Wednesday

September 4, 2019

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NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

Supt. of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond continues his “media check-in” series to “discuss some of the top priorities the California Dept. of Education,” topics include “charter school agreement,” “Mental Health Student Services Act 2019” and “school construction and modernization funding.” 10 a.m., Dept. of Education Media Room, 1430 N St. Contact: 916 319 0818.


SAN FRANCISCO —  Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis and others support “SF Kids vs. Big Tobacco” campaign against Measure C, local measure going before voters in November that would overturn city’s restrictions on sales of flavored e-cigarettes. 11 a.m., City Hall Steps, 1 Carlton B. Goodlett Place. Contact: Matt Dorsey 415 640 6288.

Also listed: Jim Steyer, Common Sense Media; San Francisco Supervisors Norman Yee and Haman Walton.


EAST PALO ALTO — US Reps. Jackie Speier and Anna Eshoo; others announce $4.4 million federal grant to the City of East Palo Alto “to construct critical stormwater infrastructure along Bay Road,” say grant “provides the final piece of funding required for the city to complete the $15.2 million project to reconstruct Bay Road” that will “serve as a gateway to the Ravenswood Business District, running from the town center through the workplace core and terminating in a spectacular view of San Francisco Bay.” 11:30 a.m., 1885 Bay Rd. Contact: Katrina Rill, katrina.rill@mail.house.gov.

Also listed: Leonard Smith, US Economic Development Administration; East Palo Alto Mayor Lisa Gauthier.

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate — Session 10 a.m.

  • Governance and Finance (Mike McGuire, Chair), 9 a.m., Rm. 2040.
  • Rules (Toni Atkins, Chair), 9 a.m., Rm. 113.
    • Governor’s Appointees Required to Appear: As Secretary, State Transportation Agency: David Kim.
  • Budget and Fiscal Review (Holly Mitchell, Chair), upon call of chair, Rm. 4203.
  • Housing (Scott Wiener, Chair), upon adjournment of session, Rm. 3191.

Assembly — Check-in.

  • Budget (Phil Ting, Chair), 1:30 p.m., Rm. 4202. Subject — 2019 Budget Clean Up Bills.
  • Housing and Community Development (David Chiu, Chair), 11:30 a.m., Rm. 126.

California Channel Tentative Programming

  • Midnight

    Assembly Floor Session (9.3.19)

  • 2 a.m.

    Senate Floor Session (9.3.19)

  • 7 a.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 a.m.

    Road Trip with Huell Howser

  • 8:30 a.m.

    The Maddy Report 826: Brown’s Legacy and Newsom’s Agenda

  • 9 a.m.

    Senate Rules Committee LIVE

  • 10:30 a.m.

    Senate Floor Session LIVE

  • 1:30 p.m.

    Assembly Budget Committee LIVE

  • 7 p.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 p.m.

    Road Trip with Huell Howser

  • 8:30 p.m.

    The Maddy Report 826: Brown’s Legacy and Newsom’s Agenda

  • 9 p.m.

    Senate Rules Committee (9.4.19)

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:05 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

THE DAILY BREAD

Jordan Cunningham for Assembly 2020 (35th AD), breakfast, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $2000, 8 a.m., Mayahuel, 1200 K St. Contact: 916 498 9223.


Adrin Nazarian for Assembly 2020 (46th AD), breakfast reception, Host $4700, Co-Host $2500, Ticket $1300, 8 a.m., Ambrosia, 1030 K St. Contact: 916 400 3721.


Kevin Kiley for Senate 2019 (1st SD) or Kevin Kiley for Assembly 2020 (6th AD), breakfast, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $2000, 8 a.m., Chicory, 1131 11th St. Contact: 916 498 9223.


John Laird for Senate 2020 (17th SD), lunch reception, Homecoming $4700 (4 tickets), Welcome Back $2500 (2 tickets), Friend of John $1000, Noon, Downtown & Vine, 1200 K St. #8. Contact: connie@sandersemerson.com.


FAIRFIELD — (John) Garamendi for Congress (3rd CD), lunch, Co-Host $2800, Supporter $1000, Ticket $500, Noon, Mankas Steakhouse, 2522 Mankas Corner Rd. Contact: 916 215 5613.


Heath Flora for Assembly 2020 (12th AD), reception, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $1500, 5:30 p.m., Brasserie Capitale, 1201 K St. Contact: 916 230 1004.


POSTPONED, Bob Archuleta for Senate 2022 (32nd SD), reception, Sponsors $4700, $2500, $1000, 5:30 p.m., Pizza Rock, 1020 K St. Contact: 916 444 1186.


Jay Obernolte for Assembly 2020 (33rd AD), reception, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $1500, 5:30 p.m., Frank Fat’s, 806 L St. Contact: 916 492 9604.


SAN DIEGO — Carl DeMaio for Congress (50th CD), reception, Contributions $100-$11,200, 5:30 p.m., Pueblo Restaurant, 877 Hornblend St. Contact: 619 786 8019.

APPOINTMENTS

By Governor. Contact: 916 445 4571.

Requires Senate confirmation.

As director of the California Department of Transportation: Toks Omishakin, 43, Nashville, no party preference, deputy commissioner for environment and planning at the Tennessee Dept. of Transportation since 2011. Salary: $200,000.

Do not require confirmation.

As chief deputy director of the California Department of Transportation: James Davis, 54, Davis, no party preference, special advisor to the director at the CA Dept. of Transportation sine 2019. Salary: $198,060.

As deputy secretary for communications and strategic planning at the California State Transportation Agency: Garin Casaleggio, 42, Sacramento, Democrat, deputy secretary of communications at the CA Labor and Workforce Development Agency since 2015. Salary: $150,000.

As deputy secretary and special counsel for water policy at the California Environmental Protection Agency: Kristin Peer, 39, Sacramento, Democrat, assistant general counsel at Cal/EPA since 2015. Salary: $160,008.

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By Supreme Court. Contact: Cathal Conneely, 415 865 7760.

Age, residence and political party of appointees not listed.

To State Bar Board of Trustees: Mark Broughton (reappointed), criminal defense attorney in Fresno County, term: 4 years from September 16, 2019 through the conclusion of the annual meeting of the State bar in 2023; Sean SeLegue, partner at Arnold & Porter in San Francisco, term: 4 years from September 16, 2019 through the conclusion of the annual meeting of the State Bar in 2023, also appointed vice-chair of the Board for a one-year term from September 20 2019 though the conclusion of the annual meeting of the State Bar in 2020; Alan Steinbrecher, litigator and partner at Steinbrecher & Span, term: one year from September 20, 2019 through the conclusion of the annual meeting of the State Bar in 2020, also appointed chair of the Board for a one-year term from September 20 2019 though the conclusion of the annual meeting of the State Bar in 2020. Compensation: $500 per day not to exceed $500/month plus necessary expenses.

KEEPING UP

The Associated General Contractors of California reports Brendan Carter starts November 1 as associate vice president, labor relations. Carter is currently director of labor relations and employment policy for the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts, where he has worked since March 2017. He got his start in the industry as a laborer, holding various roles including estimator, project engineer and project manager. He has a bachelors degree in construction management from Wentworth Institute of Technology and a masters degree in construction management from Western Carolina University. He also earned a law degree from University of Massachusetts School of Law–Dartmouth. Contact: Christine Mahon, mahonc@agc-ca.org.


Sen. Jeff Stone’s office reports launching its “There Ought to be a Law” contest for high school students in his district to submit ideas for “improving the quality of life in Riverside County and the State of California.” Stone says he’ll select at least one winner, who will be invited to Sacramento to testify on behalf of the legislation. More details and entry forms are available online. Submissions are due by December 20. Contact: John Hunneman 916 894 3530.

STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC.

LOS ANGELES — California Complete Count Committee, chaired by Secty. of State Alex Padilla, hears presentation from Martha Dominguez, deputy director of external affairs and media relations, and representative with Mercury Public Affairs to discuss public relations and media outreach efforts for the 2020 Census; other business. 9 a.m., Ronald Reagan State Building, 300 S Spring St. Contact: 916 852 2020.

Agenda here.


Sierra Nevada Conservancy Governing Board, first of two days, on first day members depart for tour of the Calaveras Healthy Impact Product Solutions (CHIPS) facility in Wilseyville, where they will hear a tribal perspective on forest health and workforce issues in the south-central Sierra Nevada, and the South Fork Mokelumne Project, for a discussion of “workforce challenges that must be solved in developing a restoration-based economy.” 10 a.m., East side, 15th Street between L and N streets. Contact: Tristyn Armstrong 530 823 4700.

On Thursday, board holds regular meeting, considers request from Upper Mokelumne River Watershed Authority to expand by at least 131 acres its 314-acre Cabbage Patch Restoration Project, making use of a $168,000 surplus from its original $500,000 budget; other business. 9 a.m., Dept. of Food and Agriculture, 1220 N St.

Agenda and staff reports here.


State Personnel Board, considers the Dept. of Food and Agriculture’s request to abolish the current examination list for the Pest Prevention Assistant I classification in order to establish an automated online examination with continuous filing, which would give the department the capability “to hire qualified candidates within days of an emergency or when there is an outbreak that could harm California’s agricultural crops and therefore our economy;” other business. 10 a.m., 801 Capitol Mall Rm. 150. Contact: Andrew LaMar 916 322 6944.

Also TELEMEETING location at 505 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.

Agenda here.


WEST SACRAMENTO — CalSTRS Teachers’ Retirement Board, first of three days, considers approving incentive awards for the 2017-18 fiscal year, including $253,860 added to CEO Jack Ehnes’ $441,240 base salary, and $352,233 added to Chief Investment Officer Christopher Ailman’s $535,416 base salary; other business. 10 a.m., 100 Waterfront PlContact: Danielle Fong 916 414 2200.

Second and third days commence at 9 a.m.

Agenda here.


LOS ANGELES — California Science Center and Exposition Park Board of Directors, hears update on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where the Los Angeles Rams will play this season and where a two-year renovation project was recently completed that features new seats, a new press box and WiFi throughout the stadium; other business. 10 a.m., 700 Exposition Park Dr. Contact: Ana Lasso 213 744 7659.

Agenda here.

REPORTS, STUDIES, ETC.

Legislative Analyst’s Office has released its report, “Managing California’s Cash,” describes “some recent and novel actions to borrow from the state’s cash resources,” specifically SB 84 (2107), “which reduced the state’s long-term pension debt,” and AB 1054 (2019) “which addresses utilities’ liabilities arising from wildfire claims,” offers “policymakers a framework to evaluate any future borrowing of this nature, should a proposal arise.” Contact: Ann Hollingshead 916 319 8305.

CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, ETC.

Dept. of Water Resources sponsors workshop for state water project contractors on amending their water supply contracts for the proposed single Delta Tunnel project, says public negotiation process “is expected to result in an Agreement in Principle among DWR and the SWP Contractors that describes a methodology for cost allocation” to be the basis of a contract amendment “if a project is approved and after all necessary environmental review.” 10 a.m., Courtyard Midtown, 4422 Y St. Contact: Brian Heiland 916 653 4547.

Public notice here.

Additional workshops scheduled for Sept. 11, Sept. 18 and Sept. 23.

RALLIES AND DEMONSTRATIONS

“Protecting the California Dream” rally and march, Asm. Mike Gipson leads supporters from Capitol steps to the John Moss Federal Building “to stand firm against the Trump Administration in their recent actions relating to public charge, unlawful detention and discrimination against immigrants and working families.” 9 a.m., North Steps. Contact: Esthela Pacheco 916 319 2064.


“Recovery Happens,” sponsored by California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals, celebrates Recovery Month to “increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders and celebrate the people who recover,” includes pancake breakfast, walk around Capitol and provider fair. 11 a.m., West Steps. Contact: Craig Koury 916 338 9460.


Parents’ Right to Choose sponsors rally against SB 276 (school vaccinations). 2 p.m., South Steps. Contact: CHP 916 445 3876.

MISCELLANEOUS

Legislators’ Bible Discussion, sponsored by Capitol Commission, participants continue discussion of “John 9 – Spiritual Sight.” 8 a.m, Rm. 3171. Contact: Frank Erb 916 412 7625.

Followed by similar event for Capitol staff and lobbyists at Noon, Rm. 125.


Secretary of State’s Office hosts “One Choice at a Time” health and wellness fair for employees, features vendors discussing open enrollment and “improving your health, one step at a time.” 10 a.m., Secty. of State Courtyard, 1500 11th St. Contact: 916 653 6575.


CARMICHAEL — US Rep. Ami Bera presents flag flown above US Capitol to veterans who live in Oakmont of Carmichael assisted living facility and who have raised funds to erect a flagpole. 10 a.m., 4717 Engle Rd. Contact: Travis Horne 202 225 5716.


Music at Noon, free lunchtime concert series, this week features cellist Joanne Wright and Friends. Noon, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1300 N St. Contact: 916 442 8939.


Los Angeles County Supervisor and former legislator Mark Ridley-Thomas sponsors fundraiser for his LA City Council campaign, $800. 5 p.m., Downtown & Vine, 1200 K St. #8. Contact: 714 931 3267.


California Life Sciences Assn. hosts “Bio in the Capital,” a chance “to mix and mingle with the best of the Capital’s life sciences community.” 5 p.m., Cafeteria 15L, 1116 15th St. Contact: Will Zasadny 858 456 8885.

Free, RSVP here.


TUSTIN — Tustin Area Republican Assembly hosts meeting with guest speaker Laguna Hills Mayor Don Sedgwick, candidate for CD 45, who discusses his campaign, etc. 6:30 p.m., China Palace, 13444 Newport Ave. # C. Contact: Jay Peterson 714 593 1422.

THIRD HOUSE

Recent filings with Secretary of State.

CLIENT ADDITIONS (Lobbying firm, client name, filing date): Jones Day, Governors Lane LP, 8/30/19… Strategies 360, Mtrac, 8/30/19… Tradesman Advisors, Hudson Technologies Company, 8/30/19… Trinity Street Asset Management Inc. (new firm), Trinity Street Asset Management LP, 8/30/19.

CLIENT DELETIONS (Lobbying firm, client name, filing date): Platinum Advisors, PT Gaming LLC, 8/30/19… Strategies 360, Clubcorp Holdings, 8/30/19… Wilke Fleury Hoffelt Gould & Birney, Bausch Health Companies Inc., 8/30/19.

NEW REGISTRATIONS (Lobbyist name, firm name, filing date): Nigel Emmett, Trinity Street Asset Management Inc., 8/30/19.

POLITICAL NOTES

Carl DeMaio’s campaign for CD 50 reports that since launching his campaign on August 5, DeMaio has raised “over $900,000 with over 8500 grassroots donors,” also says it “ends August with $1.1 million cash on hand.” Release here. DeMaio, a Republican, is a former San Diego City Councilmember, founder of Reform California and also hosts a news a politics show on NewsRadio 600 KOGO. Contact: Dave McCulloch 760 717 4100.


Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh’s campaign for SD 23 reports an endorsement from Sen. Brian Jones. Release here. Ochoa Bogh, a Republican, is a member of the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board and was an elementary school teacher. Contact: info@ochoaboghforsenate.com.


Former Sen. Josh Newman’s campaign for SD 29 reports an endorsement from Gov. Gavin Newsom. Release hereNewman, a Democrat, represented SD 29 from 2016 to 2018. Contact: info@jacobsonzilber.com.


Sen. Richard Roth’s re-election campaign for SD 31 reports an endorsement from Eastvale City Councilmember Jocelyn Yow. Release here. Roth, a Democrat, was elected in 2012 to represent SD 31 and is a veteran of the Air Force with 32 years of service. Contact: Lisa Gasperoni 916 803 0433.


Elizabeth Betancourt’s campaign for AD 1 reports endorsements from the California Federation of Teachers. Release hereBetancourt, a Democrat, is a farmer and rural advocate. Contact: campaignmanager@betancourtforassembly.com.


Asm. Devon Mathis’ re-election campaign for AD 26 reports endorsements from the district’s county sheriffs: Jeff Hollowell (Inyo), Donny Youngblood (Kern) and Mike Boudreaux (Tulare). Release here. Mathis, a Republican, was first elected to the Assembly in 2014. Contact: Duane Dichiara, ddichiara@axiomstrategies.com


Andrew Rodriguez’s campaign for AD 55 reports an endorsement from UNITE HERE Local 11. Release here. Rodriguez, a Democrat, is Mayor of Walnut and works for a land use firm in the San Gabriel Valley. Contact: Ben Escobedo 626 716 1053.


Kelly Ernby’s campaign for AD 74 reports an endorsement from former Costa Mesa Mayor Stephen Mensinger. Release here. Ernby, a Republican, is an Orange County Deputy District Attorney who serves as an Environmental and Consumer Protection prosecutor. Contact: Duane Dichiara, ddichiara@axiomstrategies.com.

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PREVIEW

Thursday, September 05, 2019

NEWS CONFERENCES, BRIEFINGS, AVAILABILITIES, ETC.

None scheduled.

THE LEGISLATURE

Senate — Session 10 a.m.

  • CANCELED, Budget and Fiscal Review (Holly Mitchell, Chair), upon call of chair, Rm. 4203.

Assembly — Session 10 a.m.

  • Governmental Organization (Adam Gray, Chair), upon adjournment of session, Rm. 4202. Subject — Tribal-State Compact Between the State of California and the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians.
    • Listed to testify: Anna Naimark, Office of Governor Gavin Newsom; Chairman Douglas Welmas and General Counsel Glenn Feldman, Cabazon Band of Mission Indians; Jack Gribbon, California Political Director, UNITE HERE International Union, AFL-CIO.
  • Health (Jim Wood, Chair), 9:30 a.m., Rm. 4202.
  • Rules (Ken Cooley, Chair), 10 minutes prior to Session, Rm. 3162.

California Channel Tentative Programming

  • Midnight

    Senate Floor Session (9.4.19)

  • 2 a.m.

    Assembly Budget Committee (9.4.19)

  • 7 a.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 a.m.

    Road Trip with Huell Howser

  • 8:30 a.m.

    The Maddy Report 823: Countdown to 2020 Census

  • 10 a.m.

    Assembly Floor Session LIVE

  • 11 a.m.

    Senate Floor Session LIVE upon Adj.

  • 7 p.m.

    Politics On Tap

  • 7:30 p.m.

    Road Trip with Huell Howser

  • 8:30 p.m.

    The Maddy Report 823: Countdown to 2020 Census

  • 9 p.m.

    Assembly Floor Session (9.5.19)

THE GOVERNOR

Nothing public announced as of 5:15 a.m. Contact: 916 445 4571.

THE DAILY BREAD

(Jim) Patterson for Assembly 2020 (23rd AD), breakfast, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $2000, 8 a.m., Fox and Goose, 1001 R St. Contact: 916 498 9223.

Complimentary valet parking provided.


Devon Mathis for Assembly 2020 (25th AD), breakfast, Sponsor $4700, Ticket $2000, 8 a.m., Ambrosia, 1030 K St. Contact: 916 498 9223.


PALO ALTO — (John) Garamendi for Congress (3rd CD), lunch, Co-Host $2800, Supporter $1000, Ticket $500, Noon, Evvia, 420 Emerson St. Contact: 916 215 5613.


CORONA — Chris Raahauge for State Assembly (60th AD), reception, Host $1000, Co-Host $500, VIP $250, general $100, 5:30 p.m. VIP reception, 6 p.m. General reception, Rodrigo’s, 150 W. Parkridge Ave. Contact: 951 398 1090.

STATE BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, ETC.

California Water Quality Monitoring Council, hears update on the California Environmental Data Exchange Network (CEDEN), a searchable database containing information on conditions within state’s streams, rivers and lakes, and linking its information with the State Water Board’s Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP); other business. 10 a.m., Cal/EPA, 1001 I St. Contact: Nick Martorano, nicholas.martorano@waterboards.ca.gov.

Agenda here.


FRESNO — Board of Food and Agriculture, hears recommendations from Sarge Green with California Water Institute and Jason Phillips with Friant Water Authority on fulfilling Governor Newsom’s April executive order “calling for a suite of actions to build a climate-resilient water system and ensure healthy waterways;” other business. Noon, Fresno County Farm Bureau, 1274 W. Hedges Ave. Contact: Steve Lyle 916 654 0462.

Agenda here.


SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, hears presentation from Ben Botkin, a planner for the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail, which is a regional program with a network of launch and landing sites that encourages small, non-motorized boating in San Francisco Bay and raises awareness about boating and navigational safety; other business. 1 p.m., Bay Area Metro Center, 375 Beale St., First Floor Board Room. Contact: Ethan Lavine, ethan.lavine@bcdc.ca.gov.

Agenda here.

SPEECHES AND TALKS

SAN FRANCISCO — US Rep. Ted Lieu, in conversation with Marisa Lagos, KQED, discusses “the importance of democratic accountability and American privacy in the age of social media, Trump and political polarization.” $30. Noon, Taube Family Auditorium, 110 The Embarcadero. Contact: Riki Rafner 415 597 6712.

Details here.

CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, ETC.

Energy Commissioner Chair David Hochschild and others conduct “inaugural meeting to initiate a public policy process to deliver 100% clean energy to all Californians by 2045” as required by SB 100, begin preparing a report that is due to Legislature by Jan. 1 2021 detailing how state can meet this goal without increasing carbon emissions elsewhere in the western grid. 10 a.m., Secty. of State’s Auditorium, 1500 11th St. Contact: 916 654 4989.

Also TELECONFERENCE: 866 469 3239, meeting number: 929 600 400.

Also listed: Natural Resources Secty. Wade Crowfoot; Air Resources Board Chair Mary Nichols; CPUC Commissioner Liane Randolph.

Meeting notice and agenda here.


“California’s Biodiversity Challenge,” Natural Resources Secty. Wade Crowfoot and others discuss state’s “natural diversity and strategies to protect and expand our unique community of plants and animals,” inquire if California can “lead a global movement to avert mass extinction on our planet;” part of Secty. Crowfoot’s Speaker Series. 12:30 p.m., Resources Building, first floor auditorium, 1416 9th St. Contact: heather.williams@resources.ca.gov.

Also listed: Briannon Fraley, Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation; Dan Gluesenkamp, Native Plant Society; Scott Loarie, CAS/NatGeo; Erika Zavaleta, UC Santa Cruz.

RALLIES AND DEMONSTRATIONS

Members of California Immigrant Youth Justice Alliance and other groups demand “abolish ICE” and “abolish cages,” call for “action from Governor Newsom and Attorney General Becerra to end contracts and investments from companies who profit off the incarceration and deportation of our people.” 11 a.m., North Steps. Contact: 213 629 2512 ext. 134.

MISCELLANEOUS

“Walk to Thrive,” sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, weekly one-mile walk that starts and finishes at the Capitol Mall Farmers Market and led by KP physician John Chuck of family medicine. 11:45 a.m., Kaiser Booth, 6th and Capitol Mall. Contact: kpwalktothrive@kp.org.


California Groundbreakers hosts “Grapes and Groundbreakers,” a wine social to discuss some of the local wines and winemakers that will be featured at the annual Tower Bridge Dinner scheduled for September 29, includes panel discussion and Q&A, wine sampling and charcuterie from Taylor’s Kitchen. 6:30 p.m., Antiquite Midtown, 2114 P St. Contact: info@californiagroundbreakers.org.

Listed panelists: Amitesh “Tesh” Diyal, fine wine account specialist for Classic Wines of California; Beth Merrill-Belval, sommelier and tasting room manager at Due Vigne Winery at Old Sugar Mill; Jeremy Reed, beverage director for the Tower Bridge Dinner; Andrew Willsen, former server, manager and sommelier at Hawks, Mulvaney’s B&L, Taylor’s Kitchen and the Waterboy.

Tickets $40, details here.