Harvest Dinner benefits Ag History Project
The Agricultural History Project's 27th annual Harvest Dinner on Saturday will bring local food, beer, music, dancing, raffles and a pair of auctions to the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds just outside Watsonville. Chef Ken Schwan, founder of Monterey Bay Caterers, will cook up a buffet for the event.
The Harvest Dinner, set for 5:30-10 p.m., is a major fundraising event for the Agricultural History Project, which aims to preserve, protect and learn from the stories and artifacts of California's farming and ranching communities.
Tickets are $60 each and available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/273718. The Sage Brush Band will perform. Call 724-5898 for more information.
Wreath-making workshop coming to DIG
Dig is bringing back wreath-making workshops in time for the holidays, with 2 p.m. classes slated for Nov. 17 and 24 and Dec. 8. In these Saturday classes, participants will be shown how to create long-lasting wreaths from scratch. Made from traditional pine and fir, wreath-makers will be able to adorn their creations with fresh, locally grown foliage, including evergreens, leucadendrons and berries.
The cost is $65 and includes all materials.
Dig is at 420 Water St., Santa Cruz. For details, call 466-3444 or visit www.diggardennursery.com.