Calendar items for the About Town section of The Galt Herald will be accepted for all local nonprofit events held for the community, and for nonprofit fundraising events at the discretion of the editor. Calendar items must be received by 12 p.m. on Monday to ensure publication in the Wednesday edition. All items must be received in writing or via email and must include a contact phone number. Any items received after noon on Monday are not guaranteed publication in the coming Wednesday edition of The Galt Herald. For more information, call 209-745-1551.

Wine Down at Barsetti Vineyards

Buy a glass or bottle of wine to enjoy with appetizers (Friday only) and live music (Friday and Saturday) from 6:30-9 p.m. Cover charge waived for Barsetti Wine Club members. Barsetti Wine Tasting Room in Old Town Galt is located at 400 Fourth Street, Suite 150.

For more information, call 209-744-6062 or visit or

Democratic club meeting Sept. 10

The Elk Grove-South County Democratic Club will hold its regular monthly meeting on Sept. 10, in the Elk Grove Library, Elk Grove Boulevard at Elk Grove-Florin Road, at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome. For further information, contact Kendra Lewis, president, at

Real Men’s Club

On Thursday, Sept. 12, Real Men’s Club (ages 21 and older only) will meet at Dave Huisman’s, 5420 E. Jahant Road, Galt for a lunch of pork chops, chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, vegetable, and Velvet Creamery ice cream. Doors open at 11 a.m. with lunch at 12 and a raffle drawing at 1 p.m. A $25 donation benefits local community groups and activities. For information, call Robert at 209-251-5787, James at 209-663-0268 or George at 775-830-3081.

Military convoy visit Friday, Sept. 13

A convoy with nearly 100 vintage military vehicles and support vehicles will stop in Galt on Friday, Sept. 13 sometime after noon. The convoy will “rack and stack” or put the vehicles on display on Fourth Street in Old Town. The vehicles are traveling from the east coast, following the Lincoln Highway, the same route traveled 100 years ago, when President Woodrow Wilson commissioned a military convoy to trek across country to see how long the procession would take. Guests are welcome to head to Old Town to see the vehicles, ask questions and learn a little bit of history and the role Galt played in this excursion.

Sesquicentennial celebration Sept. 14

Mark your calendar, you won’t want to miss Galt’s 150th birthday party Sept. 14 in Old Town Galt, hosted by the Galt District Chamber of Commerce. Many events and activities, including food and entertainment for the entire family, are planned for the free event. Watch for news and updates at

Galt Farm to Fork Dinner

Galt Ag Boosters present the Galt Farm to Fork Dinner in Old Town Galt on Sept. 21, with appetizers at 6 p.m., and dinner at 7 p.m. Cost is $75 per person and benefits the Galt High and Liberty Ranch FFA programs. Purchase tickets at, search for Galt Ag Boosters Farm to Fork Dinner. This is a 21 or older event only.

The 5-course dinners will be prepared by Jackson Catering and served along the Galt Promenade on Fourth Street.

Fire station open house Sept. 28

Cosumnes Fire Department will host an open house at Station 45, 229 Fifth Street, on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. At this free event, guests will be able to meet the firefighters serving our community, tour the station and see the fire engines.

Galt Food Truck Mania

The Galt District Chamber of Commerce will host Galt Food Truck Mania on Saturday, Oct. 4 from 4-8 p.m., on Fourth Street in Old Town Galt.

Food trucks will compete for your patronage on the first Saturday of each month, hoping to entice you to sample their best tastes.

Bingo in Wilton

The Wilton History Group monthly Bingo Night fundraiser is the first Saturday of each month. Players must be 18 years of age to play and be at the event. Proceeds from Bingo will be divided between the Wilton History Group and the Wilton Community Center nonprofits. Bingo Night is held at the Wilton Community Center, 9717 Colony Road, at 7 p.m. For additional or volunteer information, call 916-687-6349.