the Elk Grove Food Bank and Chicks in Crisis, as well as other Community and International non-profit causes.
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Laguna Sunrise Rotary Club
Rotary is an International organization with over a million members and over 30,000 local clubs in over 200 countries. Our motto is "Service Above Self"
Rotarians are neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.
The Laguna Sunrise Club is committed to both local and international service projects and uses the money raised at this event exclusively for those purposes. We are a 501c3 charitable organization. Previous local recipients include the Senior Center, the Teen Center, My Sister's House, Chicks in Crisis, Runnin for Rhett, Albee Aware, emancipated foster youth housewarming baskets, free dictionaries for title 1 elementary schools, and academic and leadership scholarships for local students. Our international projects include building houses for poor families in Ataco (Elk Grove's sister city in El Salvador,) providing safe drinking water to schools in Mexico, equipping a lunchroom in a school in Santos, Brazil, providing wheelchairs to people in Peru, and providing solar lanterns for villages in Ghana.