Wine, Women and Film Festival, National Honey Month Concert Series

This year, the Wine, Women & Film Festival will be held at the Seka Hills Olive Mill and Tasting Room located at 19326 Rd. 78 in Brooks.

“The Wine, Women & Film Festival, a live event focused on supporting women in the wine and film industries, is thrilled to announce its upcoming live independent film lineup and award winners,” a statement said. release of the film festival.

The 3-10 p.m. event will include a wine tasting, buffet, live jazz performance, awards show and live movie screenings beginning at 6 p.m., according to the release.

“The talent in this showcase is staggering, narrowing the field down to 15 films to view was a challenge for the judging team,” noted festival director and co-creator Wendy Watts in a month-long press release. ‘august. “In addition, the award-winning music videos will be screened live during the awards segment.”

Tickets are $100 and are available by visiting wine-women–film-festival.ticketleap.com/wine-women–film-festival.

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Woodland’s The HIVE kicks off its National Honey Month Concert Series with the Katie Knipp Band from 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday at 1221 Harter Ave.

“A young Elvis was asked who you look like,” the event’s website said. “His response, ‘I don’t look like anyone.’ The same could be said for Katie.

Knipp is a three-time Billboard Blues Top 10 artist “equipped with a powerful voice and plays a variety of instruments from boogie woogie piano to slide guitar,” the website added.

The HIVE will host a series of free concerts every Saturday between September 10 and 24. The upcoming concert will feature Bomba Fried Rice on Saturday, Sept. 17 with Latin dance music from a “diverse cast of people from around the world and the Davis community,” according to the website.

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The Friends of Clarksburg Library will be hosting their annual Wines of Clarksburg and Art Auction fundraiser from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, September 18 at the Heringer Ranch located at 37375 Netherlands Rd.

“Enjoy an elegant afternoon of gourmet tastings, local wines, live music, gift basket auction and art auction featuring artists of Sacramento and the Delta,” the event’s website pointed out. “Our poster this year was created by renowned Sacramento artist Patris, who will be featured at the event and her work will be available for purchase. Patris will paint on location and live music will be provided by Midtown Jazz”

Catering Acoustic Events will prepare small bites and What The Flowers will provide floral decor for the event, according to the website.

“Proceeds from this event will benefit the Clarksburg Library, which is the only community-owned public library in California,” the website noted. “The library has served not only the Clarksburg community, but functions as the main library for Delta Elementary Charter School, Clarksburg Middle School, and Delta High School.”

Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased by visiting facebook.com/Clarksburgartwineevent. Tickets will cost $75 on the day of the event, according to the website.

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Porchfest Winters returns for its third annual musical walk from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 18 in downtown Winters.

“This year’s event is expected to bring even more top musicians and performers of all kinds to our city,” the event’s website pointed out. “We will have food trucks and live music all afternoon for your enjoyment.”

The website noted that people don’t need to live downtown to host a group if they’re interested, because “we hope the whole city will come alive.”

“Be sure to follow the Facebook page for live updates, opportunities to volunteer, get involved as an artist or add your home to the footprint and host a group or two” , the website pointed out. “You can even recommend a favorite band and request to host at the same time.”

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Gerald R. Schneider