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9th Annual Earth Day Sunday

9th Annual Earth Day Sunday
9th Annual Earth Day Sunday
04-19-2015 - 04-19-2015
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Church
http://trinitycathedral.mhsoftware.com/View.html
Admission: Free
 
(530) 318-2780
trinitycathedral.org
 
Start Time(s): Sun 8am-1pm
Join the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Church for its 9th Annual Earth Day Sunday 
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McKinley Park Farmer’s Market

McKinley Park Farmer’s Market

The East Sacramento Farmer’s Market is a local certified farmer’s market under the trees in McKinley Park.  The Market showcases organic produce, farmstand products, artisan and fair trade crafts.
The market is held on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. from April through October.  ... Read More

Julia & the BIG Day of Giving!

Julia & the BIG Day of Giving!

As you walk through the Zoo and look at the animals, you may chuckle at the quirky Wolf’s Guenons or be in awe of the actual size of a giraffe. But did you know that of the 136 species currently at housed at the Sacramento Zoo, over half are endangered or threatened with endangerment? Part of the Sacramento Zoological Society’s mission is to inspire a connection with wildlife so that future generations will continue to be stewards of the earth and make efforts to protect these animals in their natural habitats.
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Tower Records Project to Present Sacramento Premiere Party for Documentary Film - 4/25!

Tower Records Project to Present Sacramento Premiere Party for Documentary Film - 4/25!

 

The Tower Records Project, an effort by the Center for Sacramento History (CSH), will present a hometown party following the premiere of the documentary film All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records on Saturday evening, April 25, 2015, at 9 p.m.   The event will take place at Verge Center for the Arts located at 625 S Street.  Sacramento natives, film director Colin Hanks and producer Sean Stuart, along with Tower founder Russ Solomon will be in attendance. Advance tickets for the fundraiser are $30 each and only available online at www.centerforsacramentohistory.org.  With limited capacity, tickets are expected to sell out quickly; 21 and over only please.

Arden Hills Hosts Complimentary Bridal Open House this Sunday!

Arden Hills Hosts Complimentary Bridal Open House this Sunday!

Springtime is the perfect time to plan a wedding and Arden Hills is in full bloom this time of year! 

Newly engaged couples and event planners are invited to the next complimentary Bridal Open House on Sunday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Guests will visit the breathtaking Resort to enjoy tasty appetizers and refreshments while touring the gorgeous site with three elegant ballrooms, two lush wedding courtyards, the luxurious overnight Villas and award-winning spa and salon. 

Known as the area’s premiere wedding destination, Arden Hills is well suited for creating events to remember!  For more, call 916-482-6111 or visit http://ardenhills.net/home.php?display=wedding

Cheer Sacramento to hold Zumba fundraiser to benefit the Mustard Seed School

Cheer Sacramento to hold Zumba fundraiser to benefit the Mustard Seed School

Do you love Zumba?  Here’s your chance to participate in a superhero-themed Master Class AND help raise money to help homeless children in the Sacramento region! 

Cheer Sacramento will be holding a Zumba Master Class fundraiser from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 25 to raise money for their 2014-2015 beneficiary, the Mustard Seed School.  The class will be held at George Washington Carver School of the Arts (10101 System Parkway, Sacramento 95827). Participants are encouraged to dress as their favorite superhero or wear superhero-themed clothing. The cost of admission is $10 in advance and $12 at the door.  Tickets can be purchased online here: http://super-hero-zumba.brownpapertickets.com/

Indian Museum “Native Education for All” Event Explores Use of Unrealistic Native American Images

Indian Museum “Native Education for All” Event Explores Use of Unrealistic Native American Images

In recognition of the Museum’s 75th anniversary this year, the State Indian Museum and California State Parks will present a thought-provoking Native Education for All Series lecture: The Cultural Sabotage of Native American Iconography on Saturday, April 18, 2015 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

As a special guest, Dr. Brian Baker, Professor of Native American Studies at California State University, Sacramento, will explore and explain why fictionalized, commercial representations (i.e. Indian princess or maidens, Redskins, warriors) of Native Americans are offensive and damaging to Native Americans and their culture.