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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.

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May, 2017

 

Various dates in MayAuburn Library

The Auburn Library, located at 350 Nevada Street, offers events throughout the year. In May: Used Book Sales May 3 and 6; NOON Program “Protect Yourself From Scams” May 5; PAWS to Read May 10; Auburn Junior Book Club May 10; NOON Program “Singing 101” May 19; Auburn Book Buzz Book Club May 24; Mother Goose Tuesdays and Wednesdays; ESL Class for Adults Tuesdays and Thursdays; Preschool Storytime Thursdays; Time for Twos Fridays; LEGO Club Saturdays; and Computer Classes Saturdays. For more information, please visit placer.ca.gov/departments/library/events.

Now through Tuesday, June 20 – Call for Artists for Mural

Foresthill Union School District is looking for a talented artist to create mural designs for the front of the Foresthill Creative Arts Center. The mural will be located at the front of the building and may extend 40 feet – in the area between the office down to the gym entrance. Design themes should include: Foresthill, Art, and Education. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, June 20 at noon to the District Office at 24750 Main Street, Foresthill. A panel will review the designs and select a winner.  The winner will receive $500 for the winning design, and another $500 at completion after oversight of volunteer artists! The winner will be contacted by July 3, with the announcement to be made at the 4th of July community celebration at Memorial Park. They are hoping for work to begin in July so that the mural can be ready for their Grand Opening, Saturday, September 9. The artist will also be responsible for overseeing a team of volunteers to complete the project. For more information, please call Foresthill Creative Arts Center at (530) 367-2212.

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.

 

 

June, 2017

 

Thursday, June 1 – 11:00 a.m. – Sons in Retirement Branch 37 Lunch Social

Retired men – Join “Sons in Retirement” (SIRS) Branch 37 for their Lunch Social at the Auburn ELKS Lodge, 195 Elm Street. The June speaker will be Bob Richardson, Auburn’s new City Manager. Mr. Richardson has many ideas and insights into Auburn, since he was the City Manager just a few years ago. If you have questions or concerns about Auburn, this is a great opportunity to hear directly from the man in charge. This SIRS group has many activities: poker, golf, computers, bocce ball, model airplanes, etc. There are no dues. They are looking for new members, so come check them out. For more information, contact Paul McDaniel at (530) 269-0625 or papamike1937@gmail.com.

Thursday June 1 – 7:00 p.m. – Returning Fire to Our Forests

Fire is a natural ecological process in the Sierra Nevada, equal in significance to floods, volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, and other natural disturbances. The mandated forest plan revision process for the Tahoe National Forest is the opportunity to directly address the strategic use of fire on the landscape, and suppression to manage for multiple benefits of natural resources and human communities. Susan Britting will discuss this use of fire to allow low, moderated, and high severity fire effects in the Sierra Nevada, creating a healthy and resilient landscape. Susan Britting has been with the Sierra Forest Legacy since 1998 as the primary science and policy consultant, and in July 2012 she became its Executive Director. She served on the California State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, where she was chair of the Forest Practices Committee. This is presented by the Sierra Foothills Audubon Society, and will be held in the Community Room of the Helling Library in Nevada City. For more information, please visit sierrafoothillsaudubon.org.

Saturday, June 3 – 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Book Sale

The next Friends of the Nevada County Libraries’ next monthly Book Sale will be held at the Doris Foley Historical Library, 211 N. Pine Street, Nevada City. Most books cost between 25¢ and $3. There are thousands of paperback and hardback books, including fiction, nonfiction, children’s, collectible, etc. This month’s sale features history and garden books. Your gently-used books can be donated at any Nevada County library branch or outside Raley’s grocery in Grass Valley. This is a great way to support your local libraries. Proceeds go toward library materials, programs, and equipment. For additional information, phone (530) 265-1407, or e-mail friends@ncfol.org.

Thursday, June 8 – 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. – Free Small Business Tax Seminar

George Runner is your elected taxpayer advocate and member of the State Board of Equalization. Small businesses are critical to the economic health of our state, but California’s tax laws can be complicated and confusing. If you run a small business, George invites you to attend one of his free small business tax seminars The next small business tax seminar is in Placerville. Register online at boe.ca.gov/seminars.

Thursday, June 8 – 7:00 p.m. – Georgetown Town Hall Meeting

District 4 Supervisor Michael Ranalli will hold a Town Hall meeting in Georgetown to provide an update on state and county efforts in response to the county’s tree mortality crisis, and discuss the community’s interest in revitalizing the Georgetown Fire Safe Council. The meeting will be held at the Georgetown Community Center, 6329 Lower Main Street Georgetown. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Representatives from the El Dorado County Fire Safe Council, the Georgetown Fire Protection District, and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) will also attend this meeting to provide information and answer questions.

Mondays, June 12 through July 3 – 6:30 p.m. – Women Singers Wanted to Rehearse with Sierra Gold Chorus for National Anthem at Auburn 4th of July Festival
Ladies, show your American Pride! Sing the National Anthem with Sierra Gold Chorus at the Auburn 4th of July Festival! Join Sierra Gold for four Monday evening rehearsals beginning June 12 at 6:30 p.m. They will teach you the National Anthem, a cappella style, then you will perform with them at the Auburn festival. Rehearsals are held at Parkside Church, 3885 Richardson Drive, Auburn. There is a $5 materials fee, refundable upon return. All women are welcome, no experience required. For more information, please contact Terrie at terriebari@yahoo.com, or call (530) 350-0247.

Thursday, June 15 – 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. – 10th Annual Light of Hope Celebration

Please join CASA Sacramento for the 10th Annual Light of Hope Celebration at the Beatnik Studios in Sacramento. There will be live music and dance performances, youth art auction, wine, beer, hors d’oeuvres and more! The proceeds from this event go directly to serving Sacramento’s most vulnerable foster youth. Please help CASA Sacramento bring the Light of Hope to foster youth in our community. To purchase tickets for the event, please contact Margaret at (916) 875-6606 or margaret@sacramentocasa.org.

Thursday, June 15 – 7:00 p.m. – The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness is a 2006 American biographical drama film based on entrepreneur Chris Gardner’s nearly one-year struggle being homeless. A heartwarming film that demonstrates how good, hard-working people can become homeless almost overnight, Pursuit of Happyness is a showcase for Will Smith, who convincingly portrays a down-and-out dad trying to better his family’s life. Based on the true-life story of Chris Gardner, a San Francisco salesman forced at times to shelter his young son (played by Smith’s adorable look-alike offspring Jaden Smith) in a men’s room. As for the movie’s misspelled title, it’s inspired from a scene in the film. Seeing a mural drawn by the children at a daycare center, Chris points out to the proprietor that “happiness” is spelled incorrectly. She notes that it doesn’t matter how the word is written–just that the kids have it. This is presented by Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center, and will be shown at the State Theatre, 985 Lincoln Way, Auburn. For more information, please visit livefrom auburn.com.

 Saturday, June 17 through Sunday, June 25 – Alasdair Fraser’s Sierra Fiddle Camp

Alasdair Fraser’s Sierra Fiddle Camp will be held in Nevada City. For applications and information, please visit sierrafiddlecamp.org, or call (530) 478-9004.

Now through Tuesday, June 20 – Call for Artists for Mural

Foresthill Union School District is looking for a talented artist to create mural designs for the front of the Foresthill Creative Arts Center. The mural will be located at the front of the building and may extend 40 feet – in the area between the office down to the gym entrance. Design themes should include: Foresthill, Art, and Education. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, June 20 at noon to the District Office at 24750 Main Street, Foresthill. A panel will review the designs and select a winner. The winner will be contacted by July 3, with the announcement to be made at the 4th of July community celebration at Memorial Park. They are hoping for work to begin in July so that the mural can be ready for their Grand Opening, Saturday, September 9. The artist will also be responsible for overseeing a team of volunteers to complete the project. For more information, please call Foresthill Creative Arts Center at (530) 367-2212.

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

UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension offers events and workshops. In June: Remove your Lawn and Create a Pollinator Paradise June 17; Build a Pollinator Corridor June 17; and Open Garden Day June 21. For more information, please call (530) 889-7385, or visit pcmg.ucanr.org or ceplacernevada.ucanr.edu.

Various Dates in June – City of Rocklin

Here are events coming up in June in Rocklin: Celebrate the Arts! June 4; Shakespeare in the Park June 8 – 10; Free Movie Friday Secret Life of Pets June 16; Platinum Living Amphitheater Concert June 18; Gather June 22; and Celebrate American June 24 – 25. For more information and events, please visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

Various Dates in June – 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 June: Theater Show “Little Red Riding Hood” June 3 and 4; Community Day at the Sacramento Adventure Playground June 10; Family Campout at Fairytale Town June 16; Little Ranchers Summer Camp for ages 4 – 6 June 19 – 23; A Midsummer Night’s Dream & Crystal Ice Cream Fantasy June 24; and Storybook Stage Summer Camp June 26 – 30. For more information, please call (916) 808-7462, or go to fairytaletown.org.

Various Dates in June – American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In June: Wakamatsu Farm Kite Festival & 148th Anniversary Observance June 3; Fishing on the Farm June 7; The Inside Dirt about Soils June 17; and Wakamatsu historical Public Tour June 18. No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

Various Dates in June – Sacramento Zoo

Here is what is coming up in June at the Sacramento Zoo: Little Peeps June 10, 16, and 24; and Zoo’s 90th Birthday Party June 17. For more information, please call (916) 808-5888, or visit saczoo.org.

Various dates in June – UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners

The UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners offer events and workshops. In June: Summer Pruning Demonstration June 3; Saturdays with Barry June 10; Control of Noxious & Invasive Weeds June 14; and  Tasters and demonstrations at the El Dorado County Fair June 15 – 18. 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.

Various dates in JuneLoomis Basin

Here is what’s happening in June in the Loomis Basin: 15th Annual Jim Kellner Golf Classic June 23. For more information, please contact the Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce at (916) 652-7252 or loomischamber.com.

Various dates in JuneAuburn Library

The Auburn Library, located at 350 Nevada Street, offers events throughout the year. In June: Used Book Sales June 7 and 10; Super Science Saturday – Kitchen Science June 10; Auburn Junior Book Club June 14; Wild Things! June 15; Mad Science June 22; and Third Annual Drive-In Movie June 29. For more information, please visit placer.ca.gov/departments/library/events.

Various Dates in June – Sierra College

Sierra College offers classes and activities to the public. In June: The Sierra College Patrons, a support group of the Sierra College Foundation, presents their spring fundraiser, The Vintage Marketplace, June 10. For more information, please visit sierracollege.edu.

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.

 

July, 2017

 

Saturday, July 8 – Noon to 5:00 p.m. – Unite America First – Save California

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Monday, July 10 through Thursday, July 13 – Mighty Fortress Vacation Bible School

Come to St. Paul Lutheran Church’s free day and evening Vacation Bible School, Mighty Fortress! This will be held at 275 Nation Drive, Auburn. The daytime session will be Monday, July 10 through Thursday, July 13 from 9:00 a.m. to noon for ages 3 through those going into 6th grade. Kids will make amazing crafts, enjoy yummy snacks, play fun games, hear fascinating stories, and sing great songs! On Thursday, July 13, there will be a program by the kids, and a free lunch for kids and their families beginning at noon. The evening session will be for children and adults of any age on Wednesday, July 12 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. with dinner, music, a story, and a craft. All of this is free, with an optional offering for Sharing God’s Mighty Word, which provides books to children in the United States who haven’t heard the gospel. For more details and to register, please visit vbsmate.com/StPaulLutheranAuburn.

Friday, July 21 through Sunday, July 23 – 32nd Annual Sierra Storytelling Festival 2017

Gather together among the towering pines and sloping lawns of the historic North Columbia Schoolhouse, 17894 Tyler Foote Road, Nevada City, to hear the nation’s top tellers share the great range of human experience through artfully-told tales. There will also be a workshop on polishing your storytelling techniques, an opening night and evening gala, and a children’s concert. You can also enjoy delicious local and organic food, beer, and wine vendors. For more information, please call (530) 265-2826, or visit sierrastorytellingfestival.org.

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

UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension offers events and workshops. In July: The Nevada County 4-H Youth Development Program offers a summer camp experience for youth ages 9 to 18 July 10 – 14; Harvesting and Preserving Your Summer Crop July 15; and Open Garden Day July 19. For more information, please call (530) 889-7385, or visit pcmg.ucanr.org or ceplacernevada.ucanr.edu.

Various Dates in July – City of Rocklin

Here are events coming up in July in Rocklin: Free Movie Friday Finding Dory July 7; Platinum Living Amphitheater Concert July 16; Comedy Under the Stars July 21; Gather July 27; and Stairway to Stardom July 30. For more information and events, please visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

Various Dates in July – 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 July: Theater Show: “Hansel and Gretel” July 1 and 2; International Celebration July 2; Community Day at the Sacramento Adventure Playground July 8; Camp Kaleidoscope Summer Camp July 10 – 14; The Fairytale Town Troupers present: “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” July 15, 16, 22, and 23; Gardens Galore Summer Camp July 17 – 21; Family Campout at Fairytale Town July 22 and 23; Music Makers Summer Camp July 24 – 28; Cat & the Fiddle Music Festival July 29 and 30; and Storybook Science Summer Camp July 31 – August 4 . For more information, please call (916) 808-7462, or go to fairytaletown.org.

Various Dates in July – American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In July: Fishing on the Farm July 5; Historic Flume Trail Hike July 8; Capturing Wakamatsu – A Poetry Workshop July 9; Cronan Ranch hike July 9 and 15; Lover’s Leap Hike July 16; and Healing the Heart July 30.  No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

Various Dates in July – Sacramento Zoo

Here is what is coming up in July at the Sacramento Zoo: Little Peeps July 7, 15, 22, and 28; and Family Overnight Safaris. For more information, please call (916) 808-5888, or visit saczoo.org.

Various dates in July – UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners

The UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners offer events and workshops. In July: All About Berries July 12; and Snacks on the Go July 15. 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.

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

 

Saturday, August 5 – 4th Annual Lunar Lunacy Ride

Cruise your bike under the moon light enjoying Sacramento’s iconic landmarks such as the Capitol, Sacramento River, Old Sac, Raley Field, the Railyards, and Golden 1 Arena. Hit the finish line and enjoy the ultimate festival experience with food trucks, live music, and vendor booths. Costumes, neon lights, and creativity are encouraged. This year’s ride benefits CASA Sacramento and their “Making Memories” program, which funds extracurricular activities for foster youth in Sacramento. This is a fun ride and not a race. In accordance with City permits, riders will have to obey all traffic rules and be cautious and considerate of their fellow riders. To ensure that everyone has fun and remains safe, all riders will be required to wear a helmet and have lights on their bikes. Front light and red rear reflectors are required. You are encouraged to use a flashing red rear light if you have one. For riders’ convenience, required lights/reflectors will be available for purchase at the event. There is no fee for small children riding in a bike trailer or attached bike seat. For the safety of cyclists and animals, no animals are permitted on this nighttime ride. For more information, please visit lunarlunacyride.org.

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

UCCE Placer & Nevada Counties Cooperative Extension offers events and workshops. In August: Year Round Vegetable Gardening August 19; and Open Garden Day August 23. For more information, please call (530) 889-7385, or visit pcmg.ucanr.org or ceplacernevada.ucanr.edu.

Various Dates in August – City of Rocklin

Here are events coming up in August in Rocklin: Free Movie Friday Lego Batman August 4; Gather August 24; Pup Crawl August 25; Platinum Living Amphitheater Concert August 26; and Woofstock August 27. For more information and events, please visit rocklin.ca.us/events.

Various Dates in August – 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 August: Storybook Science Summer Camp July 31 – August 4; Art in Nature Summer Camp August 7 – 11; and Dino Detectives Summer Camp August 14 – 18. For more information, please call (916) 808-7462, or go to fairytaletown.org.

Various Dates in August- American River Conservancy

The American River Conservancy (ARC) offers events and hikes to the public. In August: Fishing on the Farm August 2; Caples Lake to Emigrant Lake Hike August 19; and Granite Chief Whiskey Creek / Five Lakes Trail / Shanks Cove Trail / Overnight Backpack August 19 and 20. No dogs are allowed on ARC hikes unless stated. Pre-registration is required. For more information, to find out meeting locations, and to sign up, please visit ARConservancy.org/Activities, e-mail julie@arconservancy.org, or call (530) 621-1224.

Various Dates in August – Sacramento Zoo

Here is what is coming up in August at the Sacramento Zoo: Little Peeps August 4; and Family Overnight Safaris. For more information, please call (916) 808-5888, or visit saczoo.org.

Various dates in August – UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners

The UCCE El Dorado County Master Gardeners offer events and workshops. In August: Stone Fruits – From Garden to Table August 9; and Variety is the Spice of Life – Peppers and Spices August 19. 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.

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.

 

 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.