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Arcade Creek Park Preserve Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

Arcade Creek Park Preserve Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Family Nature Activities and Ribbon Cutting Celebration 

Citrus Heights, California – The Sunrise Recreation and Park District (SRPD) is excited to invite the community out to the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the Arcade Creek Park Preserve, the newest park in the Citrus Heights area. The Grand Opening Ceremony will take place at 1:00PM on Saturday, November 1st. Ribbon cutting and presentations begin place at 1:30pm. The Arcade Creek Park Preserve features an extensive trail system with exercise equipment and play features throughout. Highlights include the areas first free public zip line, boardwalk, and nature area.

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2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!

2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!

 

 

2014 WEEKLY CHALLENGE #41: BREAK(YOUR)FAST!Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

 

 

Solar Eclipse Alert

Solar Eclipse Alert
Solar Eclipse Alert
10-23-2014 - 10-23-2014
Discovery Museum Science & Space Center
http://www.thediscovery.org/Events-Activities/solareclipsealert.html
Admission: Free with admission Museum Admission: Adults (Age 18+) $6 Seniors (Age 60+) and Teens (Age 13-17) $5 Children (Age 4-12) $4 Children (Age 0-3) and Members Free
 
(916) 808-3942
 
Start Time(s): Thurs Noon-4:30pm Planetarium presentations 12:30pm Eclipse begins 2pm
On the afternoon of October 23, Sacramento will be in the path of a very unusual event: a partial solar eclipse 
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Feeling Fall // Essentials for Creating a Cozy Mantel

Feeling Fall / Essentials for Creating a Cozy Mantel

We had a brief moment last week, where the temperatures dropped slightly and it was rainy and overcast. It was glorious and just a taste of what is to come. It left me wanting nothing more than to sit by the fire and snuggle in with my boys. So naturally, my mantel is the first area of my home to get a seasonal update.

My favorite way to usher in any new season is to add a few easy pieces to my fireplace mantel that have the feel and color palette I am craving.  No major sweeping changes, just a smattering of new details to create the perfect ambiance. 

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2 sought in Citrus Heights welding store heist


SACRAMENTO – Police are asking for the public's help identifying two individuals caught on camera casing a Citrus Heights store and stealing welding equipment on October 10.

Officer Wesley Herman of the Citrus Heights Police Department said the two males entered Barnes Welding Supply at 6005 Auburn Blvd. around 12:45 p.m. They appeared to case the store for about 45 minutes. During that time, they exited and then reentered the store several times, going out to their car in the parking lot in between.

Eventually, one of the suspects entered the store alone while his accomplice waited in the car. The individual who entered the store, grabbed a Miller Electric TIG welding machine and ran out of the store without paying, Herman said.

The two individuals then fled southbound on Auburn Blvd. toward Manzanita Ave. in what appeared to be a newer model Toyota Sequoia SUV, according to Herman.

Microscope Mania

Microscope Mania
Microscope Mania
10-18-2014 - 10-19-2014
Discovery Museum Science & Space Center
http://www.thediscovery.org/Events-Activities/activities-calendar.html
Admission: Adults (18+) $8 Seniors (60+) & Teens (Age 13-17) $7 Children (Age 4-12) $6 Children (Age 0-3) & Members Free
 
(916) 808-3942
 
Start Time(s): Sat & Sun 12:30am-4pm
From large to microscopically small, the Discovery Museum has it all! 
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I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer - I DID!

I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer - I DID!

I Had A Dream I Had Breast Cancer – I DID!

Hi!  I am Lisa O’Hara, Contributor to News10 My Neighborhood for the past three years.   So many events, taking photos and writing articles, informing our community of the great nonprofit organizations which serve our community, brought me to “Race for the Cure” last year which touched my heart deeply as I was photographing women whose survivor-strength shown on their faces, the family members who attended their mother, wife, daughter, aunt, niece and perhaps neighbor who was there to run “The Race For The Cure. “ There were many who as they ran, walked or were in wheelchairs and still undergoing various treatments, showed courage and resiliency for either their “noted year of survival” or the remembrance of a loved one whose life was taken by breast cancer.