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A fall food bounty

Oshman JCC hosts Hazon Farm to Table Food Fest

Head to the Palo Alto JCC this Sunday, Oct. 18, for a day of interactive, hands-on activities in celebration of the Jewish food movement. Catch a cooking demo led by Calafia Cafe Owner Charlie Ayers, plus a tasting and book signing; learn how to braid challah, make kosher cheese and sushi (yes, that's a thing); learn about gardening and planting from the Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County, and more. The free event runs from 2-5 p.m. at the JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. For more information and to RSVP, go to paloaltojcc.org or call 650-223-8656. To learn more about Hazon, a Jewish environmental organization working to build a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community, go to hazon.org.

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