First Friday: Oak Park will feature full sidewalk activations incorporating businesses in the Oak Park corridor. From the corner of Broadway & Alhambra Blvd all the way through Broadway & 37th, restaurants, coffee houses, boutiques, shops, brewery, art galleries and food trucks will be participating. There will also be live music, theaters and special event activations accompanied with monthly raffles from items from local business.
As part of a collaborative, ongoing effort to improve wellness and education in Northern California communities, the Crocker Art Museum and Western Health Advantage have joined forces to ensure that fine art experiences are accessible to everyone. Pay What You Wish Sundays, which are held the 3rd Sunday of each month at the Crocker, give visitors a chance to choose their own admission price and explore the Museum’s galleries.
Join Grammy and Oscar-Winning Artist and Activist Common as well as a number of amazing special guests for a historic concert, Imagine Justice, at the Capitol Mall in Sacramento on Monday, August 21. Come together with Common and friends for a night of music, art, food and more. Imagine Justice is free and open to the public. Special guests for Imagine Justice will be announced in the coming weeks.
Capital Dance Project, in partnership with the Sacramento Kings and The Kings Foundation, proudly presents Sacramento first-ever Sensory Friendly Dance Performance.
Join us for a black tie optional event celebrating the compassionate care families receive from Sutter Care at Home’s hospice program. Enjoy a formal dinner from Taste Restaurant, cocktails and wine, live and silent auctions, music and dancing, as well as the story of one family’s touching experience with hospice. When the sun sets, light a lantern in honor of your loved ones.
More than 1,000 local residents are needed to spend a day caring for the community Sept. 22-23 by signing up for one of dozens of volunteer projects happening at nonprofits, schools and community parks across the region during United Way’s 5th Annual Day of Caring. The event, sponsored by Nationwide, will begin with a kickoff breakfast and rally at Cal Expo.
Join us as we celebrate 30 years of bringing animals from crisis into care and strengthening the human-animal bond. For each pint purchased, $1 goes to support RedRover’s life-saving programs!
Join us for the Roast and Toast of Doni Blumenstock.
Local kids through age 18 can enjoy free lunches this summer at locations across Sacramento County through mid-August, thanks to United Way California Capital Region’s summer meals program.
Come join 3Strands Global Foundation Saturday, October 7th for the 8th annual Break Free Run, The Race To End Human Trafficking. The run includes a 5k/10k run or walk and a kids fun run. The run begins at 8 A.M, but come join us at 7:30 A.M. to hear the amazing speakers. After the run, there will be a fun post run festival as well with music, kids activities, presentations, and more. Come out and help us put an end to human trafficking!
Help homeless families in crisis move from homelessness to self-sustainability while enjoying an unforgettable experience at the intersection of local farm-fresh food, art, wine and music!