A photosynthetic restaurant is a novel concept, to be sure. The opportunity to dine on plants rendered - at least theoretically - more flavorful by a diet of "different wavelengths of light" sounds like something not to be missed.
Sugar Bowl Academy student/athletes ventured to Sacramento last weekend for the annual school cultural excursion. This year's trip featured enlightening and entertaining stops at the Crocker Art Museum and its photosynthetic restaurant, the Sacramento Theatre Company for Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, and, the grand finale, ARCO Arena for Cirque du Soleil's Quidam (not to mention some good eats at Ikeda's!)
A giant THANK YOU goes out to the Plant and Bensch families for hosting the students and chaperones.
Nominations for the coveted "Marmot Parents of the Month" for the month of May remain open...