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StartupSac Happy Hour returns with another impressive guest entrepreneur ready to answer your startup, innovation, and entrepreneurial questions. Our guest this month is Rob Winkler, co-founder and CEO of 5th Planet Games, a game development startup focused on the development of core games for mobile and online platforms.
Join The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber for the 2018 State of Hispanics.
First Friday is an exciting community-oriented event that celebrates all that Oak Park has to offer and transforms the Broadway Corridor into an evening full of shopping, dining, arts installations, a pop up park, and festive community celebrations. It is a perfect place for dates, families, and friends.
Join us to tour three very different wineries with something for everyone! Stops will include Viaggio, Lang Twins and St Jorge, in Lodi.
For one of the winery tours you must have flat shoes. If you would like to tour, please be sure and wear the proper shoes.
Community members are invited to attend the 2nd Annual Harvesting Dreams to Reality fundraiser that benefits Improve Your Tomorrow (IYT), a local nonprofit that works to improve college attendance and graduation rates for boys and men of color.
This two day event will have a variety of fun fall activities for the kids in both the Steven Young Amphitheater and Sandra’s Rose Garden. Come on out either day or both and enjoy petting zoo, pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating, hay maze, tractor hay rides, cake walk, festival games, fun food and music!
Join Metro EDGE and 10 of the capital region’s young professional networking groups for a night on the pitch at Papa Murphy’s Park!
Join your peers to receive top-notch education from experts about legal issues with leave of absences and how to better manage benefits!
Get the right education to better manage your costs and risks in 2018.
Start your weekend at the new Friday Night at the Farm-to-Fork Festival, where Visit Sacramento is kicking things off with a pre-party on Capitol Mall on Sept. 28.
The Village Feast commences upon the closing of Saturday’s Davis Farmers Market—America’s Favorite Farmers Market—in celebration of September’s Sacramento-region Farm to Fork Month.
Now expanded to two days, the 2018 Farm-to-Fork Festival features a concert Friday night headlined by The Wood Brothers with Logan Brill and Idea Team, fresh-food bites, local wine, beer and other farm-to-fork treats from 4-9 p.m.
Designed to showcase and celebrate where our food and drinks come from, the Farm-to-Fork Festival brings us face-to-face with the people who are feeding our region and the world.
Spend a Sunday afternoon in the company of famed Chef Jeremiah Tower, Sept. 30 at the Kimpton Sawyer Sacramento. Visit Sacramento invites you to enjoy an intimate gathering hosted by Chef Tower, featuring delicious bites from Hawks Restaurant, Golden 1 Center, Sterling Caviar, and the Kimpton Sawyer served with local wines and beers.
Once again, the elegant white wave of dinner guests will invade one of Sacramento’s most prestigious public locations. For this 3rd edition, more than 1,700 revelers will descend on a new and secret location.
Don’t miss the 10th Year Anniversary Celebration of Exceptional Women of Color (EWOC) Conference and Expo. Keynote Presenter – CNN Political Commentator – Tara Setmayer presenting on “Women Matter: Claiming Our Physical Health & Financial Wealth”.
Join JDRF Northern California for the One Walk to cure type 1 diabetes (T1D). This community walk brings together people affected by T1D for a 5k walk through downtown Sacramento. JDRF One Walk has one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes (T1D). We know you want to make a cure a reality too—and we can’t wait for you to join us!
This fall the El Dorado Hills Chamber invites you to join us as we celebrate our agricultural roots at our first Farm-2-Fork Feast in the Foothills.
Join us this year as we toast John Jackson Jr. of Jackson Properties as NAIOP’s Person of the Year, 2018.
Join Green Tech Volunteers and its supporters including, Chet Hewitt, president and CEO of the Sierra Health Foundation, Saul McCoy, Van Jones (video message), the Sacramento County Office of Education, the California Endowment and the California Environmental Protection Agency in celebrating 10 years of service to opportunity youth in Northern California.
Taking place in October, Stockton Arts Week (SAW) is the most exciting arts and culture event in Stockton, California. Established in 2016, it is a week-long celebration of the diversity and wealth of creative talent Stockton has to offer.