A La Carte: Hold on to your hats

  • 5/5/2013: B11:

    PC: Mistress of Ceremonies Susan Graff demonstrates walking the catwalk as she hosts the 14th Annual Meals on Wheels Derby Day benefitting Council on Aging's Meals on Wheels program on Saturday, May 4th at Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards in Windsor. (Scott Manchester/The Press Democrat)

<strong>WINDSOR: Annual Derby Day benefit at Sonoma-Cutrer</strong>

The 15th annual Meals on Wheels Derby Day to benefit the Council on Aging's program will sound the trumpet fanfare at 11 a.m. May 3 at the Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards.

The event kicks off with an hors d'oeuvres and wine reception and continues with a four-course, Southern-style luncheon prepared by chefs from Backyard in Forestville, Sweet Tea's Restaurant + Bar in Santa Rosa, Zazu Kitchen + Farm in Sebastopol and John Ash -amp; Co. in Santa Rosa.

Guests will compete in Best Dressed and Most Fabulous Hat contests. The event culminates with a live and silent auction and a live screening of the 140th Kentucky Derby.

Tickets are $150. To reserve, call 525-0143, x 146, or go to <a href="http://councilonaging.com" target="_blank">councilonaging.com</a>. Sonoma-Cutrer is located at 4401 Slusser Road.

<strong>SEBASTOPOL: Village Bakery reopens at Barlow Center</strong>

Village Bakery of Sebastopol, owned by Sebastopol native Patrick Lum, has moved and reopened in the Barlow Center.

"We're happy that construction is actually done and we're open for retail business," Lum said. "We are doing full breakfasts and lunches, and we may expand into a dinner menu."

The bakery offers 25 seats inside, with an additional 20 seats outside on the patio.

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