The Blind Tiger Speakeasy Gala

Posted on May 14

Transport yourself to the lost world of Prohibition-era Sacramento, brought back to life for one night only by the Historical Old Sacramento Foundation. On May 15, Fat's Catering & Banquet House in Old Sacramento is being transformed into a glamorous 1920s speakeasy for the Blind Tiger Speakeasy Gala. Guests will be treated to classic cocktails, a flow of appetizers, games of chance, music, dancing, and a silent auction. The event organizers are keeping it authentic, too. The windows of the venue will be blacked out, and guests should expect to be greeted at the door through a sliding peephole. There's also a rumor that the police have heard about the event and are planning a (mock) raid.

Guests to this hidden event should be dressed up in their 1920s best, be that flapper dresses and long beads or cuffed trousers with fedoras. Once in costume, guests can take photos with the beautiful vintage cars (donated for the evening by the California Automobile Museum) parked out front before imbibing on that outlawed liquor. For more information, see here.

What: The Blind Tiger Speakeasy Gala
When: Thursday, May 15, 5:30 p.m.–9 p.m.
Where: Fat's Catering & Banquet House, 1015 Front St., Old Sacramento
Cost: $75

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Make-A-Wish Foundation's 27th annual Wine and Food Fest

Make-A-Wish Foundation's 27th annual Wine and Food Fest

Images from the Make-A-Wish Foundation's 27th annual Wine and Food Fest Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Sacramento Convention Center. Guests were treated to food and drink from nearly 100 local eateries and bars. Other vendors auctioned off wares and services ranging from hand-woven free trade baskets to modern art work and vintage photographs. Proceeds from the event went to the charity’s mission of arranging experiences for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

Published: Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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