Friday May 09 2008 comments Dinner at the Dump By: Auburn Journal photography by Ben Furtado -A +A John Redgwick takes his character to the next level as only eats his meal like they did in the renaissance era; with a knife. The mural at this years DInner at the Dump was done by students from Bear River High and Magnolia Intermediate School as part of the Odyssey of the Mind and DestiNation Imagination. John Redgwick will be Sir Charles Howard during Cain's Crossing Renaissance Faire, as he promotes the event while getting food at Dinner at the Dump. Robert Richner shows off the amount of barbecue chicken which filled coolers before serving during Dinner at the Dump. Kevan Kidd, left, and John Redgwick, dress up in authentic renaissance costumes to help promote the Cain's Crossing Renaissance Faire, while getting a full helping of tri-tip and barbecue chicken during Dinner at the Dump. "This is my first time here and I'm amazed by the food," added Kidd, "but I'm more amazed at how clean they get the dump so people can sit and enjoy their meal." Paul Bandettini stirs tortellini pasta as part of the main course for the annual Dinner at the Dump Thursday evening at Auburn Placer Disposal. Michael Perez handles the cutting duties of the barbecue tri-tip Thursday evening during Dinner at the Dump at Auburn Placer Disposal. Close to 600 people filled the dump site for the annual Dinner at the Dump held at Auburn Placer Disposal Thursday. The mural in the back ground was done by students from Bear River High and Magnolia Intermediate School as part of the Odyssey of the Mind and DestiNation Imagination. Dinner at the DUmp t-shirts were made for people who served and volunteered their time during the event at Auburn Placer Disposal. Tortellini bought from San Francisco made the perfect compliment to the barbecued tri-tip and chicken served at Dinner at the Dump.