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CELEBRATE THE GRAND OPENING OF

aribel Perez (Keller
Williams Realty) and
Manuel
Tobias
(Tobias Mortgage Company) invite residents to a
grand-opening celebration April 8.
Local resident and
Realtor Perez started her
career in 2001 and has
closed more than 500
real-estate transactions.
She is proud to open the
doors to a local Keller
Williams Branch Office at
the Lincoln Gateway so
she “can better serve the
Lincoln community and
provide a more convenient location for local residents.”
Her business partner
and associate, Manuel
Tobias, will open the
doors to Tobias Mortgage
Company at the same
office location.
The office opening

“Lincoln is a great place to live and work. We
see a ton of growth potential for the city and
are excited about the opportunity to serve
this fantastic community.”
Manuel Tobias

marks the first retail
space for Tobias’ new
mortgage financing venture. When asked why he
chose Lincoln as the location for his business,
Tobias said that “Lincoln
is a great place to live and
work. We see a ton of
growth potential for the
city and are excited about
the opportunity to serve
this fantastic community.”
The April 8 grandopening mixer is from
3:30 to 7 p.m. The ribbon
cutting is at 5:45 p.m. A
Lincoln Area Chamber of

Commerce Net Mixer is
from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
The celebration is at
110 Lincoln Gateway, No.
130, in Lincoln.
Everyone is welcome to
all events, which includes
hors d’oeuvres, desserts,
wine and other refreshments.
There will be several
raffles and prizes so bring
your business cards.
To contact Perez, call
223-1309
or
email
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m. To contact Tobias, call
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BY CAROL R. PERCY
LINCOLN VIEW

Experiencing Colleen
Giorgi’s art is like standing toe-to-toe with an
elephant, bumping noses
with a koi fish or going
face-to-face with a rooster.
By selecting pieces of
an object — perhaps an
elephant’s face, a fish or a
chicken — and focusing
on details, the Lincoln
artist creates an “up close

and personal” effect that
is both disconcerting and
quirky.
Giorgi’s preferred subject matter is often animals, flowers, food and
household items rendered in vivid watercolor
hues.
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looking at a whole picture
of an object and selecting
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that people have never
seen before. And I try to
put a personal part of
myself in the work that
some people find humorous,” Giorgi said. “I want
to make people smile. I
use a different point of
view, something that will
make them laugh.”
At her home art studio
in
Lincoln,
Giorgi
squeezes glitter glue on a
hot pink bra that she is
preparing for an August
juried show at the Blue
Line
Gallery
in
Roseville. Proceeds
from the sale of that
piece will be donated
to breast cancer
research, Giorgi said.
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Zola and Lacee, a

pair of tiny Yorkshire
Terriers, bark their
annoyance at being left
out of the project.
A relative newcomer to
creating art, Giorgi started taking watercolor
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“I never took classes
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Giorgi was drawn to
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“It didn’t take long to
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LINCOLN VIEW • MARCH 2015

BY DEBBIE BROWN
LINCOLN VIEW

Lincoln is rich with history,
which is why it’s so appropriate
that this “buried treasure” now
has Lincoln as part of its story.
In 1902, Gustave Henry
Mosler (1875-1906) created a

piece of art that would someday
find its way to our part of the
country.
“The Cow Doctor” (the working title created by the restorer)
was the creation of Mosler, a
third-generation painter, who
mastered his craft in Europe

before
settling
in
the
U.S. Although we don’t know
the full history of this magnificent piece, we do know it has
been in rural Lincoln for quite
some time, at the home of the
late Doris Jackson.*
Jackson “was an animal lover

as well as an art enthusiast and
no doubt held on to this huge,
86”x103” canvas for its unique
farm scene,” said her longtime
friend, Jane Elliot.**
When Jackson died, her will
stated that Elliot was to receive
the cherished piece.

But the painting had not been
preserved.
In fact, it was “rolled up in the
garage, soiled, unstable and in a
torn state,” Elliot said.
Because of the canvas’ damaged condition, Elliot did not
believe it would ever look like it

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did in better days.
After much research
and recommendations,
Elliot
chose
George
Capron of Fine Arts
Restored to captain this
arduous mission.
Capron has the credentials to take on such a task.
He has his undergraduate
degree in art, has a master’s degree in painting
and is a docent for the
Crocker Art Museum.
“He dedicated almost
an entire year to make this
fine work of art come back
to life,” Elliot said. “During
his intricate restoration
process, he even found
four bullet holes that
required repair!”
The large size of this
painting required special
tools and devices that
Capron did not have. The
restorer said that “the
biggest challenge was trying to get it [the painting]
smooth and flat without
having the correct tools.”
Capron is used to
restoring old paintings;
the oldest one he restored
was a 1604 painting from
Scotland. But the process
that went into restoring
that painting and “The
Cow Doctor” differed
drastically.
After trying various
processes, Capron used
cotton swabs moistened

Prior to the restoration of “The Cow Doctor,” this was the condition it was in
when the new owner received it. Experience, patience, money and knowledge are some of the elements that were required to bring this painting back
to life.
with his own saliva to
bring the 400-year-old
painting back to life. This
technique is rarely used,
and Capron jokingly
added, “I didn’t double dip
though.”
Bringing the enormous
masterpiece back to life

was one part of the
process. However, it also
needed to be preserved,
which meant taking steps
to make sure it was as stable as possible. Because
the canvas was failing,
Capron lined it with
another canvas.

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generosity
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Jackson and Elliot, and the
talents of Capron and
Sierra Hills Framing, this
artwork would not have
had a second chance at
life and it may have been
lost forever.
“I would like to keep it
but it came to life so much
that it should be in a
museum,” Elliot said.
For now, “The Cow Doctor” will stay in rural Lincoln. One day, though,
Elliot might give the
painting to “the perfect
place for this painting to
hang,” which is the UC
Davis Veterinary Hospital.
Regardless of where
“The Cow Doctor” resides
in the coming years, it’s
fun to know that Lincoln
played a part in bringing
this art back to life and
that Lincoln was another
leg to the journey this
painting has taken.
To honor the request of
the owner’s anonymity,
*Doris Jackson and **Jane
Elliot, are pseudonyms.

Tom Jones of Sierra Hills
Framing off of Lincoln
Boulevard in downtown
Lincoln completed the
process by creating a
beautiful frame for the
piece.
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“If the painting ever
loosens, a special tool can
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In the 33 years that
Jones has framed art,
Jones said that this is the
largest
painting
he
framed.
While the painting was
still at Sierra Hills Framing, Jean Cross, the Art
Center director at the Art
League of Lincoln viewed
the century-old piece.
“I loved that this was a
treasure found. It just
[portrays] a couple taking
care of their cow who was
probably their main
source of food and commerce,” Cross said. “Personally, I just loved it. It
just meant a lot to me
about the simplicity of life
and what is important.”
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LINCOLN VIEW

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to replicate this sauce but
always fell a little short.
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this much more than just
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coconut-flavored
sauce. As a side note, I actually omitted the sugar that
the recipe calls for. I felt that
the pineapple and Pina colada drink mix would lend
enough sweetness.

PINA COLADA DIPPING SAUCE
1⁄2 cup sour cream
1⁄4 cup Pina colada nonalcoholic drink mix
1⁄4 cup crushed pineapple (canned)
2 tablespoons granulated sugar

SHRIMP
6 to 8 cups Canola oil (depending on your fryer)
12 large shrimp, peeled and deveined (about
1/2 pound)
1 1⁄2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1⁄4 teaspoon salt
1 cup milk
2 tablespoons Coconut Rum
1 cup panko Japanese-style bread crumbs
1⁄2 cup flaked coconut

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Prepare Pina colada dipping sauce first by combining all the ingredients.
Cover the sauce and let it chill out in the fridge while you make the shrimp.
Heat oil to 350 degrees.
Measure 3/4 cup of flour into a medium bowl.
In another medium bowl, mix together the remaining 3/4 cup flour, sugar and salt.
Stir milk and rum into flour mixture.
Let this batter stand for five minutes.
While the batter rests, combine panko breadcrumbs and shredded coconut into a third medium
bowl.
Butterfly cut each shrimp before you start the battering. Use a sharp knife to slice through the
top of the shrimp (where the vein was) so that you can spread the shrimp open.
Leave the tail intact.
To batter the shrimp, dip each one in the flour, then the wet batter, then coat each shrimp with
the panko/coconut mixture.
Arrange the shrimp on a plate until all of them are battered.
Fry the shrimp by dropping six at a time into the hot oil for 2 to 3 minutes or until the shrimp are
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Remove shrimp to a rack or paper towels to drain.
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2 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon salt

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2 teaspoons garlic powder
1 teaspoons salt

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DOWNTOWN EVVENTS
ENTS...MARCH
Monday,
Monday
y, March
March 2
Western Placer Unified School
District (WPUSD) early release day.
Tuesday
Tuesday,
y, March
March 3
Food Truck Pop Up from 5-8 p.m.
in downtown Lincoln at 5th and
F streets. Brought to you by the
Downtown Lincoln Assoc. Info:
sacfoodmob.com.
Wednesday
Wednesday,
y, March
March 4
Lincoln Golden Club meets at noon
at Lincoln Veterans Hall, 541 Fifth St.
in Lincoln. Meetings are followed by
potluck luncheon and Bingo. Info:
Mary Weirr, 645-2818.

Featured Business... LINCOLN GOLD & COIN
Have you watched the television show
Pawn Stars? If you have, you can
picture what happens at Lincoln Gold
& Coin nearly every day. While they
do not pawn (loan money on items
people bring in) they do BUY and
SELL everything from coins, bullion,
currencyy, silvver and gold jewelryy,
sterling silver and smaller unique
collectible items.

Unlike the T.V
V. show, they don’t buy
old cars or cannons or other large
b is if it’’s
items. “A good rule of thumb
unique and will fit in a shoe box, we
are interested in looking at it,” states
Jim D’Ambrosio, owner. Many folks
like my wife and myself have spent
a lifetime collecting beautiful things
that mean a lot to us, but our children
could care less about.

Thursday
y, March
March 5
Thursday,
2nd Annual Photography Exhibit
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Art
League of Lincoln, 580 6th St. in
Lincoln. Info: (916) 209-3499, info@
all4art.net.

Our best advice is to consider selling
these treasures now while you can
still control the value received, before
your kids give it all away for pennies
on the dollar.” Howeverr, if you are still
collecting, they have an ever changing
inventory
entory of jewelryy, coi
coins, currencyy,
bullion, and unique collectibles. Stop
in today at 547 Lincoln Blvd.

Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’s Bar & Grill,
Dillian’
Grill 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
Friday
y, March
March 6
Friday,
Deejay Bad Boy Karaoke starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’’s Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Satur
day
y, March
March 7
Saturday,
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.

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Church, 1545 First St. in Lincoln. All
proceeds benefit the Community
Christian School. Like new or very
gently used donations needed. Info:
(916) 645-6280, ccslincoln.com.

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7 p.m. play begins at the Lincoln
Veterans Memorial Hall, in Lincoln.
Event benefits Sober Grad Night.
Raffle. Tickets and Info: Mr. Pickles or
Sheri 343-2078
Monday,
Monday
y, March
March 9
Western Placer Unified School
District (WPUSD) early release day.

Art League of Lincoln Open
membership meetings at 3 p.m. at
City Hall, first- floor meeting room,
600 6th St. in Lincoln. Info 209-3499,
info@all4art.net.
sday
y, March
March 11
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Wednesday,
Lincoln Golden Club meets at noon
at Lincoln Veterans Hall, 541 Fifth St.
in Lincoln. Meetings are followed by
potluck luncheon and Bingo. Info:
irr, 645-2818.
Mary Weir
Lincoln Open Space Monthly
meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. the
Willow Room
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Libraryy, 48
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Bridges Drive,
Lincoln. Meetings are open to the
public. Info: Paul Denlzer 622-5246,
lincolnopenspace.org.
Thursday
ay
y, March
March 12
Thursday,
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’’s Bar
B & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.

Friday,
Friday
y, March
March 13
As Luck Would have it Bingo Night
and Baked Potato Bar at 6 p.m. at
McBean Park Pavilion, 65 McBean
Park Drive in Lincoln. Tickets: $5
Potato Bar
arr, no-host bar and desserts,
$20 for 12 games. Must be 21
to attend. Info: (916) 768-3803,
lincolncommunityfoundation.org,
kriswyatt49@gmail.com.
Deejay Bad Boy Karaoke starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’’s Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Saturday
Saturday,
ay
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March 14
Happy St.
t. Patrick’’s Day!
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’’s Bar
B & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171. Corned Beef and
Cabbage Specials.
Monday,
Monday
y, March
March 16
Western Placer Unified School
District (WPUSD) early release day.

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Michael Jackson’s legacy highlighted at Thunder Valley concert
KNOW AND GO

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Moonwalker brings the sound and style of
Michael Jackson to the stage.

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performers present their
Michael Jackson tribute.
“Moonwalker — The
Reflection of Michael” is a
troupe of four dancers, a
four-piece band, two
background singers and a
Michael Jackson impersonator.
Creating the tribute
show in August 2009, producer Linda Collins said,
“‘Moonwalker — The
Reflection of Michael’ is
performed throughout the
United States and Canada.
“The demand for this
show hasn’t changed.
Michael Jackson’s music is
timeless,” Collins said.
“One of the things that
amazes me, I worked
with Elvis impersonators,
hypnotists, you name it,
and I’ve never ever seen
such broad demographics
attending, from 4 year
olds to 90 year olds and all
ages in between, black,
white Asian, Hispanic, as
with this show.”

What: “Moonwalker –
The Reflection of Michael”
show
When: 7:30 p.m. March 28
Where: Pano Hall,
Thunder Valley Casino,
1200 Athens Ave., Lincoln
Admission: $24.75 and
$34.75, plus taxes and fees

Information:
thundervalleyresort.com/
Entertainment/Headliners
or 408-7777

What does Collins hope
Thunder Valley Casino
audiences take away from
the March 28 performance?
“Love is the most
important. That’s what
Michael was all about, to
share the love between
each other, crossing all
over race barriers and
even ‘We Are the World,’
people helping people,”
Collins said.
“Michael Jackson had
very powerful messages
in his songs that we wanted to share, such as ‘Man
in the Mirror,’ ‘Heal the
World and ‘Earth Song,’
Collins said. “A lot of
songs had a lot of important messages and we
want to keep his legacy
alive.”

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the legend was more than
a singer, songwriter and
dancer.
“The guy was absolutely amazing, the things
he accomplished,” Collins
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“Love is the most
important. That’s
what Michael was
all about, to share
the love between
each other, crossing
all over race barriers
and even ‘We Are
the World,’ people
helping people.”
Linda Collins, producer

“I hope the audience has
fun, first and foremost, that
they enjoy themselves, and
subliminally gets the message to share the love,”
Collins said. “I want them
to forget their troubles for
awhile and rejoice in his
life. In all the years I’ve been
in this business, I’ve never
enjoyed anything more
than this show. It’s become
a passion. It’s more of
the message. Michael was
important.”

The King of Pop comes alive March 28 at Thunder Valley Casino with “Moonwalker — The Reflection of Michael.”

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THURSDAY, MARCH 5

All proceeds benefit the Community Christian Schools. Like new or
very gently used donations needed. Info: 645-6280 or
ccslincoln.com.

“Seussical Jr.” plays at 6:30 p.m.
tonight and 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Placer Elementary School,
8650 Horseshoe Bar Road in
Loomis. Free. Donations welcome
to support the drama program.
Info: 539-9007.

Zebra Bunco Night is at 6 p.m.
dinner; 7 p.m. play begins at the
Lincoln Veterans Memorial Hall, in
Lincoln. Event benefits Sober Grad
Night. Raffle. Tickets and info: Mr.
Pickle’s or Sheri at 343-2078

Sons in Retirement, Branch 37
Lunch social is at 11 a.m. at the
Auburn Elks Lodge, 195 Pine
Street, Auburn. Carlos Castner, an
Auburn Police detective, will discuss I.D. theft and how seniors are
targets. Info: (530) 885-9099 or
ranger_r@pacbell.net.
League of Voters for Placer
County meeting has new time and
site from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Joe Caribe Bistro and Café, 13470
Lincoln Way in Auburn. Cost: $15
lunch. Superior Court Judges
Suzanne Gazzaniga and Francis A.
Kearney will speak to the effects
of mental health on the courts.
Info: Bernadette O’Keefe at
bgog65@gmail.com.
Lincoln Rotary Sunset meeting is
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first
and third Thursday of the month
at Buonarroti’s Ristorante, 460
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Info: 844CLUB (2582).
Lincoln Host Lions Club is at 7
p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 541 5th
St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.
TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James
Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024.
Lincoln Rotary meeting is at
noon in the Lincoln Woman’s
Clubhouse at the corner of 5th
and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.
Mother Goose on the Loose has
two sessions available at 10:30
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library. Info: 434-2410 or
libraryatlincoln.org.
Lincoln Hills Lions Club meets at
noon at the Lincoln Veterans

PTC yard sale is from 7 a.m. to 1
p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Elementary School’s multipurpose room, 2450 Eastridge
Drive in Lincoln. Profits benefit the
school. Info: am@wcallens.com.

COURTESY

Placer Elementary presents ‘Seussical Jr.’
Placer Elementary School presents the musical, “Seussical Jr.” Showtime is 6:30 p.m. March
5, 7 p.m. March 6 and March 7 at the school on 8650 Horseshoe Bar Road. Doors open 30
minutes before showtime and admission is free. For more information, call 539-9007.
Shown from left are Audrey Harmon as Mrs. Mayor of Whoville, Jenna Lambourne as
Gertrude McFuzz, Ariana Brockman as Mayzie la Byrd, Jessica Jensen as the Cat in the Hat,
Valerie Brown as the Sour Kangaroo, Henry Thomas as Horton the Elephant, Tyler Fardanesh
as Mr. Mayor and Lia Kate Williams (front) as Jojo.
Memorial Hall, 541 5th St. in Lincoln. Info: Sue or Bob at 5430002.

FRIDAY, MARCH 6
“Seussical Jr.” plays at 7 p.m. See
Thursday listing.
Sons In Retirement, Area 33 play
golf at 7:30 a.m. Fridays at Black
Oak Golf Course, 2455 Black Oak
Road, Auburn. $14 green fee. Info:
Ken Hansen at 622-2757.
Lincoln Business Network meets
at 7:15 a.m. at Awful Annie’s, 490
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business
Helping Business. Info: 726-1984.
“Are Books Dead?” is an illustrated lecture-discussion at 7 p.m. at
Sierra College, Rare Book Room,
second floor, 5000 Rocklin Road in
Rocklin. Free. Public is welcome.

Refreshments will follow. Info:
660-8250 or jmedeiros@sierracollege.edu.
Friday night karaoke runs from
9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai
Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd.
Info: 543-9988.
Deejay Bad Boy karaoke starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
The Geezer Gig with Bob Woods
and Swampbilly is from 5 to 8
p.m. at the Country Club Saloon,
4007 Taylor Road in Loomis. Info:
keepsmilinpromotions.com.

SATURDAY, MARCH 7
“Seussical Jr.” plays at 7 p.m. See
Thursday listing.
Jam sessions and brunch with

Purewind Studio from 10:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. at The Flower Farm
Café, 4150 Auburn Folsom Road in
Loomis, weather permitting. Info:
Danika Gooch at 768-2342 or
purewindstudio.com.
Wings and Wine event is at 5:30
p.m. at High Hand Nursery, 3750
Taylor Road in Loomis. Tickets are
$25 in advance only. Proceeds
benefit the Wildlife Care Association. Info: 652-2065 or
highhand.com.

Used-book sale is from 8 a.m. to
noon Saturday and Sunday at
2166 Swetzer Road in Penryn.
Prices are 25 cents to $1, half
price on Sunday. Sale benefits
Roseville’s Leaps and Bounds Rabbit Rescue. Book donations and
animal supplies welcome for animal-welfare groups.

SUNDAY, MARCH 8
Poets Club of Lincoln open mic is
from 3 to 5 p.m. at Twelve Bridges
Library, Willow Room, 485 Twelve
Bridges Drive in Lincoln. Guest
poet is Bill Jacobson. Open to the
public. Guests are welcome to
read up to three poems.

MONDAY, MARCH 9
Western Placer Unified School
District has an early-release day.
TOPS meeting weigh-in is 5:15
p.m. and meeting is at 5:30 p.m.
at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling
Parkway. Meetings are open to
everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256.

The Shorties perform comedy fit
for the entire family at 7 p.m. at
The Showdown Theater, 3101 Sunset Blvd., Suite 3A in Rocklin. Tickets: $12 each, $6 children. Info:
749-3100.

Art League of Lincoln open membership meeting is at 3 p.m. at
City Hall, first- floor meeting
room, 600 6th St. in Lincoln. Info:
209-3499 or info@all4art.net.

Parking lot and bake sale is from
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church, 1545 First St. in Lincoln.

TUESDAY, MARCH 10
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast meet-

MARCH 2015 • LINCOLN VIEW
ing is from 7 to 8 a.m. at Buonarroti’s, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests
welcome. Info: President Ted Widing at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.
Loomis Basin Sunset Rotary Club
meets at 5:30 p.m. at Indian Creek
Country Club, 4487 Barton Road.
The public is welcome.
Yoga with Julia Berry is at 9:15
a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at
The Flower Farm, 4150 AuburnFolsom Road in Loomis. Cost: $15
drop-in, $120 for10 class card.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 11
Family story time meets from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays at
the Twelve Bridges Library, 485
Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln,
for ages up to 7 years old with
caregiver. Sponsored by Friends of
the Lincoln Library. Info: 4342408.

Lincoln Golden Club meets at
noon at Lincoln Veterans Hall, 541
Fifth St. in Lincoln. Meetings are
followed by potluck luncheon and
Bingo. Info: Mary Weir at 6452818.
Lincoln Open Space monthly
meeting is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at
the Willow Room at Twelve
Bridges Library, 485 Twelve
Bridges Drive, Lincoln. Meetings
are open to the public. Info: Paul
Denzler at 622-5246 or lincolnopenspace.org.
Sheridan MAC meeting is at 7
p.m. at Stewart Hall, 6005 Camp
Far West Road in Sheridan. Info:
Supervisor’s aide for District 2 at
(530) 889-4100.
Rotary Club of Rocklin/Loomis
Basin meets the first Wednesday
of each month at 7 a.m. at The
Ugly Mug, 3589 Taylor Road,
Loomis. All other Wednesdays,
meetings begin at 7 a.m. at Pete’s

Restaurant & Brew House, 2210
Sunset Blvd., No. 180, Rocklin.
Soroptimist International of
Loomis Basin meets at 8 a.m. the
second and fourth Wednesdays at
the Loomis Train Depot, Pacific
Street; and at 5:30 p.m. the first
and third Wednesdays at Lorenzo’s, 3883 Taylor Road in Loomis.
Visitors welcome. Info: President
Peggy Word at 837-6106.
Lenten Taize Service is from 7:30
to 8:15 p.m. Wednesdays through
March 25 at Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Service is a
non-denominational, candlelight,
contemplative service of music
and quiet. All are welcome. Info:
652-4851.
Del Oro Moms in Prayer meet
from 8:14 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Info: Cathy at 652-5658.
Rotary Club: Rocklin, Loomis

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Basin meets from 7 to 8:15 a.m.
at Rocklin Golf Club, 4201 Midas
Ave. in Rocklin.

THURSDAY, MARCH 12
Lincoln Host Lions Club meets at
7 p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 541
5th St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.
TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James
Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 13
“As Luck Would Have It” Bingo
Night and Baked Potato Bar is at
6 p.m. at McBean Park Pavilion, 65
McBean Park Drive in Lincoln.
Tickets: $5 Potato Bar, no-host bar
and desserts, $20 for 12 games.
Must be 21 to attend. Info: 7683803, lincolncommunityfoundation.org or
kriswyatt49@gmail.com.

Lincoln Rotary meeting begins at
noon in the Lincoln Woman’s
Clubhouse at the corner of 5th
and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.

Guys and Dolls Jr. is at 7:30 p.m.
March 13, March 14 and March
21; 3 p.m. March 15 and March
22; and Saturday, March 21 at
McLaughlin Theatre Company,
3470 Swetzer Road in Loomis.
Cost: $15 general, $12 students
and seniors, $8 children. Info: 6526377.

Mother Goose on the Loose has
two sessions available at 10:30
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library. Info: 434-2410 or
libraryatlincoln.org.

Sons In Retirement, Area 33 play
golf at 7:30 a.m. Fridays at Black
Oak Golf Course, 2455 Black Oak
Road, Auburn. $14 green fee. Info:
Ken Hansen at 622-2757.

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Roseville Chapter No. 9 of the
Widowed Persons Association
general meeting and luncheon is
at Woodcreek Country Club, 5880
Woodcreek Oaks Blvd., Roseville.
Info and time: Bonnie Garcia at
990-9751.

onset diabetes, high cholesterol
and obesity. Info: 624-4877, graceisthepoint.org or office@graceisthepoint.org.

MONDAY, MARCH 16

Lincoln Business Network meets
at 7:15 a.m. at Awful Annie’s, 490
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business
Helping Business. Info: 726-1984.

SATURDAY, MARCH 14
Placer Elementary School PTC
Auction Fundraiser is from 5 to
11 p.m. at Catta Verdera Country
Club, 1111 Catta Verdera in Lincoln. Tickets: $40 each includes
dinner and music. Info:
placerptc.org.
Hamfest 2015 is from 7:30 to 11
a.m. at the Loomis Train Depot
Plaza, 3640 Taylor Road in Loomis.
Sponsored by the Sierra Foothills
Amateur Radio Club. Bring items
to sell or trade. Info: w6ek.org.
Book sale and quilt display is
from noon to 4 p.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library, 485 Twelve
Bridges Drive in Lincoln. Books,
patterns and pamphlets about
quilting, needlework as well as
woodworking on sale. All paperbacks are 25 cents. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Lincoln
Library programs. Info: friendsofthelincolnlibrary.com.

SUNDAY, MARCH 15
Winds of Faith concert is at 5
p.m. at Lincoln Hills Community
Church, 950 Joiner Parkway in Lincoln. Free. The ensemble is composed of 40-plus musicians from
nearby communities, from 16 to
70-plus years of age. Music will
include “This is My County” and
“Stars and Stripes Forever.”
Art Fest 2015 is looking for
artists. Deadline to enter is March
15. The event takes place April 18
and 19 at the High Hand Gallery,
3750 Taylor Road in Loomis. Juried
event. Entry fee: $50 for both

Western Placer Unified School
District has an early-release day.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 18

TOPS meeting weigh-in is 5:15
p.m. and meeting is at 5:30 p.m.
at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling
Parkway. Meetings are open to
everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256.

Family story time meets from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays at
the Twelve Bridges Library, 485
Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln,
for ages seven and under with
caregiver. Sponsored by Friends of
the Lincoln Library. Info: 4342408.

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Bingo and
baked potatoes
“As Luck Would Have It”
Bingo Night and Baked
Potato Bar is at 6 p.m.
March 13 at McBean Park
Pavilion, 65 McBean Park
Drive in Lincoln. Tickets: $5
Potato Bar, no-host bar and
desserts, $20 for 12 games.
Must be 21 to attend. Info:
768-3803, lincolncommunityfoundation.org
or
kriswyatt49@gmail.com.

days. Info: 259-4298 or highhandgallery.com.
A.P.D.E.S. meeting is 2 p.m. at
McBean Park Pavilion, 65 McBean
Park Drive in Lincoln. A.P.D.E.S.
will also meet April 19 to plan the
annual Portuguese Holy Ghost
Festa celebration. Meetings are for
members. If anyone wants to join,
there is a $15 fee. Info: Maria at
(530) 308-1964.
Gracepoint Wellness Center is
from 2 to 5 p.m. at Gracepoint
Adventist Church, 3500 Sunset
Blvd., Rocklin every third Sunday.
Get a computerized health evaluation for free. Physician consultation, regarding lifestyle issues,
Low-cost educational classes. An
educational experience for those
who have or wish to avoid heart
disease, high blood pressure, adult

p.m. the first Tuesday of the month
at Veterans Memorial Hall, 5945
Horseshoe Bar Road and the third
Tuesday of the month at Secret
Ravine Vineyard, 4390 Gold Trail
Way. Call Henry at 390-4884.

Lincoln MAC meeting starts at 7
p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Hall, 3333
Mt. Pleasant Road., in Lincoln.
Info: (530) 889-4010.
Walk with Ease program is from
10 to 11 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays March 16 through
April 23 at Johnson-Springview
Park, 5480 Fifth St. in Rocklin. Free
to all senior participants. Pre-registration is necessary. Info:
Michele Irwin at (530) 885-6100,
extension 12 or mirwin@pirs.org.

TUESDAY, MARCH 17
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m. at Buonarroti’s, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests are
welcome. Info: President Ted Widing at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.
Sons in Retirement,
Lincoln/Roseville branch, meets
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at
Strikes Unlimited, bowling center,
5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin.
Lunch: $16 for a three course
meal. Info: Chet Winton at 4088708 or David Cesio at 645-1186.
Loomis Basin Sunset Rotary Club
meets at 5:30 p.m. at Indian Creek
Country Club, 4487 Barton Road.
The public is welcome.
Yoga with Julia Berry is at 9:15
a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at
The Flower Farm, 4150 AuburnFolsom Road in Loomis. Cost: $15
drop-in, $120 for10 class card.
Loomis Lions Club meets at 12:15

Lincoln Golden Club meets at
noon at Lincoln Veterans Hall, 541
Fifth St. in Lincoln. Meetings are
followed by potluck luncheon and
Bingo. Info: Mary Weir at 6452818.
Soroptimist International of Lincoln’s business meeting is from
noon to 1 p.m. at Buonarrotti’s,
460 Lincoln Blvd. All women are
welcome. Info: President Gay
Sprague at 316-6845.
Rotary Club of Rocklin/Loomis
Basin meets the first Wednesday
of each month at 7 a.m. at The
Ugly Mug, 3589 Taylor Road,
Loomis. All other Wednesdays,
meetings begin at 7 a.m. at Pete’s
Restaurant & Brew House, 2210
Sunset Blvd., No. 180, Rocklin.
Lenten Taize Service is from 7:30
to 8:15 p.m. Wednesdays through
March 25 at Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Service is a
non-denominational, candlelight,
contemplative service of music
and quiet. All are welcome. Info:
652-4851.
Del Oro Moms in Prayer meet
from 8:14 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Info: Cathy at 652-5658.

THURSDAY, MARCH 19
Sons in Retirement Branch 79
meets at 11 a.m. followed by

lunch at the Auburn Elks, 195 Pine
St., Auburn. All retired men invited
to attend. Info: Ken Hansen at
622-2757.
Lincoln Rotary Sunset meeting is
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first
and third Thursday of the month
at Buonarroti’s Ristorante, 460
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Info: 844CLUB (2582).
Lincoln Host Lions Club is at 7
p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 541 5th
St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.
TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James
Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024.
Lincoln Rotary meeting begins at
noon in the Lincoln Woman’s
Clubhouse at the corner of 5th
and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.
Mother Goose on the Loose has
two sessions available at 10:30
a.m. and 11:30 a.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library. Info: 434-2410 or
libraryatlincoln.org.
Lincoln Hills Lions Club meets at
noon at the Lincoln Veterans
Memorial Hall, 541 5th St. in Lincoln. Info: Sue or Bob at 5430002.
Silver Star Parlor No. 63, Native
Sons of the Golden West meets
at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Area
Archives Museum, 640 5th St in
Lincoln. Info: President Tom Jones
at 645-1644.
Caregiver support group meets
from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Lincoln Library every third Thursday
of the month. Sponsored by the
Alzheimer’s Association and Sutter
Hospital. Community is welcome
to attend.
Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills dinner meeting is at 5 p.m. with
business meeting at 6:30 p.m. at
Strikes, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in
Rocklin. Owners of 1972 and older
American-made cars and trucks

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are welcome. Info: rodsnrelics.net or Ray Geiger at
543-0464.
Lincoln Democratic Club
meets at 6:45 .m. at Kilaga
Springs Lodge, 1167 Sun
City Blvd. in Lincoln. Info:
Martha Hanley at (310)
351-5112.

FRIDAY, MARCH 20
Lincoln Business Network
meets at 7:15 a.m. at Awful
Annie’s, 490 Lincoln Blvd. in
Lincoln. Business Helping
Business. Info: 726-1984.

SATURDAY,
MARCH 21
Chippendales is at 8 p.m. at
Thunder Valley, Pano Hall,
1200 Athens Ave., Lincoln.
Tickets are from $32 to $49.
Info:
thundervalleyresort.com or
408-7777.
New England contra style
dancing with the Foothill
Country Dancers is at 8 p.m.
at Newcastle Portuguese
Hall, 690 Taylor Road in

Newcastle. Live music is by
Starthistle with caller Joyce
Miller. Cost: $8 members, $9
non-members, $5 children
and $20 families. No experience necessary, newcomer
orientation at 7:30 p.m.
Info: Lonna at (530) 3460099 or foothilldancers.org.
The 5 Cities Democratic
Club meets from 11:15 a.m.
to 1:15 p.m., at Round Table
Pizza, 6111 Horseshoe Bar
Road, Loomis. Info: Rosie at
(530) 886-8199.
Free family movie night is
at 5:30 p.m. Movie begins
at 6 p.m. at Twelve Bridges
Library, 485 Twelve Bridges
Drive in Lincoln. This program is sponsored by
Friends of Lincoln Library
and Lincoln Lions. Info: 4342408.
Live Your Dream is from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sunset
Center, Sunset Room, 2650
Sunset Blvd., in Rocklin.
Cost: $20. Benefits the
Soroptimists International
of South Placer. Major General Kathy Thomas will be
keynote speaker. Info: Renee

Kohler at (510) 813-7355,
meritage21@gmail.com or
Jo Lewandowski at 2144004 or
josoroptimist@aol.com.

SUNDAY,
MARCH 22
Celebration of the Arts is
from 1 to 4 p.m. at The
Flower Farm and Casque’s
Tasting room, 4150 Auburn
Folsom Road in Loomis. Oil
and pastel painter Mya
Louw’s art will be on display. Info: 652-5661 or
info@flowerfaminn.com.
Fostering kittens’ classes
starts at 8 a.m. registration;
9 a.m. to noon is introduction to fostering; noon
lunch provided; 1 to 4 p.m.
is advanced fostering at
Fruitvale School, 3425 Fruitvale Road in Lincoln. Sign
up for one or both classes
at 645-2217 or info@kittencentralofplacercounty.com.

antique, vintage, upcycle,
crafts, arts, garden food and
fun. Food provided by
Dave’s Dawgs. Info: Barb or
Bob Pratt at
handpickin@aol.com.

MONDAY,
MARCH 23

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ly-release day.
TOPS meeting weigh-in is
5:15 p.m. and meeting is at
5:30 p.m. at Century 21
office, 801 Sterling Parkway.
Meetings are open to everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256.
Walk with Ease program is
from 10 to 11 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays March 16 through
April 23 at JohnsonSpringview Park, 5480 Fifth
St. in Rocklin. Free to all
senior participants. Pre-registration is necessary. Info:
Michele Irwin at (530) 8856100, extension 12 or mirwin@pirs.org.

Save Auburn Ravine
Salmon and Steelhead,
SARSAS meets from 10
to11 a.m. at Placer County
Administrative Center, The
Domes, 175 Fulweiler Ave.
in Auburn. Guest speaker is
Charlotte Ambrose, National
Marine Fisheries Service,
West Coast Region. Topic is
“the social science of saving salmon.” Open to the
public. Info: President Jack
Sanchez at (530) 888-0281,
jlsanchez39@gmail.com.

TUESDAY,
MARCH 24

Western Placer Unified
School District has an ear-

Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast
meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m.
at Buonarroti’s, 460 Lincoln

Blvd. Guests are welcome.
Info: President Ted Widing
at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.
Yoga with Julia Berry is at
9:15 a.m. Tuesdays and
Thursdays at The Flower
Farm, 4150 Auburn-Folsom
Road in Loomis. Cost: $15
drop-in, $120 for10 class
card.
Horseshoe Bar/Penryn
MAC meeting is 7 p.m. at
the Loomis Veteran’s
Memorial Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis.
Info: (530) 889-4010.

WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 25
Family story time is from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Twelve Bridges
Library, 485 Twelve Bridges
Drive in Lincoln, for ages up

Outdoor Picker’s Market is
open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
rain or shine at Hand Pickin
Emporium, 4155 Rocklin
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to 7 with caregiver. Sponsored by
Friends of the Lincoln Library. Info:
434-2408.

contemplative service of music
and quiet. All are welcome. Info:
652-4851.

Bridges Library. Info: 434-2410 or
libraryatlincoln.org.

Pillowcases for soldiers is from 6
to 8 p.m. at Sew Katie Jean, 603
5th St. in Lincoln every last
Wednesday of the month. This is a
free night. Pillowcases are sewn
and donated to active-duty military. Info: 209-3930.

Rotary Club: Rocklin, Loomis
Basin is from 7 to 8:15 a.m. at
Rocklin Golf Club, 4201 Midas
Ave. in Rocklin.

FRIDAY, MARCH 27

Lincoln Golden Club meets at
noon at Lincoln Veterans Hall, 541
Fifth St. in Lincoln. Meetings are
followed by potluck luncheon and
Bingo. Info: Mary Weir at 6452818.
Del Oro Moms in Prayer meet
from 8:14 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays. Info: Cathy at 652-5658.
Lenten Taize Service is from 7:30
to 8:15 p.m. Wednesdays through
March 25 at Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Service is a
non-denominational, candlelight,

THURSDAY, MARCH 26
Lincoln Host Lions Club is at 7
p.m. at the Veteran’s Hall, 541 5th
St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.
TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meeting is at 10 a.m. at St. James
Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024.
Lincoln Rotary meeting is at noon
in the Lincoln Woman’s Clubhouse
at the corner of 5th and E streets.
Info: lincolncarotary.org.
Mother Goose on the Loose
offers two sessions at 10:30 a.m.
and 11:30 a.m. at the Twelve

Clothing giveaway is from 10
a.m. to noon at Lincoln Better Living Center, 600 McBean Park Drive
in Lincoln. Everything is free,
including men’s, women’s and
children’s clothes of every size.
Sponsored by Placer Benevolence
Foundation and some local area
churches. Info: 316-3307.

SATURDAY, MARCH 28
Foothill Quilter’s Guild 33rd
annual Quilt Show is from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday with
Country Store opening at 9 a.m. at
the Gold Country Fairgrounds,
1273 High St. in Auburn. Admission: $7, free parking with shuttle
bus from parking around the
grounds. Info: (530) 887-9874 or
foothillquilters.org.

MONDAY, MARCH 30
Western Placer Unified School
District has a holiday.
TOPS meeting weigh-in is 5:15
p.m. and meeting is at 5:30 p.m.
at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling
Parkway. Meetings are open to
everyone. Info: Gina at 645-1256.
Walk with Ease Program is from
10 to 11 a.m. Mondays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays March 16 through
April 23 at Johnson-Springview
Park, 5480 Fifth St. in Rocklin. Free
to all senior participants. Pre-registration is necessary. Info:
Michele Irwin, at (530) 885-6100,
extension 12 or mirwin@pirs.org.

TUESDAY, MARCH 31
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m. at Buonarroti’s, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests are
welcome. Info: President Ted Widing at 408-661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.

Yoga with Julia Berry is at 9:15
a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at
The Flower Farm, 4150 AuburnFolsom Road in Loomis. Cost: $15
drop-in, $120 for 10 class card.
Loomis Basin Sunset Rotary Club
meets at 5:30 p.m. at Indian Creek
Country Club, 4487 Barton Road.
The public is welcome.

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