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Talks & Readings: Meeting
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
This is a meeting for food addicts in recovery maintaining anonymity.
St. Andrews United Methodist Church
Sacramento, CA

Sat 12/16/17 at 9am-10:30am
Sat 12/23/17 at 9am-10:30am
Sat 12/30/17 at 9am-10:30am
Talks & Readings: Museum, Family/Child (Books)
All Aboard for Story Time
All Aboard for Storytime is held on the first and third Monday of each month. Books and activities in the Museum change each month but all with a railroad theme. Docents read books about the railroads to our youngest visitors at 11 am and 11:30 am. Good Da...
California State Railroad Museum
Sacramento, CA

Mon 12/18/17 at 11am-11:30am
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures, Class/Workshop
Financial Literacy Workshop Series
The MoneyWorks$ program is a financial literacy course offered by Opening Doors on: Living within a Budget, Credit, Credit Cards, Credit Scores, etc….Savings Account, a Receipt (& it's value), and much more. The course is a 6 month program. There are 13 we...
Opening Doors
Sacramento, CA

Mon 12/18/17
Mon 12/25/17
Mon 1/1/18
Mon 1/8/18
Mon 1/15/18
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Alzheimer's Support Group – Roseville
The Alzheimer’s Support Group – Roseville meets the third Wednesday of the month at Christ Community Church. The facilitator is Merry Geil. The organization offers a variety of support groups for all individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease. Groups are ...
Christ Community Church
Carmichael, CA

Wed 12/20/17 at 3pm-4:30pm
Wed 1/17/18 at 3pm-4:30pm
Wed 2/21/18 at 3pm-4:30pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Alzheimer's Support Group – Carmichael
The Alzheimer’s Support Group – Carmichael meets the fourth Thursday of the month in the American River Community Church’s Fireside Room. The facilitator is Merry Geil. The organization offers a variety of support groups for all individuals living with Alz...
American River Community Church
Carmichael, CA

Thu 12/28/17 at 3:30pm-5pm
Thu 1/25/18 at 3:30pm-5pm
Thu 2/22/18 at 3:30pm-5pm
Talks & Readings: Education, Class/Workshop
How to Set Successful Goals
Discover six simple steps to reach your goals that will bring you success, fulfillment, and happiness.
Wake-Up Foundation
Sacramento, CA

Thu 12/28/17 at 6pm-8pm
Talks & Readings: Health & Wellness/Nutrition
49er Lost Chords Club
The 49er Lost Chords, a throat cancer support group, meets the first Thursday of each month in the UC Davis Medical Center's Glassrock Building.
University of California, Davis – Medical Center Glassrock Bldg.
Sacramento, CA

Thu 1/4/18 at 1pm-2pm
Thu 2/1/18 at 1pm-2pm
Thu 3/1/18 at 1pm-2pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Carmichael Cactus & Succulent Society Meeting: Tasmanian Flora & Fauna
A slide presentation by JoEllen Arnold of Tasmanian flora and fauna in Carmichael Park Clubhouse, 5750 Grant Ave, Carmichael.
Carmichael Park
Carmichael, CA

Thu 1/4/18 at 10am-1pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Timeless Traditions Native Storytelling
Kimberly ShiningStar will share an evening engaging the imagination in the ageless art of traditional storytelling. Prepare to leave with a better understanding of indigenous culture that can only be experienced in the presence of traditional culture keepe...
American River Conservancy and Nature Center
Coloma, CA

Sat 1/6/18 at 6pm-7pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Genealogy - Do You Have a Friend in Your Tree? Early Quaker Research
The records of The Society of Friends are an important source of genealogical information for early American records. Quakers kept meticulous records of births, marriages, deaths, and much more. In this presentation, Rev. Judson Gears will discuss the pr...
Sacramento Public Library - Central
Sacramento, CA

Sun 1/7/18 at 1pm-2:30pm
Talks & Readings: Signing/Readings
Levi Strauss: The Man Who Gave Blue Jeans to the World
When Lynn Downey became the historian for Levi Strauss & Co. 25 years ago, she was amazed by the proliferation of myth surrounding the man Levi Strauss. It makes sense that the founder of American iconic clothing would be steeped in speculative tales, as A...
Angels Camp Museum
Angels Camp, CA

Sun 1/7/18 at 2pm-3pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Understanding Myths and Fears of Foster Care
Bring your questions about the needs of Sacramento area children in foster care! We are here to support you as you take the first steps into your journey as a foster or resource family.
Stanford Youth Solutions
Sacramento, CA

Wed 1/10/18 at 6pm-7:30pm
Wed 2/14/18 at 6pm-7:30pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Galapagos Islands: Birthplace of Species and Evolutionary Thoughts
Join naturalist John Kipping as we explore the unique archipelago astride our equator, six hundred miles off Ecuador. We shall examine the major islands which have served as isolated laboratories in the development of many species of tortoises, finches, ca...
American River Conservancy and Nature Center
Coloma, CA

Thu 1/11/18 at 6pm-7:30pm
Talks & Readings: Poetry Reading/Spoken Word
William O'Daly Launches "Book of Twilight"
William O'Daly reads from his translation of Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda's first volume of poems, "Book of Twilight." Neruda was 19 years of age when he published this collection, which brings to light his budding genius. This is O'Daly's ninth book-length...
Sacramento Poetry Center
Sacramento, CA

Mon 1/15/18 at 7:30pm-9pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures, Signing/Readings
California State Archives Speaker Series with Lynn Downey
“Levi Strauss: The Man Who Gave Blue Jeans to the World.” Blue jeans are globally beloved and quintessentially American. They symbolize everything from the Old West to the hippie counter-culture; everyone from car mechanics to high-fashion models wears jea...
California State Archives
Sacramento, CA

Thu 1/18/18 at 5pm-6:30pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
The Conversation – "Memorials and Monuments: Lessons from Charlottesville, New Orleans, and Port Chicago"
This public event series hosted by the UC Davis Humanities Institute invites professors and public intellectuals to consider current issues. Each event will include as plenty of time for questions and discussion by the audience. In our first installment, ...
24th Street Theatre
Sacramento, CA

Thu 1/18/18 at 6:30pm-8pm
Talks & Readings: Signing/Readings, Talks/Lectures
Anne Lamott
Author Anne Lamott takes complicated issues and breaks them down with her quirky, self-effacing sense of humor. From alcoholism and motherhood to religion and family, Lamott uses a personal honesty in her writing that comforts and inspires. She is the auth...
Sunset Center
Carmel, CA

Fri 1/19/18 at 8pm
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Discovering 1850's Overland Trails Through El Dorado County
Tens of thousands of hardy pioneers crossed El Dorado County on five emigrant trails during the largest mass migration in American history in the 1850s. Where were these trails? How did they cross the Sierra? Is there anything left of them? Dee Owens w...
American River Conservancy and Nature Center
Coloma, CA

Fri 1/19/18 at 6pm-7:30pm
Talks & Readings: Conference
EcoFarm Conference
The Ecological Farming Association (EcoFarm) presents the 38th annual EcoFarm Conference January 24 - 27, 2018 in Pacific Grove, CA - Featuring over 70 workshops, intensives, keynote speakers, an exhibitor marketplace, seed swap, live entertainment, mixers...
Asilomar Conference Grounds
Pacific Grove, CA

Wed 1/24/18 - Sat 1/27/18
Talks & Readings: Talks/Lectures
Human Rights Lecture: Confederate Monuments, Civil Rights Memorials & Civic Values
Speakers: Del Upton, Chair, Department of Art History, University of California, Los Angeles; Ari Kelman, Associate Dean and History Professor, University of California, Davis; This talk is the second in the UC Davis Human Rights Lecture Series 2017-18.
University of California - Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art
Davis, CA

Thu 1/25/18 at 7pm-9pm

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