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March for the Dream

March for the Dream

Posted by on Jan 19, 2016 in Events, Sacramento | 0 comments

This coming Monday, January 18, is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. In honor of his remarkable life and legacy, it is also the day when tens of thousands of Sacramentans will come together to walk, learn and work together to continue to make positive social change. Starting at two different Sacramento locations (the “Extra Mile” at Oak Park Community Center at 8am, and official start at Sacramento City College at 9am), participants will march to the Sacramento Convention Center. There, the Diversity Expo will be in full swing from 10am-2pm, with numerous vendors, speakers and other activities. Food trucks will also be on hand, and participants will be shuttled back to their points of origin via Regional Transit buses. For more information on this event, go to...

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Sacramento Beer Week 2015

Sacramento Beer Week 2015

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015 in East Sac, Events, Sacramento | 1 comment

Did you know that Sacramento is one of the nations leading craft beer markets? Starting on March 26th you will have the opportunity to get fully educated in local craft beers at the Sacramento Beer Week! Six years ago there were only 8 breweries in the Sacramento area but we have grown to over 40 breweries and are now celebrating the 6th annual Beer Week. The festival now attracts people from across the country. It all starts on February 26th at the Sacramento Brewer’s Showcase in the California Auto Museum where you will be able to enjoy exclusively local breweries. It finishes on March 8th with the Capitol Beer Fest event on the Capitol Mall with breweries coming from all over the country to help us celebrate our local love of beer. Last year, the Capitol Beer Fest event had about 5,000 people attend and it is expect to be more this year (and a bit better prepared too). Between the 26th and 8th there will be over 500+ official and unofficial events at local establishments such as an offering of New Belgium’s limited edition (3 keg batch) Salted Belgian Chocolate Stout at Berkley Bar or the Steal the Glass Night at Der Biergarten. With all this talk of local breweries and varied beers I’m tempted to add another unofficial event and host a Beer Week gathering in my back...

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17th Annual Sacramento Museum Day

17th Annual Sacramento Museum Day

Posted by on Feb 7, 2015 in East Sac, Events, Sacramento | 0 comments

For the 17th year, the Sacramento Association of Museums is offering the public free access to more than 25 museums and historic parks in the Sacramento area. With the exception of the Sacramento Zoo and Fairytale Town (which will charge visitors half-price to offset traffic and security costs), all participating museums are offering free admission all day Saturday, February 7. Just a few of the participants include the California Automobile Museum, California Railroad Museum, Discovery Museum Science and Space Center, and East Sac’s very own Museum of Medical History (which is right behind my listing at 5541 C Street but I didn’t know it was there till I took that listing). For more information on all the participating museums, special activities and more, visit...

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Leaf Season and the Claw!

Posted by on Nov 23, 2014 in East Sac, Sacramento | 0 comments

Here is an update about when the claw will be coming to your block to pick up leaves out of the street As per the City of Sacramento Office of Media & Communication: Leaf Season Update: Since November 1, crews have completed two full leaf collection rotations throughout the entire city in two weeks, and we started our third rotation this week. Crews are reporting heavier leaf drop, and larger piles. It can take crews ten days to two weeks between leaf collections during these heavy weeks. Check the Service Day Finder often as we update our collection estimates daily and your date may change. To make our estimates we factor in how many crews we have and how many zones we are clearing in a day. The biggest variable is Mother Nature. There is no way to predict how many piles we will encounter in any one zone. Also the heavy leaf drop is starting later this year than last year. Lots of residents are using their yard waste containers which we continue to collect weekly. This is proving to be a great help in getting more material off the street. Our crews will be working on Thanksgiving. I checked the Service Day Finder and sure enough, it had the correct day that the claw would be seen on my block…...

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Sutter’s Fort 175th Anniversary

Sutter’s Fort 175th Anniversary

Posted by on Aug 13, 2014 in Events, Sacramento | 0 comments

175 years ago, John Sutter arrived in the Sacramento area, leading to the construction of Sutter’s Fort, discovery of gold and the eventual founding of Sacramento. To commemorate Sutter’s arrival in August of 1839, Sutter’s Fort State Historical Park will conduct a special Hands On History event.  From 10am to 5pm this Saturday, August 16, you can relive history through a display of rare Sutter family and Fort artifacts, special guests (including Sutter family descendants) and a variety of interactive activities. These will include pioneer dress-up, cooking demonstrations, a corn husk doll craft station, period games for kids, and much more.  Tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for children 6-17 and free for children 5 and under. For more information, go to www.suttersfort.org or call (916)...

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817 26th Street Just Sold!

817 26th Street Just Sold!

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Just Sold, Midtown, Sacramento | 0 comments

I have a wonderful client that just purchased this great home in the Midtown’s Metro Square. We had gotten in contract on another property, but on closer inspection it just wasn’t the right fit for her and we had to cancel that transaction. I’m so happy to see her in this home instead because it lights her up where as the other one was just going to be lots of work to make it some place that she would be happy to be. The sellers of this home have been wonderful to work with and the transaction went very smoothly. I’m love seeing a happy client get a home that they truly love! Well worth the extra time searching to make that...

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