During the afternoon of Jan. 29, a Lunar New Year party was held at the District56 center by members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community.
Educators are considering a project that could invite Florin High School students to try out salad ingredients that were grown and prepared by their classmates.
More than 40 restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and juice bars across Elk Grove will be showcased as part of the 6th annual Elk Grove Restaurant Week on Jan. 13-22.
Showcases of local student art, animal portraits, and wild images straight from the imagination’s outer realms will be held at the Elk Grove Fine Arts Center (9683 Elk Grove-Florn Road) in early 2023.
For nearly two decades, fathers were invited to take their daughters to a semi-formal party called, the Father-Daughter Dance, which was held at either the Laguna Town Hall or the Valley Oak Ballroom in Elk Grove. Attendees were treated to a catered dinner, professional portraits, and DJ dan…
Ten large wreaths adorn a wall that’s near the valet parking entrance at the Sky River Casino. Each 48-inch wreath was decorated by a local, charitable nonprofit as part of “Wreaths of Hope,” which is a friendly competition that awards $500 to each organization and $2,500 to the first place winner.
The city of Elk Grove’s annual parade of lights was rained out on Saturday, Dec. 3. But the cancellation of that event could not dampen the community’s spirit, as many people gathered indoors at the District56 center on the same evening for the city’s 3rd annual Illumination Holiday Festival.
Cosumnes firefighters saved Christmas, yet again, in Old Town Elk Grove on Nov. 26 when they rescued Santa from the rooftop of the Elk Grove Lock and Safe shop. This decades-old tradition launched the 35th annual Old Town Elk Grove Dickens Street Faire, which officially starts the holiday se…
Dec. 2 Update: The city announced that the Parade of Lights was canceled, due to anticipated rain. Organizers also said that the festival will still continue.
Old Town Elk Grove’s Christmas tradition will return for its 35th year on Saturday, Nov. 26 when the Elk Grove Dickens Street Faire kicks off the local holiday shopping season.
Soroptimist International of Elk Grove (SIEG) members are once again making sure there’s plenty of chocolate available during the holiday season. SIEG sends a huge thank you to Frank and Paula Maita for generously allowing the fundraiser to be held inside the Paula Maita & Co. shop at 90…
Elk Grove and Galt residents will begin seeing a large “C” logo that will be emblazoned on Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) uniforms, buildings, and vehicles next year.