On Friday, Oct. 2, the Yolo County Supervisor candidate invites locals to Yolo Fest for a night of food, drinks, music and conversation.
“Yolo County is a very special place,” Saylor said. “We have a lot to celebrate.“
The event features Monticello Bistro, Bledsoe Pork and Upper Crush Bakery. Wine and beer will be provided by Sudwerks, Wilson Vineyards and Rominger West Winery, according to a press release.
Musical entertainment will include Yolo Mambo and – Saylor’s personal favorite – Kate Saylor.
Supporters and residents are encouraged to come out and discuss issues relevant to Yolo County while enjoying a night on the town.
Saylor said that there is no single answer for the challenges that counties across California face. Financial struggles will continue, but Yolo County can find some solutions within its identity as an agricultural county.
“Yolo Fest demonstrates that identity and legacy by celebrating many of Yolo County’s products,” he said. “We are playing with the idea of Yolo Fest and making it a celebration of Yolo County produce. All food will be locally produced. It’s about fun and celebrating this bounty called Yolo County.“
Saylor has served the Davis City Council since 2004. He was previously a school board trustee for the Davis Joint Unified School District from 1995 to 2003, according to his website.
The election is June 8, 2010. Saylor seeks to replace Supervisor Helen Thomson of District Two, who is not seeking re-election.
Yolo Fest will take place at 732 B Street at the eco-friendly Shepard’s Close project, the six-home development in the middle of Davis.
Students are more than welcome to attend for a special price of $15. Regular price is $35. Please contact Chris Jansen at (916) 706-1404 or firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
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