Weekend of June 11th, 2021
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. Please visit calbcc.org and click on “Sacramento emergency Rental Assistance” to apply, or visit our office at 1600 Sacramento Inn Way Suite 232.
The California Black Chamber of Commerce is accepting volunteers. Volunteers need to be empathetic, great communicators, and comfortable working as part of a team towards shared goals and targets. There is no formal requirement to become a volunteer. For more information, please call our office at 916-467-8878.
Want to 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 GSFLG.org and click the ‘Sign Up” link to get the zoom ID for classes.
Capital College & Career Academy is a free public charter high school set to open its doors in the fall of 2022. CCCA hopes to bring an innovative and refreshing approach to education where students are no longer forced to choose between college or a career. Our business partners all ensure students are provided individualized pathways to higher education while engaging in real-world learning opportunities that build a young person’s resume from the moment they set foot on our campus. For more information, click here.
Now / Car Careers Scholarship Program
The California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA) “CAR CAREERS” Scholarship Program. This year, the Scholarship Foundation will award 20 scholarships to college students currently studying auto technology in California. The scholarship application must be submitted on June 15, 2021. For more information, contact Danielle Whitmore, Outreach Manager at / call (916) 403-7942 or click here .
June / The California Black Health Network is Hiring
CBHN is the only Black-led, state-wide organization dedicated to advocating for health equity for all African Americans and Black Immigrants in California. CBHN is seeking experienced professionals who are passionate about advancing health equity for Black Californians. To learn more and review job descriptions, to learn more and review job descriptions, visit their Jobs Page.
June 11 / SOUL SPACE
Soul Space in Collaboration with Spark Center Presents the: "Race-Based Traumatic Stress in Communities and Families" Workshop Series. The interactive workshops, will define Post Traumatic Growth (PTG) with an emphasis on the impact of exposure to racism in daily interactions, and define empowerment. The next "SOUL SPACE" workshop is next Friday, June 11 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. For free registration, click here.
June 11 / Amplify Conference Activating Our Latinx Power (Online) 7:00AM – 11:00AM, This virtual conference will bring together Latinx leaders, community organizations, businesses, and power-building with the purpose of co-creating a Latinx policy blueprint that advances our collective prosperity. For details, click here.
June 11 / Madam CJ Walker, Business & Community Recognition Luncheon
National Coalition of 100 Black Women’s 23rd Madam CJ Walker, Business & Community Recognition Luncheon & Empowerment Forum, featuring special guest speaker, Iyanla Vanzant This online event is Friday, June 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For details and registration, click here.
June 12 / Community Clean-Up
You're invited to join the community of Del Paso Heights this Saturday, 9:30 a.m. at Green Tech Zero Emissions Mobility Hub site, 3741 May Street (Southwest corner of Grand Ave. and May Street) for a brief orientation. We will provide all the trash bags, drinking water, pick-up gabbers, masks, and gloves. There will be a celebration at the end (12noon). To participate please RSVP, click here.
June 12 / Self Designs Art Gallery Courtyard Concert
Visual and Performing Arts will showcase the Self Designs Art Gallery Courtyard Concert, this Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 10 at 1801 L Street in Sacramento. The event includes the finest live performances from Carnegie Hall musicians and local musical geniuses! Live Music, Art & Poetry. Bring chairs as the seating area and tables will be first come first serve. For details, click here.
June 13 / Chalk It Up
St. John's Lutheran Church -1701 L Street in downtown Sacramento, is hosting "Chalk It Up" this Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. You're invited to come enjoy fellowship and express your creativity by drawing with chalk. The gathering takes place in the St John's parking lot. Please wear a mask. For details, click here.
June 13 / COVID-FREE Bootcamp in the Park
Christina - a certified personal trainer is hosting a FREE exercise Bootcamp in McKinley Park -601 Alhambra Boulevard- on Sunday, June 13th at 9:00 a.m.! For details, click here.
June 13 / At the Feet of Sankofa
The California Black Women's Health Project (CABWHP) is dedicated to improving the health of California's Black women and girls through education, policy, outreach, and advocacy.
CABWHP auxiliary program, Sisters Mentally Mobilized is hosting a virtual symposium of Black mental health professionals and paraprofessionals to discuss innovation, alternative, community-defined culture practices, Sunday, June 13, from 3:00 pm-5:00 pm. For more information, contact Lisa Daniels (916) 629-4691 (msg.) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 19 / Curves "RELAUNCH"
Curves in Elk Grove will host their "RELAUNCH" event on Saturday, June 19th from 12 - 4 p.m. at 9059 Bruceville Road in Elk Grove. Come and learn the benefits of using hydraulic resistance machines, get a 30-minute full body workout, enjoy the refreshments, prizes, live music and vendors. For more information, please call 916.688.3600 or email at email@example.com.
June 19 / 18th Annual Juneteenth Festival
Sacramento Juneteenth, Inc. will host its 18th Annual Juneteenth Festival on June 19 at William Land Park. This year’s theme: “Getting serious about our health.” Sierra Health Foundation will host a comprehensive health/wellness forum in the arts and education pavilion. There will be over 80 food and ware vendors, live entertainment and more. For details, click here.
June 19 / Juneteenth @ 40 Acres Block Party
Saint Hope is hosting a free Juneteenth Block Party, Saturday, June 19, from 10 a.m. to 5 at Esther's Park, 3408 3rd Avenue in Oak Park. This cultural event is FREE for the entire family and features street vendors, music, food, art, entertainment and more! For details, click here.
June 19 / Juneteenth “Class & Laughs Comedy Special
Us24Ever presents JUNETEENTH “Class & Laughs’ Comedy Special Saturday, June 19 on the Delta King Hotel - 1000 Front Street in Old Sac from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. The "Special features comedians: INSANE WAYNE, Shaquille O’Neal, RICCO DA GREAT and Social Media Sensation. SEAN LARKINS. For details and reservations, click here.
June 20 / 27th Annual Juneteenth Sunday Summer Fest
27th Annual Sacramento Juneteenth Sunday Summer Fest is Sunday June 20, at the Miller Regional Park from 11 a.m. to. This year features include “Our Fathers; a Special Tribute to Daddy;” the Gospel RiverFest celebration of music and the Juneteenth Historical Museum the first ever outdoor museum to bring the images of those that fought to end slavery. For more info call, 916 477-0157.
June 21 / National Poor People’s Assembly
Poor people, low wage workers, moral and faith leaders and advocates will gather online from across the nation simultaneously with a socially-distant rally in Raleigh, NC at the state legislature for a mass assembly. The hybrid online/in-person National Poor People’s Assembly will raise a chorus of voices demanding a moral revolution that puts the suffering of the 140 million+ and low-income people in the U.S. at the center of every policy debate. To participate, click here.
June 25 / That Guy Eyeware
That Guy Summer Trunk Showcase is outdoors, Friday, June 25th from 4pm-8pm. The event features COLO’s Soul Food restaurant will cater the event. Live entertainment from the T.A.J. trio and an exciting new eyewear line! That Guy Eyeware is located at 2203 Del Paso Boulevard in Del Paso Heights. (916) 226-0257 or visit the website.
June 26 / ALL BLACK PARTY
Old School Entertainment & 97.5 are back with the "All Black Party" Saturday, June 26 at the Hilton Arden West, 2200 Harvard Street in Sacramento. For details and reservations, click here.
June 27 / The Ultimate Party Vibe
The Vibe Day party is Sunday, June 27 from 1 p.m. - 6 at the The Pagoda Building 429 J Street in downtown Sacramento. For grown folks 30+ enjoy the vibration of two Dj’s, hookah, bottle service brought to you by our beautiful bottle Vibe girls, a menu of scrumptious tacos & more!!!!! Oh, and you get to capture all of the fun moments with a 360 photo booth. Lock it in by visiting their website,