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Traffic Alert and Welcome New Friends

Traffic Alert and Welcome New Friends

They’re on their way! Sacramento State is preparing for the arrival of nearly 29,750 students in the next few days. It begins this Friday with Move-In Day, when 1,700 students will show up at the campus’s residence halls. About 250 volunteers will be on hand to help them move in and learn more about the Hornet experience. The rest of our students will show up when classes begin on Monday August 31. Volunteers, faculty, and staff have come up with a number of activities, programs, and services to make sure the Fall 2015 semester gets off to a great start!... Read More

Black and white ruffled lemur youngsters on exhibit at Sacramento Zoo

Black and white ruffled lemur youngsters on exhibit at Sacramento Zoo

At just over two months old, the two female Black and White Ruffed Lemur babies are now on exhibit with their extended family. ... Read More

“Gold Rush Days” is BACK in Old Sacramento Over Labor Day Weekend!

“Gold Rush Days” is BACK in Old Sacramento  Over Labor Day Weekend!

Mark your calendar…it’s time to turn back the clock to the 1850s when Gold Rush Days RETURNS to Old Sacramento over the extended Labor Day Weekend -- Friday, September 4 through Monday, September 7, 2015.  The wildly fun and free heritage celebration offers a variety of family-friendly special activities that take place throughout the historic district to help visitors experience what life was like in the 1850s.

Fourth of July Fireworks at Cal Expo!

Fourth of July Fireworks at Cal Expo!

Cal Expo is set to produce what they state as the largest-scale pyrotechnics display in the area on Saturday, July 4, 2015.

Sutter’s Fort Celebrates 4th of July Weekend With a Bang!

Sutter’s Fort Celebrates 4th of July Weekend With a Bang!

California State Parks and Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (SHP) are proud to present special celebratory activities sure to grab the attention of guests who visit the Fort over the 4th of July holiday weekend, July 4 & 5, 2015.   Black powder demonstrations of muskets, rifles and other historic fire arms will be offered periodically throughout the day on Saturday and the crowd-favorite firing of Sutter’s cannon is scheduled at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

In addition to the weapon demonstrations and “big booms” happening both days of the holiday weekend, guests will be treated to readings of the US and Bear Flag Declarations of Independence plus docents in period attire will perform and help Fort visitors participate in interpretive activities such as gold panning, laundry duties and using a carry-yoke to haul water.