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Elk Grove Night at the Kings!

Elk Grove Night at the Kings!

The Sacramento Kings have partnered with the City of Elk Grove for 1 of only 2 City nights at the Arena this season!!  Come show your City pride as the Kings take on the Houston Rockets on this nationally televised game on Friday, November 6th.  Tickets start as low as just $21 and 20% of every ticket sold will benefit the Elk Grove Food Bank Services.  With more than 4,000 residents relying on the help of the Food Bank monthly, these funds will go towards a great cause.

Mayor Gary Davis will be on-site to give out the key to the City to retired NFL player and Elk Grove High School alumni Lance Briggs, there will be special give-aways from the City, Elk Grove services on the concourse and so much more.  Bling out a homemade sign and you could be chosen for a seat upgrade!  Most importantly, bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Elk Grove Food Bank and you could also win an upgraded seat.

Arden Hills Offers a Complimentary Posture Scan Wellness Seminar

Arden Hills Offers a Complimentary Posture Scan Wellness Seminar

If you’re feeling sore or experiencing pain, it might be time to identify the exact muscles that are causing you grief and discomfort.  

The talented Dr. Barham will demonstrate the use of a Surface Electromyograph (SEMG) imaging system at the next complimentary Wellness Education Seminar at Arden Hills on Thursday evening, October 8.  You’ll have the opportunity to see actual 3D images of your aching muscles to help in the recovery process. 

Ongoing Wellness Education Seminars at Arden Hills are designed to provide helpful tips and information to help you achieve and maintain a healthy, happy and well balanced life.  For more information about the next Wellness Education Seminar, please call 916-482-6111 or visit www.ardenhills.me.
 

AirBnB Meeting—On the table: caps, permits, taxes

AirBnB Meeting—On the table: caps, permits, taxes

Community meeting set for Wednesday, Sept. 9 at City Hall

A community meeting will allow City of Sacramento residents and businesses an opportunity to discuss new rules for short-term rentals within private homes through websites such as AirBnB. The meeting is slated for Wednesday, Sept. 9, in the Sacramento City Hall lobby, 915 I St., from 5:30 to 7 p.m... Read More

Sacramento State Hornets vs Eastern Oregon

Sacramento State Hornets vs Eastern Oregon
Sacramento State Hornets vs Eastern Oregon
09-05-2015 - 09-05-2015
Sacramento State Athletics
http://hornetsports.com/sports/fball/index
Admission: $10-$15
 
(916) 278-6348
 
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Start Time(s): Sat 6pm
Get ready for an exciting game of football as the Sacramento State Hornets take on the Eastern Oregon
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California Dream Tennis Team Opening Night Monday!

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (DATE) – Sacramento’s California Dream professional tennis team is proud to announce that single and general admission tickets are now on sale for its inaugural season presented by Sunrise Marketplace. The California Dream will play seven home matches at its 2,400-seat venue at North end of Sunrise Mall in the Sunrise MarketPlace in Citrus Heights. Sunrise Market Place is the presenting sponsor for the 2015 California Dream. Single tickets are now available along with season tickets with various amenities at three levels: The Owner’s Club, Box Seating and Grandstands. Ticket and sponsor information is available at www.californiadreamtennis.com/tickets. The California Dream features high-quality professional tennis with a fan-friendly atmosphere that is sure to entertain fans of all ages, from the die-hard tennis fans to families and groups new to professional tennis.

Hunter Ranch announces The Impossible Open – the toughest test in Central Coast golf

Hunter Ranch announces The Impossible Open – the toughest test in Central Coast golf

Hunter Ranch Golf Course in Paso Robles, the Central Coasts premier golf facility, announces its annual Impossible Open on Sunday, June 21. This popular event is designed to mimic the same playing conditions U.S. Open golfers will experience on the same day.

“Look, this event isn’t for everyone,” warns John Carson, Hunter Ranch general manager. “But if you really want to test your golf skills, and experience U.S. Open conditions, we invite you to come out and play. Despite the despicable difficulty we devise, it’s still a lot of fun. It’s just not for wimps.”

The Hunter Ranch course will be set up to play as long as possible, with tee markers set back to the absolute “tips.” Holes on each green are positioned in their most difficult locations. And, the greens will roll at U.S. Open speed – 11 or 12 on the stimpmeter. Also, the rough will be as long and thick as possible, especially around the greens. Golfers’ physical and mental skills will be challenged.

Arden Hills-trained Collin Altamirano plays role in University of Virginia winning NCAA championship

Arden Hills-trained Collin Altamirano plays role in University of Virginia winning NCAA championship

Collin Altamirano, a rising national tennis champion on scholarship at the University of Virginia (UVa) who continues to train at JMG Tennis Academy at Arden Hills in the off season, played a key role in the men’s tennis team winning the NCAA Championship title on May 19, 2015.  Ranked third going into the tournament, the Cavaliers defeated top-seeded Oklahoma in a 4-1 victory in Waco, Texas.  In fact, Virginia defeated Oklahoma in all matches during the highly competitive tournament. And, after playing with heart, intensity and talent, Altamirano made the all-tournament team in singles and the duo of Altamirano and partner J.C. Aragone earned all-tourney recognition in doubles.