Event Menu

Jan. 28-Feb. 3

• The Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association hosts an annual Texas Conference on Organic Production Systems at the Killeen Civic and Convention Center (3601 S. W.S. Young Dr.). Conference offerings include organic farm tours, seminars, workshops, film screenings, and organic meals. For a complete schedule and registration info, go to www.tofga.org or call 512/656-2456. Friday-Sunday, Jan. 28-30.

• Improve your knife skills in hands-on classes presented by Messermeister cutlery expert Ethan Hamme at Faraday's Kitchen Store (1501 RR 620 N., 266-5666, www.faradayskitchenstore.com). $10 per person; reservations necessary. Saturday, Jan. 29, 9:30am and 11am.

• Chef du Cinema Ron Deutsch presents a dinner class based on the personal recipes of Audrey Hepburn and a screening of the classic 1963 film Charade at the Central Market Cooking School (4001 N. Lamar, 206-1014, www.centralmarket.com). $45 per person; reservations necessary. Sunday, Jan. 30, 6:30pm-9pm.

• There are only a few seats remaining for the final Texas Hill Country Wine & Food Festival benefit dinner, Chef Wine & Dine, prepared by chef David Bull at his new Congress res­taurant (200 Congress). The five-course dinner with wine pairings is $125 per person; make necessary reservations at www.texaswineandfood.org. Monday, Jan. 31, 6:30pm.

• Enjoy a five-course dinner complemented by wines from King Estate Winery at Jack Allen's Kitchen (7720 Hwy. 71 W., 852-8558, www.jackallenskitchen.com). $65, all-inclusive; reservations necessary. Tuesday, Feb. 1, 7pm.

• Be among the first to experience the Wednesday Steak & Frites menu presented by chef Josh Wat­kins at the Carillon (1900 University Blvd., 404-3655, www.thecarillonrestaurant.com). $18 per plate. Starts Wednesday, Feb. 2, 5:30-10pm.

• Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit at Imperia (310 Colorado, 472-6770) with appetizers, cocktails, dragon dances, and DJ'd entertainment. Make necessary reservations at events@47party.com. Thursday, Feb. 3, 7-9pm.

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