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Drexel University Sacramento Holding May 7 Business Career Workshop

Drexel University Sacramento Holding May 7 Business Career Workshop

Business-related careers play integral roles across all industry sectors. That's why gradates with educational backgrounds in business are able to remain flexible and work in a variety of different positions and industries.

Whether you want to open your own business, work in a corporate environment or strategically manage a company's personal finances, participation in this Drexel University Sacramento workshop – Tuesday, May 7 (5-6 p.m.) – will give you a head start in becoming a successful, 21st century citizen and give you an edge on the competition.

Join John Carvana, Drexel University Sacramento's Manager of Career Services, in an hour-long interactive session that will help you identify the best career pathway in business to suit your personal interests and talents.

The workshop is free and open to the public and Drexel students, alumni and faculty.

Living with Osteoarthritis

Living with Osteoarthritis

An estimated 27 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis. Known as the most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis is a disease of the joints. It is linked to old age when the cartilage between the joints breaks down, and creates joint pain and reduced motion of limbs.

Governor’s Mansion Presents “The Magic of Spring, A Garden Affair” May 18

Governor’s Mansion Presents “The Magic of Spring, A Garden Affair” May 18

The California State Historic Governor’s Mansion Foundation in cooperation with the Governor’s Mansion State Historic Park (SHP) are proud to present a special fundraising event titled “The Magic of Spring, A Garden Affair at the Mansion” on Saturday, May 18, 2013. The celebratory evening event will take place from 4 to 6 p.m.

Railroad Museum Debuts "Pick Me!" Fruit Crate Art Exhibit this Week!

Railroad Museum Debuts "Pick Me!" Fruit Crate Art Exhibit this Week!

The California State Railroad Museum will debut the third and final phase of fruit crate art as part of a a visually-powerful exhibit titled "Pick Me! A Bumper Crop from the Pacific Coast" that opens on Wednesday, May 1, 2013. After focusing exclusively on California crate labels for the first two years, the third phase of this popular exhibit includes selections from the entire U.S. Pacific Coast.  For example, colorful labels showcasing Washington cherries and Oregon apples join the ranks of California oranges and asparagus that serve to entertain and amaze visitors.

Chosen from the Museum's collection and on loan from private lenders, the evocative art portrays vibrant hues and whimsical motifs that romanticized life in the West.

Sacramento Museums Extend into Evenings With Special Events & Activities in May!

Sacramento Museums Extend into Evenings With Special Events & Activities in May!

In addition to its fascinating Gold Rush past, the Sacramento area is rich with an amazing array of state-of-the-art museums and historic sites that offer visitors the chance to explore California’s fine art, history, science, and wildlife treasures all year long.  In May, many of the 30 members of Sacramento Association of Museums (SAM) are celebrating the season and warmer weather by extending into evening activities, a sampling of which follows:

Adults Only Underground Tours – Every Thursday Evening Thru Summer
The Sacramento Historic Old Sacramento Foundation is proud to offer weekly “adults only” tours of the underground on Thursday evenings throughout the summer. Entertaining and knowledgeable guides lead tour guests on walking tours that explore some of the dark secrets and racy tales lurking in Old Sacramento’s underground history.

Lube up the chain, dust off the seat, 'Bike to Work Month' has arrived

Lube up the chain, dust off the seat, 'Bike to Work Month' has arrived

SACRAMENTO: May is officially "Bike Month" in the Sacramento region and several events are planned to help cyclists gear up.

On Tuesday, April 30th, cyclists can get free bike inspections and repairs courtesy of the Bike Doc at the Heron Elementary School Quad at 5151 Banfield in Natomas from 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. .

There will also be other events including the following snack stations set up to fuel bikers throghout the month:

April 30th

  • A.M. hours at West Capitol Ave.
  • Afternoon hours in East Sacramento at 48th St. and M St.

Wednesday May 1:

  • Fremont Park from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Afternoon hours  I-80 Bike in South Natomas

Thursday May 2:

SAKrescue at Pet-A-Palooza, & Bake Sale at Incredible Pets in Carmichael!

SAKrescue at Pet-A-Palooza, & Bake Sale at Incredible Pets in Carmichael!

SAKrescue is going to be out at Pet-A-Palooza in Citrus Heights Saturday! We will be having adoptions at the annual pet day at the park, located at 7301 Antelope Rd, 10-4. Come on out and say hi, listen to the music, and get lots of goodies for your fur babies!

Also, we will be having a HUGE BOOK AND BAKE SALE at the Incredible Pets in Carmichael, 4005 Manzanita, from 9-4. We have everything under the sun, and then some! Lemon bars, brownies, cookies, cupcakes, and more! Hardbacks are $1 and paperbacks are $0.50 each or 3 for $1.