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Bryte Playground, Farmers Market Updates

Bryte Playground, Farmers Market Updates

The walkways and borders of the new Disney/KaBOOM! playground in Bryte Park have been completed. All is ready for Build Day on May 31, when the playground will be constructed in just six hours.

Future site for the Disney/KaBOOM! playground in West Sacramento’s Bryte Park.

You can still be part of this amazing day.

Nearly 300 volunteers have registered so far. 100 more are needed. Lunch and refreshements will be served.

Sign up here!

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Disney Brings KaBOOM! Playground to West Sacramento

Disney Brings KaBOOM! Playground to West Sacramento

A large playground is coming to Bryte Park thanks to a partnership reached with the City of West Sacramento and the Disneyland Resort. The City Council approved the project in a unanimous vote last night.

Construction is scheduled for Sunday, May 31, 2015 when 400 community volunteers will build the project in just one day.

Disney has worked with KaBOOM! — a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing balanced and active play into the daily lives of kids — to build more than 50 playgrounds across the country throughout the past several years... Read More

Sycamore Trail Opens in West Sacramento

Sycamore Trail Opens in West Sacramento

Just in time for spring, a new public trail has opened in West Sacramento—the Sycamore Trail—a half-mile pathway from the Westfield Playfield, north of Michigan Avenue, south to West Capitol Avenue. Families, pedestrians and bicyclists will enjoy using the paved trail, which also features benches and picnic tables. Bring a picnic, take a break or exercise!... Read More

Bowling for Schools

Bowling for Schools

The West Sacramento Educational Foundation (WSEF) is hosting its big fundraiser for the year from 2 p.m.-8 p.m. Friday, March 13 at Capitol Bowl. The WSEF is one of West Sacramento’s only education-based 501(c)(3) non-profits. All funds raised by the WSEF organization go back to the schools and classrooms in the form of grants.

West Sacramento Education Foundation Board Member and West Sacramento resident Jaclyn Powell says, “WSEF was able to issue $5,000 in grants in 2014. Depending on the success of ‘Bowling for Schools,’ we hope to nearly double that number this year. Valuable programs in Washington Unified need additional funding, we don’t want to let them down.”... Read More

Construction Begins on Pool Deck at Recreation Center Aquatic Facility

Construction Begins on Pool Deck at Recreation Center Aquatic Facility

The City of West Sacramento and the Washington Unified School District have begun construction to restore the leisure pool deck at the Recreation Center Aquatic Facility, 2801 Jefferson Blvd. The project, scheduled for completion April 17, removes and replaces 3,500 square feet of concrete slabs. The competition lap pool remains open.

During construction, the Recreation Center parking lot will be modified:... Read More

River Cats Annual Preseason Party, Sunday, March 8

River Cats Annual Preseason Party, Sunday, March 8

An affiliate of the Oakland As since its Triple A beginning in 2000, the River Cats begin a new association with the San Francisco Giants at West Sacramento’s Raley Field this season.

On Sunday, March 8, noon-3 p.m. at Raley Field, celebrate the annual River Cats Preseason Party. . .with free hot dogs and soda, free ballpark and clubhouse tours, and free bounce houses, face-painters and balloon artists. The Party also celebrates the opening of the Raley Field Ticket Office. Single game tickets for the 2015 season go on sale! ... Read More

Calistoga Hosts Mudder of All Weekends Girlfriend Getaway Event

Calistoga Hosts Mudder of All Weekends Girlfriend Getaway Event

The Calistoga Chamber of Commerce today announces a brand new event to the area, “Mudder of All Weekends,” taking place Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29, 2015. The weekend-long experience includes a scavenger hunt, Pretty Muddy 5K fun run, restaurant and bar crawl, lodging and spa specials, yoga and dining offerings. The event is open to women, ages 14 and older.

A variety of lodging and spa properties in Calistoga are getting in on the action by offering Mudder of All Weekends packages featuring special room rates and spa deals, respectively. In addition, throughout the weekend participants will have access to Pretty Muddy menu specials and the chance to judge “dirtiest drink in town”.

The fun kicks off on Friday, March 27 with the “Scavenge Mud City” scavenger hunt. Calistoga businesses are extending their hours as guests hunt through the city, and race to see their name top the real-time leaderboard.