California Nut Festival 10th Anniversary on April 16th

California Nut Festival 10th Anniversary

Want to taste amazing food, wine, and beer? Want to learn more about Northern California nut agriculture? Want to see wonderful products from local vendors, such as our roasted and seasoned almonds? Then you'll want to join us for the California Nut Festival at the Patrick Ranch in Durham, California on April 16th!

The California Nut Festival is celebrating its 10th Anniversary and they have planned a fantastic lineup of local food, agriculture awareness, and fun! The festival website states,

"Attendees have the opportunity to elevate their knowledge of culinary skills and locally grown foods, while also gaining a more clear understanding and appreciation of all that goes into producing the food they eat."

 There will be lots of gourmet food sampling, as well as wine and beer tastings. The event features culinary demonstrations, agricultural exhibits, and a number of local vendors selling products--including yours truly, Sohnrey Family Foods! We will be sampling all of our seasoned snack almonds and have all our almond products for sale. 

The event will also have two outdoor stages featuring local musicians and a art show featuring the works of local artists. There will be something for everyone, so bring the entire family and go nuts! 

When: Saturday, April 16, 2016

Where: The historic grounds of the Patrick Ranch Museum in Chico, California (Click here for Google Maps and directions).

Time: 11:00am - 4:00pm

Cost: General admission tickets to the California Nut Festival are $30 in advance (or $35 the day of the event) and can be purchased online or at any participating Tri Counties Bank location beginning on March 1, 2016.

Tickets for children ages 7-12 are $10 and the event is free for children six and under. Proceeds from the California Nut Festival support the historic Patrick Ranch Museum.

For more information be sure to check out the California Nut Festival website, the Patrick Ranch Museum website, and the Patrick Ranch Museum Facebook page.

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