When: Sun., Oct. 23 2011
A progressive dinner along the Santa Cruz River celebrates Tucson's local and heritage foods from 3 to 7 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 23. The event includes a three-course dinner with an entrée by Pasco Kitchen, a tour of the Community Food Bank's newest urban farm, a signing of Cooking the Wild Southwest, a viewing of the Arizona Heritage Food Wagon, and tastings of mole by Mano y Metate. $25; $10 ages 6 through 12; free age 5 and younger. Visit santacruzheritage.org for tickets and more information.