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East Sac Art Contest

Posted by on Oct 26, 2015 in East Sac, Events | 0 comments

In honor of its 20th anniversary, 33rd Street Bistro is holding an art contest celebrating the goodness of its surrounding East Sac community. From November 1-7, artists can submit drawings, paintings or sculptures depicting their favorite East Sac locale and/or event. Winners will be announced at the restaurant’s official 20th anniversary party on November 14. In addition to possible cash prizes, entrants can expect publicity (in December’s issue of Inside East Sacramento Magazine) and display of their artworks in the restaurant through the end of the year or until they’re sold, whichever comes first. For more information, stop by the Bistro or send an email to...

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One Book 2015: Food Security Panel Discussion with The Nation

One Book 2015: Food Security Panel Discussion with The Nation

Posted by on Oct 23, 2015 in Clunie Community Center, East Sac, Events | 0 comments

As the self-proclaimed Farm-to- Fork Capital of America, Sacramento definitely loves and appreciates its food. That’s why the Sacramento Public Library chose The Third Plate by Dan Barber as its 2015 One Book selection. The book explores how to change one’s eating habits to promote sustainable agriculture, the full lifecycle of food and the entire country’s food system. This book is the starting point for a month-long discussion about food and Sacramento’s role in its production, protection and preparation. Part of this discussion will be conducted this coming Tuesday, October 27, at Clunie Community Center during a Food Security Panel Discussion with contributors to The Nation magazine, as well as other local food experts. From 6-7:30pm, the panel will focus on the facts and fiction of the food security movement. Admission is free, but registration is still required to attend. To do so, and get more information on the panel, go to...

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Haunted House and Fall Movie Night

Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in East Sac, Events | 0 comments

This Friday, October 23, wear your best costume and join area families in having a scary good time at David Lubin Elementary’s Haunted House and Fall Movie Night. Around 5:30pm, sixth graders at DLE will open up the haunted house they helped design. (Early tours are appropriate for young ones, but they get scarier later on in the evening.) Attendees will also get to enjoy pizza, cookie-decorating, games and, finally, a movie in the cafeteria. Proceeds from the night’s event will help fund the sixth grade trip to Red Wood Alliance, as well as other enrichment activities for DLE students. For more information, go to...

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Mad Scientist Halloween Laboratory

Posted by on Oct 20, 2015 in East Sac, Events, Mckinley LIbrary | 0 comments

It’s that time of year when a scientific experiment gone terribly wrong can actually be a good thing. Come on by McKinley Library this Friday, October 23, at 3:30pm to put all your mad scientist skills to good use in their Halloween Laboratory. Scientists of all ages are invited to dissect a slime brain, create a Frankenworm and transform themselves into monsters or zombies. At the end of the hour-long event, attendees will also get to make Halloween treats, including dry ice root beer brewed in the...

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Harvest Festival

Posted by on Oct 19, 2015 in East Sac, Events, Theodore Judah Elementary | 0 comments

Celebrate fall and help support a local school by attending Theodore Judah Elementary’s annual Harvest Festival, to be held this Friday, October 23. From 4:30-7:30pm, all in East Sac are welcome to stop on by the school for carnival-style booths (created by each class), photo booth, cake walk, pony rides and food for sale from a range of food trucks. Individual tickets and/or unlimited wristbands are available for purchase at www.theodorejudahpta.org. Proceeds from the event will go toward classroom supplies and field...

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