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Chautauqua Playhouse, in association with Celebration Arts, announces its production of “Driving Miss Daisy” by Alfred Uhry, opening on January 18th at the Playhouse. The show will run on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
The American Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition has made its way from New York to Carmichael at the Sacramento Fine Arts Center, the only venue on the West Coast. World class artists, Vangeli, Wiegardt, Birnbaum and California’s own Frank Eber, whose
The volunteer group Friends of Jensen Botanical Garden was asked by the Carmichael Recreation and Park District to restore/rejuvenate Charles C. Jensen Botanical Garden and since January 2004, when FJBG went into action, the volunteers have logged more than 6,051
Editor’s note: This is the eighth part of a series regarding the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. The northwest corner of Watt and El Camino avenues has for many years included a wide variety
Northern California’s favorite holiday musical, Scrooge, will be presented at the Chautauqua Playhouse, 5325 Engle Rd. in the La Sierra Community Center in Carmichael. This is the 33rd year that Scrooge will be presented during the holiday season. Scrooge opened
The Fulton Avenue Association decked the halls and brought good cheer to families on a wet and cold Christmas tree lighting ceremony, held annually for the sixth time on Saturday, Saturday, Dec. 1. Santa was there taking notes from children
Volunteers participated in the 11th Annual Tree Planting and Care event where they planted trees in Arden Park neighborhoods. This is one of dozens of re-greening efforts throughout the county with the Sacramento Tree Foundation’s NeighborWoods Program. Lunch was provided.
What has 56,000 legs, over 28,000 smiles and is the biggest “happening” in Sacramento every year? If you guessed the 19th annual “Run to Feed the Hungry” for Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, you guessed correctly. For nearly two
Country Club Plaza has rich history: Future exterior, interior upgrades, new stores, possible name change in the works for plaza
Editor’s note: This is the fourth part in a series regarding the history of the “four corners” of Watt and El Camino avenues. Country Club Plaza, as presented in the previous article of this series, began with a supermarket anchor