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I Street Bridge Replacement Project – Community Open House Thursday, Oct. 9

I Street Bridge Replacement Project – Community Open House Thursday, Oct. 9

The Cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento are holding a second open house meeting to provide an update on the I Street Bridge Replacement Project.  A new low-level, neighborhood friendly bridge upstream of the I Street Bridge is being planned to provide better access for bicycles and pedestrians, and serve motorists more efficiently.

Please attend the Environmental Scoping Meeting, Thursday, Oct. 9, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m., located at Sanford Gallery, 111 I Street, Sacramento. A walking tour will begin at 5:30 p.m... Read More

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PetSmart CEO, Mayor Johnson & Front Street Shelter Celebrate Opening of Pop-Up Park in Sacramento

PetSmart CEO, Mayor Johnson & Front Street Shelter Celebrate Opening of Pop-Up Park in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO – PetSmart, Inc. has partnered with the City of Sacramento to bring a portable, pop-up park to Sacramento. This portable dog park provides more than 9,000 square feet of space for pet parents to bring their dogs to play. PetSmart’s P.U.P. is a shipping container that contains everything that can be deployed to create an interim dog park, including 340 feet of fencing, three waste clean-up stations, three moveable benches, lighting on and inside the container.

 

While the park has been open to the community since August, a community celebration and official ribbon cutting will take place on Saturday, September 27. Speakers will include Kevin Johnson, Mayor of Sacramento and David Lenhardt, President and CEO of PetSmart.

WHAT: Community celebration and ribbon cutting at Sacramento’s first portable, pop-up dog park

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Stockton

VOTE for 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' in Stockton

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Mornings Anchor Keba Arnold and Reporter Tim Daly will be broadcasting live from 5-7 a.m. on Friday, October 3.

The voting starts Friday, September 26 and ends Tuesday, September 30 at 6 p.m.

This week's picks are in Stockton and they are:

Bobs at the Marina

Midtown Creperie & Cafe

Cast your vote NOW!

The winner will be announced Wednesday, October 1 on News10 Mornings.

Hiroshima performing at Crest Theatre Sept. 26!

Hiroshima performing at Crest Theatre Sept. 26!

Building on the success of the Taiko Project performance last year, the Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation (SASF) is happy that Hiroshima will be the performer for the Second Annual Benefit Show.

The Grammy nominated jazz/fusion ensemble Hiroshima is performing on Friday, September 26 at the Crest Theatre. Hiroshima’s unique blend of pop, jazz, R & B and Latin influences with exotic strains of their Japanese heritage has endured for over 35 years.

Hiroshima is very excited to be coming back to Sacramento. Dan Kuramoto and June Kuramoto, founders of Hiroshima, said the group has not performed in Sacramento for almost 20 years! SASF is extremely fortunate to host their return to Sacramento and hope all of our supporters will join us for a memorable night at the Crest Theatre.

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Panel Discussion on Raising Children with Special Needs October 11

Panel Discussion on Raising Children with Special Needs October 11

In collaboration with UC Davis and the Campus Community Book Project, the Yolo County Library is presenting a panel discussion on parenting children with special needs, featuring local parents and authors Dale Flynn, Andy Jones and Kate Duren.  The forum will take place on Saturday, October 11, noon to 1:00 p.m. in the Blanchard Room of Mary L. Stephens Davis Branch Library, located at 315 E. 14th St. in Davis.

The UC Davis’ Campus Community Book Project was initiated to promote dialogue and build community by encouraging the campus and surrounding communities to read the same book and attend related events.  This year’s project focuses on disability awareness with the book, Thinking in Pictures: My Life with Autism, by acclaimed researcher of animal behavior, professor, inventor and bestselling author, Temple Grandin.

Preventing Falls Can Save Lives

Preventing Falls Can Save Lives

It happens all too often – an energetic retiree pulls out a ladder and climbs on the roof to fix a leak, or is simply walking into the kitchen and trips on a throw rug – whatever the scenario, seniors are at risk for serious falls that could change the way they live their lives.

In fact, one in three adults over 65 will fall each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control. And of those who fall, 20 to 30 percent suffer injuries that make it hard for them to get around or continue to live independently.

“A fall can be life-changing,” said Wendie Skala, RN, trauma prevention coordinator at Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center. “While the vast majority will go home with no problems, for some it can mean going to an assisted living facility or depending more on family members for day-to-day care.”

Join Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes this Saturday Sept 27

Join Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes this Saturday Sept 27
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