Our network

Events

Evening at the Oscars at Arden Hills this Sunday!

Evening at the Oscars at Arden Hills this Sunday!

Lights, camera, action!  Come watch the 86th Annual Academy Awards on the big screen in the Member’s Lounge at Arden Hills on Sunday, March 2 beginning at 4 p.m.! 

You'll enjoy a fun night out with tasty appetizers, drink specials, fun games more.   And to really spice things up, be sure to pick-up a ballot sheet at the Front Desk and submit your top award picks for your chance to win great prizes, too!

Cost is $30 and Resort guests must be 21 years or older to attend this event.To make a reservation for the Academy Awards Viewing Party or to find out more information, call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.net.  
 

"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills this Wednesday Evening!

"Live With the Chef" at Arden Hills this Wednesday Evening!

We know eating fresh fish is great for a healthy diet but how do we select and cook the often advertised “fish of the day”?  

Don’t miss the next “Live With the Chef” cooking class on Wednesday, February 26, at 6 p.m. at Arden Hills when the talented wellness chef shares helpful tips about selecting and cooking fresh seafood so your meals maximize both nutrition and taste. This special monthly cooking class is focused on incorporating fresh ingredients designed for a healthy and well balanced diet. You're invited to join this ongoing adult cooking series - couples are welcome, too!

Due to the popularity of this class, space is limited and reservations are required. For reservations, please call 916-482-6111; for more information, please visit www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/

Sacramento/Black Art of Dance celebrates 'Legacy'

Sacramento/Black Art of Dance celebrates 'Legacy'

The rich heritage of African-inspired movement, art, history and culture is celebrated in “Legacy,” the spring concert by Sacramento/Black Art of Dance, Feb. 27-March 2 and March 5-9 at Sacramento State’s Solano Hall Dancespace... Read More

Japanese tea ceremonies are a cultural experience

Japanese tea ceremonies are a cultural experience

Sacramento State’s Sokiku Nakatani Tea Room, at the University Library, will host a series of traditional Japanese tea ceremonies this semester beginning Tuesday, Feb. 25... Read More

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Anti-Aging Strategies

Arden Hills Presents Wellness Seminar about Anti-Aging Strategies

We’re all in search of a fountain of youth so we can look young and vibrant as we get older.

For those interested in learning more about evidence-based strategies for women to optimize health, longevity and achieve peak performance, don’t miss a special -- and complimentary -- Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills on Wednesday, February 19, from 6 to 7 p.m.  Presented by Anti-Aging Expert Dr. David Greene M.D., the seminar is titled “Anti-Aging Strategies for Women” and Dr. Greene will address many topics of concern for women who are striving to stay looking young and feeling healthy.

For more information about this helpful and complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills, please call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.net/sports-fitness/nutrition/wellness-seminars/

Railroad Museum Presents "Lincoln Living History" Day on Sunday!

Railroad Museum Presents "Lincoln Living History" Day on Sunday!

In celebration of President’s Day weekend, California State Parks and the California State Railroad Museum are proud to offer a special “Lincoln Living History Day” on Sunday, February 16. 

To the delight of guests of all ages, a Living History character portraying President Abraham Lincoln – who signed the Pacific Railroad Act more than 150 years ago -- will be roaming throughout the Railroad Museum providing guests with thoughtful dialogue and his unique historical perspective about the exhibits and offerings at North America’s most popular railroad museum. For instance, Lincoln will certainly share his insights about the new 150th Anniversary of State Parks exhibit as he was the one who signed the Yosemite Grant Act in 1864, protecting Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove and ceding them to the State of California as the nation's first State Park (although it is now a national park).