A Fundraising Event for GFWC Citrus Heights Women's Club
April 27, 2018 at 6PM  - Citrus Heights Community Center

Delicious Local Eateries

Ever passed a restaurant that you were just dying to try? How about trying more than 20 all in one night! Expand your culinary horizons all in one magical night.
All You Can Eat and Drink
It's not just about the food. Participating vendors are bringing a variety of food and alcoholic drinks. If you're passionate about beer, wine and cocktails, it's all here!

Support a Great Cause
Citrus Heights Women's Club is a 501c3 nonprofit community organization. All proceeds stay right here in the community. This project will help fund the a program for our local police department to deal with post-traumatic stress and trauma experienced in the line of duty.

A Mandatory Training is being planned for all CHPD Officers, Spouses, Family are invited to attend as well. Trainer is Dr. Gilmartin, Author of the book "Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement"
Dr. Gilmartin is a behavioral sciences and management consultant
specializing in the law enforcement and public safety areas. He
formerly spent twenty years in law enforcement in Tucson, Arizona.
During his tenure, he supervised the Behavioral Sciences Unit and the
Hostage Negotiations Team. He holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of
Arizona. In addition to being the author of the book Emotional
Survival for Law Enforcement, he is the author of numerous articles
published by the Dept. of Justice, the IACP, and the FBI. He is a
veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and resides in Portland, Oregon and
Tucson, Arizona.

Dr Gilmartin

“Emotional Survival is a must read for the men, women and families of those who enter the field of law enforcement. Kevin Gilmartin shares his tremendous insight into the real “roller coaster journey” that police officers will take during their careers. Reading this book could save your life, your marriage and the lives of your children. Thank you Kevin for sharing with all of us your insight and strategies for survival.”

Ronald J. Guilmette, Director, Massachusetts Police Leadership Institute
Lt. Colonel, Massachusetts State Police (Retired)


It takes a great team to put on an amazing event like Taste of Citrus Heights -- and we're looking for more team members! Check below how you can help with our event.
Food and Drink Vendors Wanted 

The food and drinks are the back bone of this event, so we really need support from local providers. Vendors will be asked to supply a food and/or drink sample for around 300 people, and a server to pass them out.  Attendees at this event will all be local Citrus Heights community members, so this is an excellent chance to showcase your business to excited new customers. 
Sponsors Needed

We are looking for event sponsors to help out on this important community event. Sponsors will receive advertising space in our event programs, on our website, and at the event. All donations are tax deductible under the Citrus Heights Women's Club 501c3 status. Your company will receive recognition for its outstanding contribution to the community.
Vendor Application
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Raffle Prizes and Swag Bag Items

Our club will assemble raffle prizes and swag bags with donations from the community. Every attendee will receive a swag bag, so it is a good opportunity to advertise with a coupon, personalized pen, or whatever item will make your company stand out. Since all attendees will be Citrus Heights area residents, you know your advertising will reach local potential customers.
Day-Of Event Helpers

The day of the event is a whirlwind of activity. From set up, to raffle ticket sales and everything in between -- it takes a lot of man (or woman!) power to run our event. If you're willing to donate your time to a good cause, we're looking for all the help we can get. Due to the fact that alcohol will be served, all volunteers must be over 21 years old.

The Citrus Heights Women's Club is a 501c3 non-profit community service organization. Founded in 1976, our club is one of the oldest operating service organizations in the area. We've been helping to make the community a better place even before Citrus Heights became a city!
This year, our focus will be on helping our local Citrus Heights Police Department. The Department needs funding to put on a program for officers and their families that teaches strategies for coping with post-traumatic stress incurred in the line of duty. Much like veterans, our police experience a wide range of horrors that can affect their mental health and home life. This event will raise money to bring that program to our CHPD!

We are very passionate about this particular project and are excited that the Taste of Citrus Heights can raise funds for this cause and many others we support.


Our mission statement:
"Empowered women serving the community with a spirit of compassion and giving."


The companies listed below are confirmed sponsors of the Taste of Citrus Heights.
Please patronize these businesses -- they really care about our community!

Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings is an American casual dining restaurant and sports bar  which specializes in chicken wings and sauces.

PaZa Estate Winery

We believe, like so many others nowadays, that wine begins in the vineyard. Terrior is real, and can't be forced or faked. This estate vineyard consists of varietals with lineage traced-back to France, Italy, Spain, and even Germany and Croatia.
We work to keep current on ever-evolving sustainable practices and methods so that our Primitivo, Barbera, Petite Sirah and Albarino grapes thrive in a healthy balance.
Our vineyard is planted on a rolling hillside at around 500-ft elevation with perfect southwest exposure.


Togo's Sandwiches, a West Coast Original, since 1971 serving big, made to order sandwiches stuffed with the freshest ingredients.

Crepes & Burgers

“Food is our passion but service is our priority,”  Martin & Jose Garcia. 
Crepes & Burgers started with a thought that they should do something different. 
RAD  Margarita Machines was founded in the 1990's in the Central Valley & quickly spread beyond the Sacramento Area.   RAD is the  ONLY  FULL-TIME Margarita Machine Rental company, so you can count on us. 

Knee DeepBrewing Co.

The Citrus Heights Police Officers' Association (CHPOA) was founded in
2008 by some of the founding members of the Citrus Heights Police
Department. The goal of the Citrus Heights Police Officers' Association
(CHPOA) is to partner with the community and provide quality police
service through community interaction, emphasizing the highest degree of cooperation, professionalism and ethical behavior, and to create an atmosphere of safety and security. Our community policing approach helps neighborhoods keep safe by working with our police officers daily. The Citrus Heights Police Officers' Association (CHPOA) is active in our community and many of our members volunteer their free time in Citrus Heights and the communities where they live.
Knee Deep Brewing Company was founded in Nevada in June, 2010. For the
first few months of operation, Knee Deep was “contract brewing” beer at
Mt. Tallac Brewing in beautiful Lake Tahoe and selling kegs exclusively
into the Northern Nevada market.  A few months later, Jerry Moore (CEO
& Janitor) took over, and started to grow the company and get more
than “Knee Deep” in a premium craft beer brewery. For the remainder of
2010, Knee Deep Brewing Company continued to “contract brew” and sell
kegs in Northern Nevada.

10th Inning Bar Tavern

"Citrus Heights no 1 Craft Beer Bar"
16 Draft Beers and many more available in the bottle.
Our food is unique and different.
Our atmosphere is friendly and our people are fun
Pool, Dart, Cornhole, Jukebox and golden Tee

7753 Mariposa Ave, Citrus Heights

Citrus Heights Sentinel

The Citrus Heights Sentinel is a community news website managed by Luke and Nadezhda Otterstad, who reside in Area 6 of Citrus Heights along with their two boys: Josiah and Luke Jr. Our purpose is to serve our community with truthful, timely and professional coverage of local news and events — with a focus on stories that tend to go unnoticed in other media reports.

Classy Hippie Tea

ANOTHER, you may be a “Classy Hippie” too!


Since 1989, Sammy’s has been firing up award-winning cuisine that has taken Southern California and Nevada by storm. Recognized for its innovative, Healthy Global Cuisine, Sammy’s Restaurants offer menu selections made with local, organic and nutritionally balanced ingredients.
Sammy’s at Stones Gambling Hall is the first Northern California location, featuring a modern touch on classic tavern fare, paired carefully with a local brew list and hand-crafted cocktails, making it an instant crowd favorite.

$500 Sponsors


At 6.2% ABV, WILDCIDE packs a punch while maintaining its pure, all-natural flavor. WILDCIDE’S dry, tart qualities make it perfect for pairing with food. From hearty grilled cheese sandwiches to pork belly, brisket, burgers and more, WILDCIDEstands strong and matches the flavor bite for bite, sip by sip.

$150 Sponsors

Like any good story, ours begins with the descendent of a samurai
warrior and a small Tokyo coffee shop. Just after the war, Yunosuke Aoki
(a samurai descendent and popular entertainer) decided to start a
coffee shop with his wife, Katsu. Wanting to offer something different
than other coffee shops in the area, Yunosuke Aoki rode his bike over 20
miles to purchase real sugar to serve in his shop.

Sue Frost

Our “little” company was incorporated under the laws of the State of California on October 15, 1991 by its principal founder Troy Paski. Having gained experience in satellite operations, and software debugging/development, the company was originally conceived with the intent of providing engineering services to the defense industry. However, as an avid home brewer since receiving a brewing “kit” for Christmas in 1991, and having a passion for truly great beer, Troy soon realized a much more lucrative growth opportunity emerging in the craft-brewing industry, and helped pursued the company to pursue that avenue for growth instead.
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Taste of Citrus Heights
6060 Sunrise Vista Drive, Suite 1120,
Citrus Heights, CA  95610
Telephone:   (916) 751-1918

Call/Text President Kristy Hernandez (915) 505-9221
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message. We reply within 24 hours !