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————————- THURSDAY, JULY 21 CODING FOR KIDS – REGISTRATION REQUIRED (SCHOOL AGE (6-12)) AT THE ROBBIE WATERS POCKET-GREENHAVEN LIBRARY: Coding for Kids / Google CS First: Storytelling. In this series of 8 weekly workshops (Thursdays at 2pm-3:30pm, June 23 through
By Monica Stark email@example.com Derrick DeMelo, Brian Martins, Alex Sardinha, and Jason Casimiro also known as the Portuguese Kids will bring situational, sketch and improv to Pocket’s very own Sacramento Portuguese Holy Spirit Society Hall on Friday, Feb. 26. In
Editor’s Note: About an hour before going to press for this issue of the Land Park News, the following letter was sent to the newsroom via email. It is being reprinted in its entirety. Dear Camellia Families and Friends, This
The Sacramento Elks Lodge No. 6 building at 6446 Riverside Blvd. is shown following its completion in the late 1970s. / Photo courtesy of Elks Lodge No. 6 The Sacramento Elks Lodge No. 6 building at 6446 Riverside Blvd. is
Photos by Monica Stark Shown here are a selection of photos from last year's Spirit of the Pocket 4th of July Parade.
Pocket Area Churches Together, which includes Faith Presbyterian Church, Greenhaven Lutheran Church, Greenhaven Neighborhood Church, Riverside Wesleyan Church and St. Anthony Catholic Parish, held its annual Walk and Bike to Church event on Sunday, May 31. Folks were encouraged to
This year’s parade will be like those before, as it is set to start at 10 a.m. at Lisbon School and will make its way along Windbridge Drive to Garcia Bend, where an awards ceremony, local business community fair, music
Photo by Alice Smodji Pocket resident Roy “Ski” Majewski stands next to his 1968 El Camino. Neighbors Ski and Fred Wood are gearing up for a classic car meet and greet on Sunday, June 7 from noon to 4 p.m.
Dolores Greenslate feeds ducks in the Pocket area. Greenslate, who was once known as the “Duck Lady,” is shown in some of her original duck feeding attire, including boots that she wore while feeding ducks at Lake Greenhaven during the
Off and on for nearly 30 years, author Jackie Boor gathered story pieces about the life and controversial death of her great-grandfather, three-term Nye County, Nevada, Sheriff Tom Logan, who was killed in the line of duty on April 7,