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For ongoing events, events lasting more than two weeks, and organizations with multiple events each month, please see the end of each monthly section.

Please confirm events before attending as cancellations occasionally occur.

 

 

SEPTEMBER

 

September 22nd – Child Advocates of Placer County Annual Fall Gala

On September 22, 2017, Child Advocates of Placer County invites you to celebrate an enchanted evening at our annual fall gala, themed “There’s No Place Like Home.” Join us as The Falls Event Center is transformed into the Emerald City—replete with all the captivating delights that will transport you to a world of absolute fantasy and unlimited possibilities.

This year’s formal and festive event will feature culinary excellence by award-winning Randy Peters Catering. Innovative and eclectic arts entertainment will be provided by Circosphere of San Francisco, adding to the spectacular mood of the evening.

Join us for the most awe-inspiring, breathtaking, and spirit-firing event of the fall season. Tickets are $200/person.

Sponsorships are also available.

Your participation will help support us in our mission to serve at-risk and foster youth in our community. We look forward to celebrating with you!

For more information or to purchase tickets go to https://casaplacer.org/ and click on events

 

Thursday, September 28th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Various dates in SeptemberLoomis Basin

Here is what’s happening in September in the Loomis Basin: Crate Label Design Contest through September 2. For more information, please contact the Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce at (916) 652-7252 or loomischamber.com.

 

Various Dates in September – Sacramento Zoo

Here is what is coming up in September at the Sacramento Zoo: Wells Fargo Wednesday September 6; Wild Affair September 16; Red Panda Day September 16; Deaf Awareness Day September 23; Senior Tea and Tours September 25; and Nature Explorers September 30. For more information, please call (916) 808-5888, or visit saczoo.org.

 

Various Dates in September – Nevada County Concert Band 

Every year, the non-profit NCCB brings back to life an era in American history when the local Sunday Band Concert was a grand social occasion. Located in Grass Valley/Nevada City, the NCCB performs concerts at public parks and local events. All concerts are free, with non-profit donations accepted. In September: Lake Wildwood Labor Day concert September 3; Nevada City Constitution Day street concert September 9; and “Summers of Love: Sunday Night Live” concert at Alta Sierra Country Club September 10. For more information, please visit nccb.org.

 

Various Dates in September – Fairytale Town

Fairytale Town in Sacramento is a 2.5-acre children’s play park and outdoor children’s museum that brings fairytales and nursery rhymes to life. They also offer special events and activities. In September: Sacramento Play Summit September 9; Community Day at the Sacramento Adventure Playground September 9; Grandparents Day September 10; and ScholarShare Children’s Book Festival September 16 and 17. For more information, please call (916) 808-7462, or go to fairytaletown.org.

 

Various Dates in September – American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In September: Wakamatsu Open Farm Day September 2; Fishing on the Farm September 6; Wrights Lake to Twin Lakes hike September 9; Coloma Gold Rush Cemeteries Tour September 9; Cronan Ranch hike September 16; Granite Chief Whiskey Creek / Five Lakes Trail / Shanks Cove Trail / Overnight Backpack September 16; Wakamatsu historical Public Tour September 17; Native American Flute Class September 21; and Monroe Ridge Family Hike September 30. No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to sign up, and to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

 

Ongoing – Art Revealed Show Studies the Art of Community 

 Jill Alcorn, Associate Dean of Continuing Education at Sierra College, Rocklin CA, invited host Gayle Rappaport-Weiland and the entire crew of The Art Revealed Show to learn about the Art of Community. Community Education at Sierra College offers a kaleidoscope of exciting classes and activities designed to meet the personal enrichment and professional development interests of their diverse community. The courses are short-term, not-for-credit, fee-based classes, workshops, and training programs providing opportunities to expand students’ horizons, hone their talents, or introduce them to a new skill so that learning is life-long. This “mini-view” can be seen at Art Revealed on You Tube, and at facebook.com/artrevealedshow. You can also see other episodes, and subscribe to upcoming episodes. The Art Revealed Show features Northern California artists and those who influence art on a global basis. Each on-location episode is about 3 minutes long. Gayle Rappaport-Weiland is a Northern California artist, teacher, and entrepreneur. For more information about Gayle, visit grappaport.com.

 

OCTOBER

 

Wednesday, October 4th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Thursday, October 5 — 11:00 a.m. – Sons in Retirement

Retired men  –  Join “Sons in Retirement” (SIR) Branch 37 for their Lunch Social at 11am Thursday, October 5th, at the Auburn ELKS Lodge, 195 Pine Street in Auburn.

The October speaker will be Detective Adam Cline of the Auburn Police Department.  Detective Cline will be discussing the current opioid drug crisis.

SIR Branch 37 is celebrating their 45th Anniversary of serving Placer and El Dorado Counties’ retired and semi-retired men.

The SIR group has many activities: poker, golf, computers, bocce ball, model airplanes, etc. There are no dues. They are always looking for new members, so come check them out.

For more information contact Bill Gray at (530) 305-3126 or billgray01@gmail.com

 

Thursday, October 5 — 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. – Women’s Fund El Dorado 2017 Annual Celebration 

All community members are welcome to join WFED in “Celebrating a Decade of Giving” as it marks 10 years of growth, service, and accomplishments. Since it was founded in 2007, this collective giving organization has grown to more than 400 members, and has granted nearly $500,000 to nonprofits on the county’s western slope. Keynote speaker is Dr. Jamie Orr, an entrepreneur, physicist, and educator with expertise across a wide range of technical fields. A founding member of Tahoe Women’s Community Fund, she will share her theories on emergent philanthropy and creating change with groups. The celebration includes a buffet dinner and will be held at the El Dorado County Fairgrounds Forni Building, 100 Placerville Drive, Placerville. For information and tickets, now on sale for $30 ($35 Sept. 22-Oct. 5), visit womensfundeldorado.org, or call (530) 622-5621.

 

Saturday, October 7th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

Christine Pelosi, Chair of the California Democratic Party’s Women Caucus and Derek Cressman, California-based political reform advocate, author and former California Secretary of State candidate, will be the guest speakers at the Auburn Area Democratic Club’s (AADC) annual fall fundraiser on Saturday, October 7, from 2 to 5 p.m., at the General Gomez Arts & Events Center, 808 Lincoln Way in Auburn

Speaking on the topic “How California Can Lead the Nation,” the guest speakers will provide a backdrop for dialogue on engaging voters on local issues, upcoming candidate elections in 2018, and how California is poised to take a leadership role in political reform.

The lively fundraiser will also feature a Silent Auction, hors d’oeuvres prepared by Joe Gleason of Joe Caribe’s Caribbean Bistro and Café in Auburn, wine from Pescatore Winery in Newcastle, and jazz music performed by the Equinox Jazz Ensemble.  Tickets are $39 and also include one complimentary drink of beer or wine and are available at www.auburndemocrats.com, the October 5 AADC monthly meeting, or at the door at the General Gomez Arts & Events Center.

 

Thursday, October 12th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Saturday, October 14th – Women of Worth

 

Sunday, October 15 – 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. – 2nd Annual Horses for Healing Golf Tournament 

Enjoy an afternoon of golf at Auburn Valley Golf Club, 8800 Auburn Valley Road, Auburn – 175 acres of beautiful fairways, 13 lakes, bunkers in all the right places, and plenty of trees for shade and ricochet shots. The tournament includes 18 holes of golf, a cart, range balls, and tri-tip/chicken BBQ dinner…and you’re helping Horses for Healing Therapeutic Riding Center, serving children and adults with special needs in Placer County since 1997. To sign up now as a foursome ($400) or as a single player ($125), visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-horses-for-healing-golf-tournament-tickets-36037240356. For more information, or to learn about Sponsorship opportunities, please call (530) 887-9573.

 

Thursday, October 26th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Various Dates in October – American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In October: Fishing on the Farm October 4; The Yo Semite October 5; Wakamatsu Open Farm Day October 7; Cronan Ranch hike October 15; Wakamatsu historical Public Tour October 15; Star Gazing and Wine Tasting at Wakamatsu Farm October 21; and Capturing Wakamatsu: A Poetry Workshop October 22. No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to sign up, and to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

  

NOVEMBER

 

Wednesday, November 1st – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Thursday, November 9th – Auburn Area Democratic Club

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (AADC) is hosting a series of free workshops to build an environmentally progressive team of Advocates in Placer County, who will: comment on projects moving through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) process; and recruit candidates or take seats on Boards and Commissions that influence land use and social policy in Placer County and in Placer County cities.

Through the workshop series, “Advocates will learn to follow land use and social policy activity, review CEQA documents, write legally defensible comments on those documents and deliver those comments to Councils, Boards and Commissions,” explains Leslie Warren, Advocates Committee Chair from the AADC. “Advocates will be a voice for progressive social and environmental issues,” she adds.

Advocates will review the many open seats for Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees and find their place, where their input will contribute progressive thought to the decision-making process. The many Advisory Boards in Placer County and cities such as Lincoln, Auburn, Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, and Colfax – need progressive voices and it is through this program that voters will know future progressive candidates.

The Advocates Workshop series will begin September 28 and continue weekly through November 9. The free Advocates Workshops will use a team teaching approach that will be interesting and fun!

All Advocates Workshops will be held at the Moonraker Brewing Company, 12970 Earhart Avenue, #100, in Auburn, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Following is the workshop series schedule:

  • Thursday, September 28: Overview of Land Use Issues in Placer County and role of CEQA in Land Use; Understanding the Vocabulary and Acronyms from NOP, Neg Dec to Final EIR.
  • Wednesday, October 4: How to Review an Environmental Document and Comment On These Documents Using Legally Defensible Terminology.
  • Thursday, October 12: What is the Placer County Conservation Plan? (PCCP) and How Will It Affect Environmental Review?
  • Thursday, October 26: Making Your CEQA Comments and Peer Review.
  • Wednesday, November 1: Guiding Policy From the “Inside” – Serving on Boards and Commissions
  • Thursday, November 9: Advocates Graduation and Coordinating Our Future Impact.

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat for this workshop series, please email advocateslead@gmail.com.

The Auburn Area Democratic Club (http://www.auburndemocrats.com/) focuses their efforts to advance the goals of the Democratic Party through public policy and political issue analysis, education, fund-raising, recruitment, coordination with other Democratic groups, and other activities to benefit the Democratic Party.

 

Various Dates in November – American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In November: Wakamatsu Open Farm Day November 4; Family Hike at Cronan Ranch November 4; Olmstead Loop Hike: small ponds, grinding rocks, and meadow November 17; Cronan Ranch hike November 18; Wakamatsu historical Public Tour November 19; and Fall Bird Walk at Knickerbocker Creek November 19. No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to sign up, and to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

 

Ongoing – Art Revealed Interview Features The Art of Relaxation

Annie Hopper, owner of Yoga Village in Arroyo Grande, California, invited host Gayle Rappaport-Weiland and the entire crew of The Art Revealed Show to learn about the Art of Relaxation. Yoga Village is a community unto itself where individual attention is emphasized. Everyone is welcome to practice their yoga, from the newest beginner to the most experienced, and the extremely fit to those with major physical limitations. This “mini-view” can be seen at Art Revealed on You Tube, and at facebook.com/artrevealedshow. You can also see other episodes, and subscribe to upcoming episodes. The Art Revealed Show features Northern California artists and those who influence art on a global basis. Each on-location episode is about 3 minutes long. Gayle Rappaport-Weiland is a Northern California artist, teacher, and entrepreneur. For more information about Gayle, visit grappaport.com.

 

Ongoing – Art Revealed Interview Features The Art of Relaxation

Annie Hopper, owner of Yoga Village in Arroyo Grande, California, invited host Gayle Rappaport-Weiland and the entire crew of The Art Revealed Show to learn about the Art of Relaxation. Yoga Village is a community unto itself where individual attention is emphasized. Everyone is welcome to practice their yoga, from the newest beginner to the most experienced, and the extremely fit to those with major physical limitations. This “mini-view” can be seen at Art Revealed on You Tube, and at facebook.com/artrevealedshow. You can also see other episodes, and subscribe to upcoming episodes. The Art Revealed Show features Northern California artists and those who influence art on a global basis. Each on-location episode is about 3 minutes long. Gayle Rappaport-Weiland is a Northern California artist, teacher, and entrepreneur. For more information about Gayle, visit grappaport.com.

 

Now through Wednesday, September 20 – Grant High School Graduating Class 50th Reunion Information

The Grant Union High School graduating class of 1967 is planning a 50 year reunion September 30. If  you are a graduate of the class of 1967, and wish to obtain more information regarding the reunion, please  contact the reunion committee at (408) 836-9843, or send an email to GUHS67reunion@aol.com. The  Grant Union High School Alumni Association office and web site also has information regarding the reunion.

 

Ongoing – Art Revealed Interview Features The Art of Relaxation

Annie Hopper, owner of Yoga Village in Arroyo Grande, California, invited host Gayle Rappaport-Weiland and the entire crew of The Art Revealed Show to learn about the Art of Relaxation. Yoga Village is a community unto itself where individual attention is emphasized. Everyone is welcome to practice their yoga, from the newest beginner to the most experienced, and the extremely fit to those with major physical limitations. This “mini-view” can be seen at Art Revealed on You Tube, and at facebook.com/artrevealedshow. You can also see other episodes, and subscribe to upcoming episodes. The Art Revealed Show features Northern California artists and those who influence art on a global basis. Each on-location episode is about 3 minutes long. Gayle Rappaport-Weiland is a Northern California artist, teacher, and entrepreneur. For more information about Gayle, visit grappaport.com.

 

August, 2017

 

 

 

 September, 2017

 

Saturday, September 16 – 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – 20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup

Join SYRCL and the community for the 20th Annual Yuba River Cleanup! They have nearly 90 miles of rivers, creeks, and shoreline to cover in just one day and need your help keeping our local rivers trash free. Help them haul out the garbage, divert recyclables from the landfill, and keep the Yuba clean, safe, and healthy. This event has been going strong for 19 years, hauling out more than 200,000 pounds of garbage and recycling! Help make the 20th the best yet! For more information, please call (530) 265-5961, or e-mail jenn@syrcl.org.

 

Now through Wednesday, September 20 – Grant High School Graduating Class 50th Reunion Information

The Grant Union High School graduating class of 1967 is planning a 50 year reunion September 30. If  you are a graduate of the class of 1967, and wish to obtain more information regarding the reunion, please  contact the reunion committee at (408) 836-9843, or send an email to GUHS67reunion@aol.com. The  Grant Union High School Alumni Association office and web site also has information regarding the reunion.

 

Various Dates in September – UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension

UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension offers events and workshops. In September: Lasagna Gardening September 16; and Open Garden Day September 20. For more information, please call (530) 889-7385, or visit pcmg.ucanr.org or ceplacernevada.ucanr.edu.

 

Various Dates in September – City of Rocklin

Here are events coming up in September in Rocklin: Patriot Day September 10; Hot Chili & Cool Cars September 16; and Gather September 28. For more information and events, please visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

 

Various dates in September – UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners

The UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners offer events and workshops. In September: Fish & Wild Game September 16. Please call (530) 621-5502 if you need assistance or require accommodations for any physical challenge. You can check for class changes or get more information by calling (530) 621-5512. For more information, visit http://ucanr.edu/edmg. Please also check out their Facebook page at El Dorado County Master Gardeners.

 

October, 2017

 

Various Dates in October – UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension

UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension offers events and workshops. In October: Basic Composting October 21; The Benefits of Planting California Native Plants October 21; and Open Garden Day October 25. For more information, please call (530) 889-7385, or visit pcmg.ucanr.org or ceplacernevada.ucanr.edu.

 

Various Dates in October – City of Rocklin

Here are events coming up in October in Rocklin: The Rocklin Mini Maker Faire October 14; Platinum Living Amphitheater Concert October 17; and Gather October 26. For more information and events, please visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

 

Various dates in October – Loomis Basin

Here is what’s happening in October in the Loomis Basin: 30th Annual Loomis Eggplant Festival October 7. For more information, please contact the Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce at (916) 652-7252 or loomischamber.com.

 

January 2018

 

Thursday, January 11 through Monday, January 15 – Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival leaves you feeling INSPIRED and MOTIVATED to go out and make a difference in your community and the world. Wild & Scenic is organized and produced by SYRCL (the South Yuba River Citizens League). At this festival, you’ll witness how individuals and communities across the globe are taking action and becoming part of the solution on issues ranging from energy, food systems, biodiversity, climate change, and the protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters. You’ll experience the adrenaline of kayaking the wildest rivers, climbing the highest peaks, and trekking across the globe with adventure films from around the world. You’ll explore the issues and movements with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers, and celebrities. And you’ll celebrate the natural and human world in all its diversity, in 9+ venues for films and workshops, a children’s Saturday morning kids program, art shows, wine tastings, a Gala Event, and awards ceremony. For more information, please visit wildandscenicfilmfestival.org.