Time for Goat Fest, Silicon Valley Restaurant Week and More

The kids from Redwood Hill Farm. (Photo courtesy of Redwood Hill Farm)

The kids from Redwood Hill Farm. (Photo courtesy of Redwood Hill Farm)

Fifth Annual Goat Festival

Who can resist these cute little kids?

You’re sure to melt when they make their usual appearance at the 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 20 Goat Fest at the Ferry Building Marketplace in San Francisco.

The goats are from famed Redwood Hill Farm in Sebastopol, which celebrates 45 years in business in 2013.

In addition to getting up close and personal with the goats at the fest, co-hosted by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture, you’ll get a chance to see cooking demos, sample goat milk products, and talk to producers.

All events will take place in the CUESA classroom in front of the Ferry Building.

Cheryl Forberg, nutritionist for "The Biggest Loser'' will appear at the fest. (Photo courtesy of CUESA)

Cheryl Forberg, nutritionist for “The Biggest Loser” will appear at the fest. (Photo courtesy of CUESA)

 

Get Ready for Silicon Valley Restaurant Week

Silicon Valley Restaurant Week,” which happens in October, is expanding to include a spring edition, April 24-May 1.

During that week, participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix-fixe dinners for a special price.

Among those participating will be: Il Postale in Sunnyvale, Zona Rosa in San Jose and Citrus in San Jose. For a complete list, click here.

Lunch & A Movie at Santana Row

That’s just what you’ll enjoy through May 31 at San Jose’s Santana Row.

Enjoy a two-course lunch special at participating restaurants there Mondays through Wednesdays, then present your receipt to the Santana Row concierge to receive a free matinee movie ticket to CineArts at Santana Row.

Restaurants include: LB Steak, Lark Creek Blue, Pasta Pomodoro, Rosie McCann’s Irish Pub, Sino, Straits, Thea Mediterranean, and Village California Bistro.

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3 comments

  1. 1

    Only something like Goat Week would happen in San Fran – I’ll have to forward that over to my friends who live out there. Hilarious!

  2. 2

    OMG they are really cute and adorable, Carolyn! :)

  3. 3

    Hi Carolyn
    thanks so much for the great article. This will be my first Goat Fest – so excited!
    hope to meet you there
    Cheryl

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