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My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

My Neighborhood Golfland Splash Sweepstakes Contest

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Denio’s Celebrates Dad’s Day on June 16th

Denio’s Celebrates Dad’s Day on June 16th

Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market and Swap Meet will celebrate Dad’s Day on Saturday, June 16 with American classics: Classic Cars, Craft Beers and Corn Dogs. The inaugural “Dad’s Day at Denio’s” event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“Denio’s has always been family oriented,” said Ken Denio, owner of Denio’s Farmers Market and Swap Meet. “It was started in 1947 by my father and we hope that this will become a new tradition for fathers and their kids in years to come.”

“Dad’s Day” will take place on the Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market and Swap Meet grounds in the area known to many as the “flats.” More than 50 classic cars, including the Denio’s own 1947 fire truck will be on display. In addition, specialty craft beers will also be available for tastings and purchase to those over 21 for a small fee.

FREE Friday Concerts in the Park

FREE Friday Concerts in the Park

Start your summer weekends on the right note!

Featured band on June 15:
"Essex" -- rock/hip hop/R&B

Gather your family and friends; bring blankets, lawn chairs and a picnic; and enjoy the casual open-air setting and great music.  The beautiful setting of Folsom City Lions Park provides ample shade and plenty of room for kids -- and the young at heart -- to kick up their heels.

The popular Concerts in the Park series features talented local bands with a range of musical styles, from classic rock to country.

WHERE: Folsom City Lions Park, 403 Stafford St., Folsom, 95630

5 places to watch today's 'Transit of Venus' in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO - Sacramento area stargazers won't have to venture far to catch a glimpse of Venus' rare passage in front of the sun on Tuesday.

Story: Get a filter and look up: That dot is Venus

Related: How to safely view a solar eclipse

Several locations in the region are hosting viewing parties for the Transit of Venus event. Following are a list of those locations, along with the times at which crowds will begin to assemble to watch Venus as a little black dot, slide across the face of the sun:

Have Fun Around Downtown/Midtown for Charity

Have Fun Around Downtown/Midtown for Charity

Join the Ronald McDonald House Charities and hundreds of supporters by leisurely strolling through beautiful downtown and midtown Sacramento and savoring samples from 19 restaurants at the 3rd Annual Red Shoe Crawl on Sunday, June 24th 2012!

This even keeps on growing and the number of participating restaurants, which began at 10, is now 1 away from 20 restaurants.

How to safely and best view Sunday's solar eclipse

SACRAMENTO, CA - To fully see Sunday's solar eclipse may require a road trip from Sacramento to Reno or Lake Tahoe.

Sacramento astronomy lovers will get a partial eclipse in the valley while folks farther north will see the full "ring of fire."

In a rare occurrence, the sun will appear as a thin ring behind the moon.

The eclipse will be visible from several western states including Northern California.

Many astronomers will use a special solar telescope. Dr. Chris Taylor uses the instrument to teach his class at Sacramento State University. Taylor and his family will join millions around the world looking skyward for a glimpse of the solar eclipse.

"The moon is gonna pass between the earth and sun and block out part of the sun. Here in the Sacramento area we're going to get a partial eclipse," said Taylor.