September Food Events

By Ashley Bennett

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Posted September 4, 2013 in Web Only
SEPTEMBER FOOD EVENTS

 

Thurs, Sept. 5: Then & Now: The Mismatch Between Modern Food and Human Evolution

It’s time to get serious about food. Join Professor Nick Reeves as he dives into a comparative history of modern food versus the food which our early ancestors ate.

7pm. $8. Mt. San Jacinto College, Western Science Theatre, 2345 Searl Pkwy., Hemet, (951) 791-0033; www.msjc.edu.

 

Sat, Sept. 14 (Thru Oct. 26): Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest

It’s the closest thing you’ll get to the scenic Bavarian Alps of Germany for Oktoberfest—and the people here go all-out!

Big Bear Convention Center, 42900 Big Bear Blvd., Big Bear.

 

Sun, Sept 15: La Tomatina

As the “biggest tomato fight this side of Spain,” there’s no need for explanation.

4pm-7pm. Europa Village Winery, 22475 La Serena Wy., Temecula, (951) 216-3380; www.europavillage.com/events.

 

Sat, Sept. 21: 3rd Annual Hangar 24 Oktoberfest (Day 1)

Kicking off the first day of this two-day festival, Hangar 24 will be hosting polka bands, food trucks and of course—beer! All in support of The Redlands Optimist Club.

$5. Sylvan Park, 900-998 E. High Ave., Redlands.

 

Sat, Sept. 21: 5th Annual Grape Stomp and Harvest Festival

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always wanted to reenact that grape-stomping scene from I Love Lucy.

4pm-8pm. $30-$65. Lorimar Winery, 39990 Anza Rd., Temecula, (951) 694-6699; www.lorimarwinery.com.

 

Sun, Sept. 22: Blessings of the Wines, Grape Stomp and Harvest Festival

Join this celebration of grape stompin’ with live music and a romantic (tractor) rides through the vineyard.

$55. South Coast Winery Resort & Spa, 34843 Rancho California Rd., Temecula, (951) 587-9463; www.wineresort.com.

 

Sat, Sept. 28: Eat Drink Stomp

Fresh buffet, live music and more grapes than you can possibly imagine to stomp.

5:30pm-9:30pm. $69-$Callaway Winery, 32720 Rancho California Rd., Temecula, (951) 676-4001; www.callawaywinery.com.

 

Sat, Sept. 28: 13th Annual Jurupa Valley Food Fest and Auction

Sample cuisine from over 20 different local restaurants alongside a silent and live auction.

4:30pm-8:30pm. Jurupa Valley Spectrum, 8022 Limonite, Jurupa Valley, 92509.

 

Sat, Sept. 28: 3rd Annual Hangar 24 Oktoberfest (Day 2)

Hangar 24 will continue the festivities this weekend with “BeerFest!” where over 30 amazing breweries will be present.

$5. Sylvan Park, 900-998 E. High Ave., Redlands.

 

FOR THE MONTH

Thru September: Natural 9 Noodle Company is offering some awesome specials in celebration of National Rice Month (plus daily rice giveaways via social media).

 

FARMER’S MARKETS

Buy healthy, discover new personally owned businesses and have a blast!

 

EVERY SUN:

Claremont Farmers & Artisans Market

8am-1pm. Claremont Village, on Second St. between Indian Hill Blvd. and Yale Ave., (714) 345-3087; www.thevillageclaremont.com.

EVERY MON:

None.

EVERY TUES:

San Bernardino Farmers Fair and Market Night

6pm-9:30pm. Thru Oct. 29. Perris Hill Park, 1135 E. Highland Ave., (909) 384-5233.

EVERY WED:

Chino Farmers Market

5pm-8:30pm. Thru Aug. 21. Chino City Hall, 13222 Central Ave., (951) 500-4506; www.chinofarmersmarket.com.

Riverside Farmers Market

2:30pm-7pm. Thru Oct. 2. Between Township Hall and the Riverside Public Library.

EVERY THURS:

Upland Market Night

5pm-9pm. Thru Oct. East of Euclid Ave., between 9th and 2nd.

Redlands Market Night

6pm-9pm. On State St. between Orange and Ninth St.

High Desert Farmers Market

8am-12pm. Iower Campus

High Desert Farmers Market (Hesperia)

4:30pm-8:30pm. Thru Sep. 25.

EVERY FRI:

None.


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