The Santa Cruz Heritage Food Project was launched in 2012 to research and share some of the interesting stories behind the County we love, and the foods we love to eat. Come hear the adventures of amateur historians as they navigate local archives and discover fascinating histories and delicious recipes along the way. The talk will focus on how a few local crops, wine grapes, Logan berries, and Pismo clams, shaped the foodie culture of Santa Cruz.
Talk will begin at 7 pm. Prior to the talk, a brief cooking demonstration by the Teen Kitchen Project will begin at 6:30 pm.
$15 General | $10 Child | Members $5 off.