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Kings announce 2016 training camp roster

Kings announce 2016 training camp roster
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Tolliver preps for stretch-four duties

Tolliver preps for stretch-four duties

Despite a career-high mark for games played, a postseason appearance and a summer trip to Shanghai, China, Anthony Tolliver found himself... Read More

Social recap: season ticket member open house

Social recap: season ticket member open house

Social Recap: Season Ticket Member Open House... Read More

History Museum presents "History Exposed" on 9/30!

History Museum presents "History Exposed" on 9/30!

See Old Sacramento in a new way – or maybe an old way with a curious twist – at the Sacramento History Museum’s special event, “History Exposed,” a celebration of 19th century photography on Friday evening, September 30 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. 

As a highlight, Cosumnes College Photography Instructor Kathryn Mayo will be a special guest to speak about how she uses 19th century image-making techniques to create portraits that are compelling, beguiling and even a bit unsettling. Mayo will explore the history of Gold Rush image making and showcase her work, including portraits she made of Old Sacramento Underground tour guides (who were transformed into the unsavory characters that guides describe on the Underground After Hours adult-themed tour). After the presentation, guests can enjoy food and music, explore the Museum, see Mayo’s latest portraits and view a collection on special display.

Fire in the sky (tales of Sacramento firemen)

Fire in the sky (tales of Sacramento firemen)

Celebrate our courageous and colorful firemen, from the early days of horse-driven volunteer companies to our modern professionals. Hear about bravery and knavery, buckets and brawls, hooks and ladders, floods and of course, fires. Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Sacramento Historic City Cemetery, 1000 Broadway. (916) 448-0811 for info. FREE; donations welcome!

 

Dreams and drivers charity car event

Dreams and drivers charity car event

Dreams and Drivers CNC/Charity October 09, 2016 @ Niello Porsche Rocklin CA  9-11:30 am.

Our events are FREE for all makes and models of cars, trucks and motorcycles..RAIN or SHINE.

This is a continuation of our annual Fundraiser for Horse Plus Humanity.Org in Newcastle.

 Direct Donations will be accepted, or gift cards from Tractor Supply or VISA.   

We will be going to Barn Burner for Breakfast and then a drive Horse Plus Humane, following event.

PSA: “Remember as always to be cognizant of the law and be good car show attendees." 

 

www.dreamsanddrivers.com

www.horseplushumane.org

 

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YoloBus launches shuttle service from West Sacramento to Golden 1 Center

YoloBus launches shuttle service from West Sacramento to Golden 1 Center

The City of West Sacramento and Yolobus have announced a shuttle service for Kings games and concerts at the Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento.

The “Y” shuttle is available before, during and after major events at Golden 1 Center to reduce congestion, provide quick access, and also improve air quality.

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CDPH launches newborn screening for ALD

CDPH launches newborn screening for ALD

Sept. 21, 2016 - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today announced its Genetic Disease Screening Program (GDSP) will now screen babies for adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), ..... Read More

Athletic training staff moves into Golden 1 Center

Athletic training staff moves into Golden 1 Center

Kings Director of Sports Medicine Pete Youngman is heading into his 23rd season with the organization, and fifth in his current position... Read More

Auto Museum to debut powerful new exhibit 'Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture'

Auto Museum to debut powerful new exhibit 'Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture'

Powerful, fast and flashy, motorcycles have left enduring tracks on California’s vehicular history and are an integral part of the very culture of the Golden State. To showcase the lasting impact of the motorcycle on California’s collective psyche, the California Automobile Museum is proud to present the “Live Free: California Motorcycle Culture” exhibit that will debut on Saturday, September 24, 2016.