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Sixty-Plus People Hear Peper Talk

Sixty-Plus People Hear Peper Talk

Paula Peper held the attention of more than sixty people Wednesday night with her talk about the history of East Sacramento (with a focus on trees). Historical slides, beautiful photos and a deep understanding of our history informed Peper’s presentation. She’s a thorough and literate historian who can also move a crowd... Read More

Capitol March for the Dream 2015

Capitol March for the Dream 2015
Capitol March for the Dream 2015
01-19-2015 - 01-19-2015
MLK365
http://www.mlk365.org/#march
Admission: Free
 
(916) 426-4227
 
Start Time(s): Mon 9am-2pm March Departure 9am-9:15am Diversity Expo Noon-2pm
This event brings Northern Californians together to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr and to continue the march for civil rights, social justice and human value. Jam-packed and highly interactive from start to finish with a march, a rally and an expo, this one day event attracts a diverse crowd of 28,000 very enthusiastic participants to downtown Sacramento for day of civic engagement, reflection, and enrichment 
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Wild Night in East Sac

Wild Night in East Sac

This Wednesday has a wild co-inky-dinky. Both ESP and the CA Native Plant Society have planned nature oriented events in McKinley Park. ... Read More

"Suite Ol' Broadway!"

"Suite Ol' Broadway!"

Bring the entire family to this spring concert entitled "Suite Ol’ Broadway!" at the Crowne Plaza Sacramento Northeast. The Sacramento Symphonic Winds is a 60-piece adult symphonic band conducted by Dr. Les Lehr.  Selections will include Suite of Old American Dances by Bennett, a Broadway sing-a-long including The King and I by Rodgers and Hammerstein, The Music Man by Meredith Willson, My Fair Lady by Lerner and Loewe, and more! Visit our web site at <http://www.sacwinds.org
  
 More info:
 Concert:  Sacramento Symphonic Winds, a 60-piece symphonic band
 Concert Title:  "Suite Ol' Broadway!"
 Date/Time: Sunday, March 15, 2015, 2:30 pm.

Speaker Series to Include Free Raffle of East Sacramento Books

Speaker Series to Include Free Raffle of East Sacramento Books

East Sacramento Preservation Speaker Series

6-7 pm Wednesday, January 14, 2015

McKinley Park Clunie Clubhouse, East Sacramento Room, 600 Alhambra Blvd.

Paula Peper, historian, author and US Forest ecologist at the Center for Urban Forest Research-retired will present: East Sacramento: From Swamp to Urban Forest... Read More

17th Annual “Sacramento Museum Day" Returns on February 7!

17th Annual “Sacramento Museum Day" Returns on February 7!

Imagine. Explore. Discover. 

ImpactAVillage and Free The Children introduce volunteering program in Greater-Sacramento area

ImpactAVillage and Free The Children introduce volunteering program in Greater-Sacramento area

Free The Children, an international charity and education partner, is proud to introduce the We Act program to local schools in the Greater-Sacramento region. On Wednesday, January 21 at 7 p.m., Craig Kielburger, co-founder of Free The Children, will speak in Granite Bay at an event hosted by ImpactAVillage about We Act, an educational program that empowers young people to become active local, national and global citizens.