Open Sesame

In partnership with America’s Farm-to-Fork Capital, Sacramento Public Library, Slow Food Sacramento, Valley Vision, & UC Davis, we will host a screening of Open Sesame, a thought-provoking documentary about the importance and impact of saving heirloom and open-pollination seeds on our health, environment and economy. Following the film, a panel of local experts will discuss how we can do our part locally! 

Tickets Available Now! - RSVP

Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Time: 5:00 PM-8:30 PM

Location: Library Galleria (828 I St. Sacramento 95814)

Film: Open Sesame – Watch the trailer.

Food: Appetizers inspired by Slow Food America’s Ark of Taste provided by:

  • Brenda Ruiz, Biba Restaurant
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Elaine Baker


  • Neil Thapar, Food and Farm Attorney of the Sustainable Economies Law Center
  • Peter Ruddock, chair of the Ark of Taste Committee of Slow Food California

Ticket Information:

Tickets Available Now! - RSVP


  • Free*

*This event is FREE, but requires RSVP to attend.  Event is subject to capacity and availability.

RSVP Ticket Includes:

  • Free movie screening
  • Panel discussion/Q&A
  • Free appetizers
  • Dessert bites
  • Beer & wine for sale