Tag Archives: California Automobile Museum

Faces and Places: CruiseFest on Fulton Avenue

Photos courtesy of the California Automobile Museum Shown here is a collection of photos from this year’s American Graffiti-themed CruiseFest, which was held on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 4 to 8:30 p.m., benefiting the California Automobile Museum. In addition to

Land Park neighborhood nonprofits enjoy good turnout from the Big Day of Giving

The Sacramento region did it again for this year’s Big Day of Giving, which was held on May 5. With a regional goal of raising $5 million for local nonprofits, that target amount was smashed, totaling $5,613,799.; 36,531 donations were

Land Park area area nonprofits gear up for the May 5 BIG Day of Giving

The mission of My Sister’s House, 3053 Freeport Blvd, No. 120, is to serve Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive

Faces and Places: Fifth annual CAM Car Cruise

Saturday, Aug. 3 was a fun-filled day for the whole family as Cruisers paraded through the streets of Sacramento and along Fulton Avenue ending with a huge car show. Attendees enjoyed the local fares of Fulton Avenue merchants and were

California Automobile Museum founder shares his Sacramento memories

While relaxing in his Little Pocket backyard last week during a meeting with this publication, Sacramento native Dick Ryder was in a very reminiscent mood. He also proved that he enjoys kidding with others, as he chuckled and explained that

Edward Towe attends Founders’ Day at California Automobile Museum

Among the various draws of Sacramento is the California Automobile Museum on Front Street, just north of Broadway. And the majority of those who are most familiar with this museum remember the name Towe. After all, it was the then