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Land Based Learning DINNER AT THE BARN FundraiserThe second fundraiser dinner at the BARN in West Sacramento on October 8th, presented by Raley’s The evening started with cocktail reception at the Barn with diner and auction at the Garden Park with Urban Farm local meal prepared by chefs, Taylor Loveland and David Dein of The Patriot Restaurant in Carmichael. The BARN is the Bridge District’s new indoor/outdoor hot spot for entertainment, fundraisers, food service and farmers market on West Sacramento’s riverfront. The Center for Land-Based Learning is dedicated to creating the next generation of farmers and teaching California’s youth about the importance of agriculture and natural resource conservation

One Comment

  1. Robert says:

    Only in Ca. The land of the fruits and nuts.

  2. Edddddy says:

    For CA. that is normal.

  3. B-4-Reality says:

    I had to leave California — to many wingnuts! But, hey I’m in Illinois now – and their are too many unions!

    1. LLD says:

      Unions: good. People who can’t spell: bad. Good riddance!

  4. BillinCA says:

    Every state in the union has dumb laws on their books, so it’s not a California thing. Every law has a reason, even though, they sound dumb on the surface. If I remember correctly, licking a toad law is due to the toad’s “slime” acts like a drug, I could be wrong though. But, I do have to admit, the above laws sound pretty bad and dumb.

  5. Wendy 707 says:

    What wife would give her consent to be beaten with a belt????? crazy!

    1. Seymour Butts says:

      Wendy, don’t you like a good spanking every now and then?? 😉

  6. phatboy says:

    Make it hurt so good baby!!!

  7. Janice says:

    It’s not CHINO. It’s CHICO!!! Get it right. Sheesh..

    1. Bryan says:

      Chico is in northern CA, Chino is in southern. Get it right. Sheesh.

  8. deanna says:

    some of these are practical but most r just too obsurd. how long have these all been on the books. How do we get them changed?

  9. farquar says:

    Not sleeping in a car in Cathedral city probably saves lives, I mean do you realize how hot it gets out in that area?

  10. LawAbidingCitizen says:

    Some people should have to have a permit to get animal….lmao!

  11. Millicent Bulstrode says:

    Do you want people showing their butts at play grounds? Do you want to sit in a bar with everybody who just got back from the lake bringing their stringer of fish in when they come in for a beer. Portola is a little town with lots of fishing. Some cities don’t want more unwanted dogs and cats being born and ending up at the animal shelter. I can’t even read the rest of your lame list.

  12. Janice says:

    #14. It’s CHICO, not Chino. Do your homework. Get it right. Sheesh..

  13. Jim Duncan says:

    If you have ever lived next door to a rooster in town that start crowing at 3-4 in the morning you would under stand why they ar illegal inside many towns. Murder prevention for both the rooster and owner. I’d have to ki.. both of them.

  14. Sid says:

    When all you have to fix problems in California is the legislature every solution is a law.

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