About 40 State Agencies Recycle Coordinators formed a committee back in 2008, and are putting together the first annual “California Green Fair” to be held on Tuesday, April 20th from 11am - 1pm at the State Capitol West Steps. The purpose of this event is to provide an opportunity for state agencies to [...]
Sacramento, Calif.–A Hawaiian priestess will perform a blessing ceremony at Sacramento International Airport to launch Alaska Airlines new nonstop service from Sacramento to Maui. The Alaska Airline president will join Sacramento County and County Airport System officials, and an Alaska Airlines Ramp Agent has written an original song to celebrate the event and will perform [...]
The first week of March has been declared Cuss Free Week, thanks to a bunch of legislators in Sacramento who don’t have anything else to do. The budget shortfall could be one concern, and there are plenty of other problems that need tending to. So creating campaigns such as “no cussing” for one week, inspired [...]
Uptown, downtown and midtown–which Sacramento town is best for celebrating ice? This year in Sacramento the outdoor seasonal holiday ice rink moved from Uptown to Midtown, if that means a thing to us visitors who just want to find the town.
What it means is that you can come to the State Capitol, museums and history, [...]
Orange County Beaches– I just got off the phone with a girlfriend from Sacramento who realized this wasn’t her day to water her plants in the yard. Under water rationing restrictions imposed by the city, Sacramento requires residents to hold off and only water every other Saturday, she said.
I was fairly surprised. There’s no rationing [...]
Placer County, Calif.–It doesn’t matter if you’re a Valley Girl, a city boy, a surfer or stock broker. When the weekend comes, Placer County, California opens its arms with humor and song in an extravaganza of country living. The annual Cowpoke Fall Gathering Nov. 12-15, 2009 at the Blue Goose Fruit Shed in Loomis (take [...]
You’ll get two different answers as to why the chickens cross the road in California, depending on if you are in the Central Coast beach town of Arroyo Grande, or if you are in the Central Valley city of Fair Oaks.
In Fair Oaks they celebrate chickens each year with an annual Fair Oaks Chicken Festival [...]
California State Railroad Museum “Spookomotive” train is part of the Fall Harvest Days taking place in the Old Sacramento Historic District. In addition to the popular train rides, visitors can enjoy Halloween-themed fun such as hayrides, scarecrows and family-friendly activities. Spookomotive trains operate Saturday and Sunday, October 31-November 1, 2009.
Spookomotive trains depart on-the-hour from 11 [...]
Folsom, CA–Located east of Sacramento, Folsom hills turn a golden brown as summer fades an autumn takes hold. Its the locals’ favorite season for creative arts celebrating, and the anticipated Folsom Gourd Festival, September 26-27 2009 at Folsom City Park.
The 15th annual Folsom Gourd & Arts Festival features over 150 artists with exquisite artwork showcased [...]
California–When visiting California, there are many types of vacations to enjoy such as beach vacations, mountain vacations, lake vacations, state parks, national parks, island vacations, theme park attractions and seasonal and holiday vacations. We have always favored the California beach vacation, but combining it with other types makes for great exploring and a wide range [...]
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