Preservation Sacramento held its 2018 Historic Home Tour in the Capitol Mansions Historic District neighborhood on Sept. 16. This year’s tour showcased six homes in the neighborhood bound by 22nd and 27th streets, Kayak Alley and Matsui Alley.
Visit Sacramento held a partner mixer on Aug. 27 which featured the 2018 Tower Bridge Dinner lead chefs and menu release at Canon in East Sacramento. The 2018 Tower Bridge Dinner is scheduled for Sep. 30, culminating Farm-to-Fork Month.
Photos: Charles Vincent McDonald
On Aug. 18, NeighborWorks Sacramento held its 9th annual Art, Wine and Food Classic at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria in downtown Sacramento. Attendees enjoyed a silent auction, displays from local artists, and tastings from local wineries, breweries and restaurants.
Comstock’s magazine held its quarterly client appreciation night Aug. 7 at Mayahuel in downtown Sacramento. Clients were treated to a pre-show dinner and reception before attending Mission Impossible 6: Fallout at Esquire IMAX Theatre.
photos: Tia Gemmell
Beast + Bounty held a VIP preview of its new restaurant space on July 28 at the Ice Blocks in Sacramento. Attendees enjoyed appetizers, champagne and networking. Beast + Bounty the first restaurant to open in the Ice Blocks development?
Photos Tia Gemmell
The Sacramento Biz & Tech for Women Meetup held their inaugural event Thursday, July 26 at Cowo Campus in midtown. The speaker series featured Silicon Valley entrepreneur and author Jenn LeBlanc who discussed her latest book, Changing Tides. Sacramento Biz & Tech for Women is an empowerment group for women in business and technology.
Photos: Tia Gemmell
Sacramento Self-Help Housing held its 16th Annual “Let Them Eat Cake” event in celebration of Bastille Day on July 12 at Beatnik Studios in Sacramento. Attendees partook in a Bastille Day celebration showcasing outstanding local cuisine, adult beverages, cake tasting, upbeat music and more.
Startup Grind Sacramento hosted its 4th annual Startup Summer Party at Urban Hive coworking space on July 17 at The Cannery. The event featured 25 startups and with over 400 people registered for the free event.
Comstock’s magazine celebrated the 16 entrepreneurs, representing 12 businesses, who graced the July cover with an issue release party on July 11 at Cowo Campus in Midtown Sacramento.
On Thursday, June 28 the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce held the 2018 installation Dinner at the Stockton Golf & Country Club. The evening included an installation ceremony of new board members and officers and the presentation of awards.
Photos: Tim Ulmer
The American River Bank Foundation employees, guests and community members enjoyed a barbecue and baseball game on July 3, in partnership with Court Appointed Special Advocates – a nonprofit that helps support foster youth in the court system and in life – at Raley Field in West Sacramento.
The Nehemiah Community Foundation was pleased to introduce the graduating NELP Class IV on June 25 — a group of 10 young professionals who have undergone an extensive 9-month program to prepare them for effective and ethical leadership within their organizations and communities. The graduation ceremony was held at the Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg and included 140 business and community leaders, program alumni and a keynote address by Assemblywoman Dr. Shirley Weber.
Photos: Charles Vincent McDonald
UC Davis Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship held its 2018 Big Bang! Business Competition Finalist Presentations & Awards Ceremony on May 24. The top five BigBang! Business Competition teams pitched their business ventures to compete for funding.
The 25th Annual UCP Humanitarian of the Year gala took place May 17th at the Hyatt Regency, hosting 390 guests who enjoyed a reception performance by Vivian Lee, and raised more than $250,000 for children with developmental disabilities including autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. The UCP Humanitarian of the Year honoree this year was Ann Madden Rice, CEO of UC Davis Medical Center.
Photos: Monica Toohey-Krause
Visit Stockton and the City of Stockton held the annual Feast at the Fox on Main Street on May 11 in Downtown Stockton. The farm-to-table dinner featured a five-course menu created by local chefs using locally sourced ingredients. The sold-out fundraiser benefited the San Joaquin Delta College Culinary Arts Program.
Photos: Randall Gee
On Monday, May 28, the Davis Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6949 and the Davis Cemetery District hosted their annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Davis Cemetery & Arboretum. The ceremony featured Davis Poet Laureate Dr. Andy Jones, an introduction by Mayor Pro-tem Brett Lee with a keynote by Jerry Coker, a U.S. Marine Corps rifleman in South Vietnam with the 2nd Battalion, 26th Marine Regiment.
Comstock’s magazine held its quarterly client appreciation night on May 16 at Mulvaney’s B&L. Clients were treated to a pre-show dinner and reception before attending “An American in Paris” at the Community Center Theater.
NKBA California Capital Chapter held its Annual Design & Build Event at The Greek Orthodox Church of Annunciation on May 11 in Sacramento. Attendees enjoyed a Farm-to-Fork themed dinner, live performances and a live auction benefiting Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento.
The Midtown Association held its annual Midtown Love event at Faces Nightclub on May 17 in Sacramento. Approximately 400 attendees enjoyed mermaids, dance performances and a lip sync battle at the showcase for Sacramento’s vibrant urban core.
Bogle Vineyards hosted the inaugural Swish and Swirl wine-pairing dinner, featuring Sacramento Kings player Doug Christie, on May 5. The event raised over $20,000 for local charities, including: Habitat for Humanity, Positive Coaching Alliance – Sacramento, Rotary Club of Roseville, Sacramento Food Bank, Sacramento SPCA and Shriners Hospital for Children.