Weekend of September 24th, 2021
KDEE / 97.5 "air personality: Erick Dosty aka The Big Homie / the All-might-T ... celebrates his Birthday this Friday. He may have exceeded the amount of times you can be 34-years old. Full discloser; There was one alleged sighting of a hyperbolic chamber in the Big Homie's garage but the sighter has been seen since 1951. No one has been allowed access since 1952. The neighbors have been complaining about a low electrical hum coming from the All-might-T's gararge since 1889. Whatever's going on, we wish the Big Homie a Happy Birthday or Re-birth-day.
Sept.24-26 / The California Capital Airshow
The California Capital Airshow features the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and Canadian Forces Snowbirds jet demonstration teams plus hours of excitement in the air and an aviation festival on the ground honoring our region’s rich aviation heritage. The "Airshow" is this Friday through Sunday at Mather Airport - 10510 Superfortress Avenue. For times and details, click here.
Sept. 25 / Sacramento Heart & Stroke Walk
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento, 7500 Hospital Drive, parking Lot E, Sacramento, This year’s Sacramento Heart & Stroke Walk offers the option of choosing your own path or joining the organization in-person Saturday, September 25th from 8:30AM -12:00PM For more details, click here.
Sept. 25 / Roseville's Family Fest is back!
The Roseville's Family Fest features 2 kid zones, 50+ vendors, live performances, food trucks, truck exploration zone and character meet & greets. This annual event is happening this Saturday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Vernon Street Town Square located at 311 Vernon Street in Roseville. For additional information, click here.
Sept 25 / Arden Fair Annual Retailer Job Fair
Arden Fair host its annual retailer job fair this Saturday to help retailers hire for a variety of positions throughout the mall. Employment opportunities include both full-time and part-time positions. Mall entrances will open promptly at 9:00 a.m. Applicants are encouraged to come prepared with their resumes. For more information, click here.
Sept 25 / Climate Justice Festival: Carbon Free by 2030
The Poor People's Campaign of Sacramento is hosting a "Climate Justice Festival" this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 pm, at McClatchy Park - 3500 5th Avenue in Oak Park. The event's purpose is to help educate the community on the importance of achieving zero carbon emissions by 2030 as well as enlist your support. For details, click here.
Sept 25 / Remembering James: The Life and Music of James Brown
Remembering James, is a 90-minute musical starring 2020 Broadway World Award Winner Dedrick Weathersby, telling the story of The Godfather of Soul, James Brown from 1951-1968. For tickets and details, click here.
Sept 25 / Fall Festival
The Grace Missionary Baptist Church Fall Festival is this Saturday from 11 a.m. - 4pm. Festivities include vendors, school supplies, an exercise booth, fashion, black hair products, games for children, and much more. BBQ meat platters will be available for purchase. Grace Missionary Baptist Church is located at 9877 Old Placerville Road in Sacramento. For more information, contact James Oliver at 916-612-1637 or 916-361-1902.
Sept. 25 / Tony Award-winning musical “Hamilton"
First you should know, the Sacramento Community Center Theater has been expanded and renovated and is now called the "Safe Credit Union Performing Arts Center." The new theater is located at 1301 L street and has opened with the multiple Tony Award-winning musical “Hamilton." Lin-Manuel Miranda’s innovative retelling of early U.S. history as a hip-hop musical also won a Pulitzer Prize. The musical
runs at SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center from Sept. 15 to Oct. 10, with 32 shows planned, Broadway Sacramento announced this week. For more information and tickets, click here.
Sept. 25 / In Real Life Comedy Tour
Comedians Mike Epps, Sommore, Earthquake, and Kountry Wayne are all part of the "In Real Life Comedy Tour" stopping at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, 1515 J. Street this Saturday, for two shows 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. For details and ticket information, click here.
Sept. 26 / "Falling Into Fall" Festival,
The Night Market Series Presents: The 1st Annual "Falling Into Fall" Festival with food trucks, live music, performances, 50+ vendors, kids play zone to include, face painting, candle making, plant potting, jump houses, kids workshops and more at McClatchy Park, 3500 5th Avenue in Oak Park, Sunday, September 26th from 12 p.m.-7 p.m. For more information, click here.
Sept 27 / Drive Thru Food Give Away
The Shiloh Baptist Church's- Drive Thru Food Give Away every Monday. Distribution begins @ 10:30am -12:30pm. Enter the parking lot of the church and signs will direct you to the area of distribution. Please remain in your vehicles. For additional information please contact the church office @ (916) 664-3849 Tues-Fri 10:30-5pm.
Sept. 28 / Annual Exceptional Women of Color (EWOC) Awards & Expo
Sacculturalhub.com & THE HUB Magazine are hosting their 13th Annual EWOC-Exceptional Women of Color AWARDS & EXPO Tuesday, September 28th... From 5 pm to 9 pm at Scott’s Seafood on the River, inside the Portofino Pavilion in Sacramento -4800 Riverside Blvd. For details and registration, click here.
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Oct 1-3 / The Big Crush Harvest Wine Festival
The Amador Vintners are celebrating their wine grape harvest and you’re invited to participate. The event includes a visit to participating wineries, food and a variety of live music and harvest activities, plus new wines for you to try. Reservations will be required. For entrance fee and additional information, click here.
October 3 / Taste The Difference Music-Fest
The P.U.R.E. youth organization will host the "Taste The Difference Music-Fest" Saturday, October 3rd, at North Natomas Regional Park, 4989 Natomas Boulevard in Sacramento. Bring your chairs, tent or umbrella and enjoy the diverse food selections, and live music from legacy musicians Tom Brown, Ronnie Laws, Blake Aaron and more. The Festival is 1:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. For more details and tickets, click here.
Oct 29 / That Guy Eyewear, Party Plans Rescheduled
“That Guy Eyewear” and “North Sacramento Optometry” has rescheduled their 6th Annual Anniversary Party. The new date is Friday, October 29th, from 4p.m. - 8 p.m. at 2203 Del Paso Boulevard in Del Paso Heights. For more information, click here.
Nov 6 / Rib Cook-Off Festival
SMA Entertainment presents the RIB COOK OFF FESTIVAL, Saturday, November 6th at the Weber Town Mall located at 4994 Claremont Avenue in Stockton. The event features, live music from the DELFONICS. For information please email (Michelle Alexander) at email@example.com
Nov 21 / It’s a Girlfriend Celebration
Lady Charmaine & Black Sistahs Making Friends Presents: "Girlfriend Celebration". It will be a Sunday Brunch celebrating the women in our lives that we call "Friends". For details and registration, click here.
The Sacramento emergency Rental Assistance Program is open. The California Black Chamber of Commerce is providing assistance to anyone needing help applying for the Sacramento Emergency Rental Assistance. Visit “calbcc.org” and click on “Sacramento emergency Rental Assistance” to apply, or visit our office at 1600 Sacramento Inn Way Suite 232.
Round nine of the California Relief Grant continues for Waitlisted applicants from certain previous rounds, and new applicants who qualify. The California Black Chamber of Commerce provides assistance over the phone or via email. If have questions or needs assistance contact the California Black Chamber of Commerce at 916-467-8878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The California Black Chamber of Commerce is accepting volunteers. Volunteers need to be empathetic, great communicators (including bi-lingual), and comfortable working as part of a team. There is no formal requirement to become a volunteer. For more information, please call our office at 916-467-8878.
Learn about stock investing. The Greater Sacramento Financial Literacy Group meets via zoom every 1st and 3rd Wednesday each month at 7 p.m. To sign up visit https://gsflg.org/ and click the ‘Sign Up” link to get the zoom ID for classes
Better Life Children Services, we are dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, family environment giving children the opportunity to fulfil their dreams. You can make the differences by becoming a resource parent. Call us today at 916-641-0661. That’s 916-641-0661.
The "Exodus Project is looking for one-on-one mentors to work with men and women during the final months of their incarcerations and for six-months post-release. We are looking for mentors from all walks of life. Men and women who were impacted by the criminal justice system or are in recovery are strongly encouraged to apply. It is a 6 to 8 hour a month commitment for a year. The next mentor training is scheduled for November 11, 13, 18, and 20. If you have any questions please email email@example.com or apply on our webpage, here.
On Going / Girl Scouts Volunteers Needed
The Cosumnes River Service Unit of Girl Scouts Heart of Central California serves girls residing in Meadowview, Florin, Fruitridge Manor, Lemon Hill, Oak Park among other neighborhoods need committed adult volunteers – of any gender identity – who are willing and able to serve as troop leaders. Please note that all volunteers will be required to first pass a background check. Girl Scouts will provide any and all of the training you will need to succeed. Email A. Marie at CosumnesRiver145@gmail.com for details.
Snowline Hospice Clinical helps terminally patients live their best life’s and is looking volunteer's reflective of the community the serve. Individuals willing to visit someone in a Nursing Home and listen to the resident's story(s). One hour a week can make a difference in a patient or family's life. For more information, call 916-817-2338 or click here. https://www.snowlinehospice.org/
Oct / Culture Collection
Mrs. Bettys Davis, the owner of the Culture Collection at Florin Square, 2251 Florin Road, #107 is open for business from 12-noon until 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday This is where you'll find African & African American Art, Collectibles, Clothing, Jewelry, Puzzles, Greeting Cards, Home Décor, African Fabric, Crafts. For details, call, (916) 427-7715 or click here. https://culturecollection.com/about-us/