Cancer Charity - Wine/Food Pairing: Grazin on the Green

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I am not going to manage the tickets this year.. Just putting this up as a way that everyone can know who is going and create some level of group environment under the tent at the tables. Tickets are available here:

https://www.sccbg.org/gourmetgrazingonthegreen

Your ticket will provide you entrance to single price RSVP provides you with an "all you can eat and drink" cancer charity event featuring many wineries,restaurants, and breweries from the area. Last years line up included:

Alfaro Family Vineyards; Allterra Solar; Armitage Wines; Ashby Confections; Bargetto; Beauregard Vineyards; Bottle Jack Wines; Burrell School Vineyards; Café Cruz; Café Rio; Cantine; Cinnamon Bay; Corralitos Brewing; Creative Cultures; Discretion Brewing; East Side Eatery; Equinox; Fresh Frep Kitchen; Goose Organic; Hallcrest; Hive and Hum; Hula's Island Grill; k deznyz jewelry; Kathryn Kennedy; La Vie Wellness; Laura Chenel; Loma Prieta; MJA Winery; Monterey Chocolate Company; Muccigrosso Vineyards; Muns Vineyards; New Bohemia Brewing Co; New Leaf; Niman Ranch; Notso Hot Sauce; O' Neill; Odonata; Pacific Coffee Roasters; Pelican Ranch; Pure Valley Water; Real Good Fish; Red Room; Redwood Hill Farm; Ridge Vineyards; Roudon-Smith; Sandbar Solar; Santa Cruz Ale Works; Santa Cruz Mt Brewing; Santa Cruz Mt. Vineyard; Santa Cruz Fish Co; Crystal Springs; Seabright Brewery; Sids Smokehouse; Smart Chicken; Sones Cellars; SunRidge Farms; Surf City Sandwiches; The Cremer House; The Crow's NestRestaurant; The Shadowbrook; The Turkey Boat; Uncommon Brewers; Venus Spirits; Via Vega; Vida Oliva; Villa del Monte Winery; Wargin Wines; Wrights Station Winery; Zameen Mediterranean Cuisine

Grazing on the Green is a charitable fundraising event of SCCBG, a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of life for people living with cancer in the Santa Cruz community. Working with a dedicated group of volunteers and partners, SCCBG raises community consciousness through events and outreach and provides vital financial support for several Santa Cruz beneficiary organizations: Hospice of Santa Cruz County, Jacob’s Heart Children’s Cancer Association, Katz Cancer Resource Center, WomenCARE Cancer Advocacy, Researchers from the University of California at Santa Cruz and the Teen Kitchen Project. Over the last decade, SCCBG has distributed more than $1.5 million to directly support the Santa Cruz community