Walk with Sacramento’s 1st Inaugural Stars Installation and Ceremony
ArtJam Party “For the love of Arts” FundraiserArtJam 2016 For the Love of Arts Education was on August 27th, downtown, Sacramento ArtJam is the Friends of the Art Commission (Friends) signature fundraising event. This interactive party, in its second year is designed to engage attendees in art making and revelry. Proceeds benefit arts education in Sacramento area public schools.
The 18th Annual Race for the Arts and Arts FestivalThe Race and Arts Festival was on August 27th at William Land Park Race for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that raises funds and awareness and increases audiences for California nonprofit performing, literary, cultural, and visual arts organizations, along with school music, literary, drama, and art programs.
Off to the Races Food & Wine Tasting Fundraiser The Race for the Arts premiere event was on August 20th at the California State Railroad Museum. The 18th Annual Race will be on August 27th at William Land Park. Race for the Arts is a nonprofit organization that raises funds and awareness and increases audiences for California nonprofit performing, literary, cultural, and visual arts organizations, along with school music, literary, drama, and art programs.
Sacramento Region Business BBQ in the Vineyards and NetworkingBBQ in the Vineyards is the region's signature political event for networking. Many business, community, civic, and elected leaders attended the outdoor event at THE OLD SUGAR MILL, Clarksburg on August 18th. This event is a prime opportunity to connect with other members and the leaders who make decisions that affect your business. Region Business mission is advancing regional economic growth and vitality, promoting sustainable communities and creating jobs for the future.
Gallery: US Women's Basketball Team Wins Sixth Consecutive Olympic Gold Medal, Beats Spain 101-72US women's basketball team wins sixth consecutive Olympic gold medal, beats Spain 101-72.
Sacramento Railyards Grand Opening Celebration “The new roads will complete the Central City circulation system by providing close connections to downtown Sacramento, Old Sacramento, the Sacramento riverfront, the River District, and the future site of the 244-acre Railyards urban infill mixed-use development.” The ceremony was held on August 19th on the 5th Street Bridge and to celebrate the opening of 5th Street, 6th Street, and Railyards Boulevard. Event speakers included Congresswoman Doris Matsui, Councilmember Jeff Harris, City Manager John Shirey, Caltrans Director Malcolm Dougherty, and managing Partner of Downtown Railyard Venture Larry Kelley.
Former NFL Player Darren Sharper Gets 18 Years