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49th annual Orangevale Pow Wow Days County Town Fair

49th annual Orangevale Pow Wow Days County Town Fair

The Pow Wow Days County Town Fair will be held from Thursday, May 17 through Sunday, May 20 with anticipated attendance of more than 10,000.  For nearly five decades, spectators have been treated to a wide range of live entertainment, a variety of vendors and thrilling carnival rides provided by Butler Amusement, mouthwatering food and a grand parade.  Local exhibitors will display all types of goods this includes: artist, woodworks, jewelry, lot of crafters and commercial exhibits and many other attractions for the whole family.

Admission is FREE. Discounted “Unlimited” Carnival wrist band are available online. Parking is only $5.

This event is a fundraiser benefiting over 15 different non-profit service, youth and community organizations.

 

VOTE for your Weather StreetCasts Presented by Hyundai Event of the Week

VOTE for your Weather StreetCasts Presented by Hyundai Event of the Week

Every Friday in May and June News10 Meteorologist Monica Woods will broadcast her forecast LIVE from a community event in her StreetCast segment during News10 at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Voting begins Monday morning and ends Thursday at 5 p.m.

Monica will then announce in Thursday's 6 p.m.

Run with Nature in Folsom Saturday, May 12

Run with Nature in Folsom Saturday, May 12

Participation in Folsom’s popular Run with Nature 10K, 5K and Wild Way is an annual tradition for many local families and runners.  This year’s event will be held on Saturday morning, May 12 at Folsom City Lions Park.

Run with Nature includes a 10K course over the Folsom Lake Crossing bridge and down the American River Parkway; a 5K run and a non-competitive 5K walk; and a free one-half mile youth run through the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary.

Adventuresome individuals or groups may sign-up for the Wild Way, a two-plus mile run over assorted terrain, hills, fences, stairs and logs spanning a mud obstacle.  The Wild Way is also a great spectator sport.

Run with Nature also includes a post-race party, vendor fair, awards, raffles and refreshments at City Lions Park.  Learn more, or sign up to participate or volunteer at www.RunWithNature.com.

Easter Dining at Red Hawk Casino

Easter Dining at Red Hawk Casino

Red Hawk Casino is celebrating Easter with delicious dining and an amazing multiplier offer open to all Rewards Club members.

Club members who make reservations and dine in Henry’s Steakhouse, Koto Grille or Pearl Asian Cuisine on Sunday, April 8 will receive four to eight times their points based on their card level.  Gold card members receive four times, Platinum club members receive six times and Elite club members receive eight times points.

Points can be used for free play, dining at any of Red Hawk Casino’s five award-winning restaurants and Traders Gift Shop.  Reservations can be made by calling 888-573-3495.

 

Source: Emily Cady, Red Hawk Casino Publicist

Sacramento Children’s Home Hosts Wine Women & Shoes Fundraiser

Sacramento Children’s Home Hosts Wine Women & Shoes Fundraiser

Tickets On Sale Now for the Wine Women & Shoes National Fundraiser 
Benefiting the Sacramento Children’s Home
 

Who:            The Sacramento Children’s Home, Sactown Magazine and Wells Fargo are thrilled to bring Wine Women & Shoes to the fabulous ladies (and the men that love them!) of Sacramento! This exciting, new event brings together the best of both worlds...

The Annual Passport Wine and Food Event in El Dorado County

The Annual Passport Wine and Food Event in El Dorado County

What: Tickets for the most anticipated event in El Dorado Wine County are now on sale! This annual sell out PASSPORT event features new wineries, enhanced entertainment, unique food pairings.

When: The event will be held two different weekends:  
April 14 - 15 or April 21 - 22 from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day.

Second Annual STEM Expo Saturday at William Jessup University

Second Annual STEM Expo Saturday at William Jessup University

As you know, the rapid pace of technological growth coupled with the demands of a global economy that operates 24/7 raises the standard for schools to produce "life-long learners" who can keep up.

Studies show students as young as third grade have started thinking of their career path which is why it’s important to start early when getting kids to understand their options in science, technology, engineering and math, also known as STEM. Studies also show that STEM classes and career planning should be built into school curriculum as early as possible, and that hands-on activities and visits with professionals in different fields are necessary for students to learn how their work in the classroom can be relevant to a future career.

To support the STEM initiative, this Saturday, March 24, William Jessup University will host Placer County’s Second Annual STEM Expo, free and open to the public from 11 am to 4 pm.