Eat, watch, love
The fourth annual Sacramento Food Film Festival (www.sacfoodfilmfest.com) is back this year, taking place from March 19 to March 29. Founded in 2012 by Catherine Enfield (blogger at www.MunchieMusings.net, creator of the Have an Offal Day event and co-founder of SactoMofo), this year the festival has been handed over to the Food Literacy Center to become part of that organization's programming. The FLC's mission is “to inspire kids to eat their vegetables” and “teach low-income elementary children cooking and nutrition to improve our health, community and environment.” The Sacramento Film Festival will certainly do that—and also entertain the public with a bunch of food-related films (documentaries, feature-length films and shorts), pop-up dining events, parties, panel discussions and more. Some of the festival's events are free, and some cost money (up to $70) to attend. Purchase tickets to individual events online at http://foodliteracycenter.queueapp.com/events—quick, before everything's sold out.