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GIANT pumpkins invade Elk Grove

GIANT pumpkins invade Elk Grove

GIANT pumpkins are back in Elk Grove at the 19th Annual GIANT Pumpkin Festival this weekend, Oct. 5-6 at Elk Grove Regional Park. This year’s theme is The Great & Powerful GIANT Pumpkin.

The event opens at 10 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. each day. Admission is free and parking is $5.

For additional information, visit the Cosumnes Community Services District’s website here.

“Saddle Up & Paint” Fundraiser/BBQ set for Saturday, October 5

“Saddle Up & Paint” Fundraiser/BBQ set for Saturday, October 5

(Sacramento) La Raza Galería Posada (LRGP) and the Sacramento Police Mounted Association SPMA) are two non profit organizations coming together for one good cause.  This unique fundraiser, “Saddle Up & Paint” will support our programs for the community.  SPMA is “Saddling up” horses with new gear and supporting ongoing outreach programs.  La Raza Galería is “Painting” to raise money for children’s arts education programs.                         

On Saturday, October 5th, 2013 from noon-4pm, SPMA is hosting “Saddle Up and Paint” Fundraiser at 2700 Front St; Sacramento, CA 95818. 

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10-Day Festival Celebrating Sacramento's Unique Architecture Oct 10 - 19

10-Day Festival Celebrating Sacramento's Unique Architecture Oct 10 - 19

The 10-day Sacramento Architecture festival is a super fun festival, filled with events like an architecture bike tour,  a pub crawl, drawing safari for kids and farm-to-fork tour!

Appreciate the River City with Bike Tours, Drawing Safaris, Building Tours or a Pub Crawl.

The American Institute Of Architects, Central Valley Chapter (AIACV), announces the second annual Central Valley Region Architecture Festival.

3rd Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival

3rd Annual Sacramento Aloha Festival



 Saturday, October 5, 2013, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at Cal Expo


PARKING: $10 (opens at 8:30 a.m., no tailgating)


* Help and make contributions or donations of non-perishable food items (all donations going to http://www.seniorgleaners.org/)

 Aloha Festival is anticipating a large crowd this year – please bring your own chairs.

Bring the entire family down to celebrate a day of cultural fun!

Educational Exhibits


Speakers and Presentations

Health and Community Awareness Exhibits

Cultural Village

Keiki Korner – Arts & Crafts and Educational Information

Merchandise and Food Vendors

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Entertainment

Art Exhibit

Franklin Book and Bake Sale

Franklin Book and Bake Sale
Franklin Book and Bake Sale
11-16-2013 - 11-16-2013
Sacramento Public Library
Admission: Free
(916) 264-2920
Start Time(s): Sat 10am-3pm
Come join the Sacramento Public Library for a book and bake sale to raise money for the Friends of the Franklin Community Library
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2013 World Rabies Day Event

2013 World Rabies Day Event

Sacramento, CA.   What do a 3-month-old calf pastured next door to an ice cream parlor in Rhode Island, a kitten born to a barn cat in Colorado, and Bluetick/Walker Coonhound mix puppies for sale in Oklahoma have in common?  This summer, all of these animals exposed numerous people to rabies.  In each case, post-exposure treatment was necessary for every person who had contact with the rabid animals.  The rabid animals either died or were euthanized.  This all could have been prevented if the animals had been protected by rabies vaccination.

Rabies in people and their pets is rare here in the U.S.A., primarily because of the pet licensing and rabies vaccination requirements in most counties.  Nevertheless, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports approximately 6,000 cases of rabies in animals within the U.S.A.