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AUGUST

AUGUST

Summer Cooking Class

Eat, Play, Love Los Alamos

Clone 667 Pinot Noir Wine Tasting Flight

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11am–2pm at The Bear and Star, Los Olivos Sip on wine as you learn to make The Bear and Star classics of deviled eggs, cornbread, tri-tip and pie from the immensely talented and extremely entertaining Chef Trent. $120; tickets at TheBearandStar.com.

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1–5pm, Bell St., Los Alamos

At Riverbench Winery Tasting Room, Santa Barbara

A fun afternoon stroll through Los Alamos, sampling wines, beers, appetizers and desserts from local businesses. There will be an opportunity to win prizes too. Proceeds will benefit the Friends of The Library, Los Alamos. Tickets $40. Available at: squareup.com/store/friendsof-the-los-alamos-library

Sip through four expressions of clone 667 Pinot Noir. Experience three vintages of One Palm and the 2013 Tributary Pinot Noir in this deep dive into clone 667. Flight of four wine tastings for $20; free for club members. Tickets at Riverbench.com.

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AUGUST

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AUGUST 31– SEPTEMBER 1

Sustainable Swordfish Salute

Music. Wine. Food. Ranch.

Live Music at the Winery

6:30pm at Bluewater Grill, Santa Barbara

Harvest Winemaker Dinner 5:30–9:30pm at Alma Rosa Winery, Lompoc

3–6:30pm at Rancho San Julian

Bluewater’s legendary Chipotle Blackened Swordfish with Roasted Corn and Avocado Relish, featuring harpooned swordfish caught in local waters by the restaurant’s own private fishing boat, Pilikia, pictured above. Paired with handselected white wines. $40; 805 845-5121 to make a reservation.

A beautiful winemaker dinner at Alma Rosa’s Historic Ranch House honoring the start of Harvest. Featuring “Michelin Plate” restaurant First & Oak of Solvang, enjoy a perfectly paired four-course dinner that will blow you away. $165; more info and tickets at AlmaRosaWinery.com/visit/events.

Celebrate all that the end of summer has to offer at historic Rancho San Julian. Appetizers made from farm-grown produce, a wine tasting with local winemaker Alison Thomson of L.A Lepiane, tour and historical overview of the ranch with Elizabeth Poett and wine-paired dinner under the arbor. 21+; $125; TheRanchTable.com.

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SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

Farmers Market Cooking Demos

Field to Vase Dinner 5–8pm at Ocean View Flowers, Lompoc

Taste of Coast Village Road

Meet flower farmer Frank Costa of Ocean View and learn about the various flower varieties grown across hundreds of acres while enjoying an artisan dinner in one of the nation’s most unique coastal flowergrowing environments. Part of a series of intimate, must-attend gatherings. $185–$210; AmericanGrownFlowers.org.

Featuring the unique flavors of Coast Village’s burgeoning restaurant scene. Dozens of eateries from Montecito’s lower business district as well as local wineries and breweries will participate in this exclusive event. More info and tickets at CoastVillageRoad.com.

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SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

SEPTEMBER

Solvang Danish Days

Hardcore Cider Tour

Santa Barbara County Farm Day

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9am, 10am and 11am at the SB Farmers Market, at corner of Cota and Santa Barbara St. Sponsored by Ridley-Tree Cancer Center, this farmers market event will feature live cooking demonstrations. You’ll learn tips and techniques for preparing healthy, seasonal offerings at the market.

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14–15

Ride the Ranch 9am–3pm at Rancho San Julian For the first time, The Ranch Table is offering a horseback ride on historic Rancho San Julian. Get an overview of horse tack and riding tips from Elizabeth Poett and Jaye Ganibi from Vino Vaqueros. Enjoy a two-hour ride to the back of the ranch, traditional barbecue lunch and local wine. 18+; $500+. Book by August 14 at TheRanchTable.com.

Noon–3pm at Zaca Mesa Winery Relax and unwind at the winery Labor Day weekend with family and friends while you enjoy complimentary live music featuring Different Strings and Sean Wiggins. Pack a lunch and relax in the courtyard with a glass of wine in hand. Free to attend; wine available for purchase. ZacaMesa.com.

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Downtown Solvang California’s premier Danish heritage festival turns 83. Weekend highlights include Aebleskiver; Danish-style beer and wine garden; parades, music and dancing; axe throwing, a Viking encampment and a Solvang Food & Photo Tour. Live like a Viking and eat like one, too. More info and tickets at SolvangDanishDays.org.

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2–5pm on Coast Village Rd., Montecito

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1–4pm at Elings Park, Santa Barbara Enjoy unlimited tastings from some of the world’s top craft hard cider makers, savor mouthwatering food from local food trucks, groove to live music and purchase your favorite bottles to take home at the Core Store tent. $30+; SippingSyndicate.com/hard-core-cidertour/santa-barbara/.

At various farms in Santa Maria and Lompoc Kick off the weekend with a “Farm-toTable” dinner at Tres Hermanas Vineyard & Winery in Santa Maria on Friday. On Saturday, create your own itinerary to experience a day of agricultural activities and meet the farmers who grow the food you eat. For more info and tickets, visit SantaBarbaraCountyFarmDay.com.

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