2 events: Honey Festival, Cinco de Mayo

California Honey Festival will take place in downtown Woodland with over 110 vendors, music, and a honey lab on May 7th.

Al Eby, the festival's founder, highlights the importance of embracing agriculture, bees, and pollination in Woodland and Yolo County.

Drake's: The Barn will host a Cinco de Mayo celebration on May 6th, featuring tequila pouring from Teremana Tequila and music from My Cousin Vinny, Mike Diamond, and Vato Trampa.

Three Sisters Gardens will host an “All Nations Indigefest” at River City Farm on May 13th, featuring live performances, food, culture, and resources to support Three Sisters Gardens’ Ag Youth Leadership Development program.

The Old Sugar Mill will host a cheese workshop with wine pairings for Mother's Day on May 8th.

Attendees will enjoy cheese, wine, and learn about the best cheese pairings and how to create their cheese box.

Tickets for the event are $75 per person, and members of Clarksburg Wine Club and Old Sugar Mill subscribers will receive discounts.

The festival will benefit Three Sisters Gardens' Ag Youth Leadership Development program.

The events will feature music, food, culture, and live performances.

These events are opportunities to celebrate different cultures and support local organizations in Woodland and Yolo County.