You are on page 1of 19

Lincoln View Cover AUGUST.

indd 1

7/23/15 4:18 PM

PRSRT ST D
ECRWSS
Postal Customer
Lincoln, CA 95648
ECRWSS
Postal Customer
Lincoln, CA 95648

U.S. Postage Paid


PermitST
#57
PRSRT
D
U.S.Lincoln,
Postage CA
Paid
95648
Permit
#57
Lincoln, CA
95648

Make back to school easier


Gardening tips for August
Loomis Basin Brewing Company

INSIDE..

lincoln loomis rocklin


A
U
M
G
A
U
YS
T
2
02
10
51
5

lincoln

Free Senior Placement &


In Home Care Referral Service
We Help With:
In-Home Care Services
Assisted Living Communities
Residential Care Homes
Hospice Care
Consulting Services
Respite Care

Kelly Stimbert

Senior Care Coordinator


kelly@aseniorconnection.com

Rapid Response 24/7


Veterans Aid & Attendance Pension
Personally Guided Tours
Follow Up To Assure Youre Happy
Support From Start To Finish,
We Are Here

Making a Lasting Contribution To Our Clients,


To Our Community, To Our Profession.

Jennifer M.
Jensen

Cassie Sakahara

CPA, Masters
in Taxation

Senior Care Coordinator


cassie@aseniorconnection.com

916.208.3338

Lisette L.
Hutchens
CPA

www.aseniorconnection.com

R E A LT O R

MaribelPerez.com

I live,
work
and
play in

Lincoln

I have served many families & individuals in Lincoln & would love to serve you next.

661 5th Street, Suite 101 v Lincoln


Phone (916) 434-1662 v Fax (916) 434-1090
www.lincolncpa.com

Let Me Help You


Get the Right Mortgage
& the Right Rate!

y wife and I found Maribel to be very friendly


and outgoing. She really knows her business, is
extremely professional and efficient
in real estate dealings. Her sales
techniques arevery unique and
proactive. We like that she has a local
office as we, too are Lincoln Residents.

Manuel Tobias

Mortgage Broker/Owner
Tobias Mortgage Company

~ Jim and Bernie Craig

NMLS# 32940
Bilingual: English/Spanish

License #01318668

Cell/Text

916.223.1309
maribel@maribelperez.com
110 Gateway Drive, #130, Lincoln, CA 95648

Lincoln View Cover AUGUST.indd 2

916.949.9637
110 Gateway Drive #130 tobias@tobiasmortgage.com

7/23/15 4:19 PM

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

MANUEL TOBIAS AT TOBIAS MORTGAGE


Where: 110 Gateway Drive, Suite 130 Lincoln
Info: 949-9637 or tobias@tobiasmortgage.com.

at Tobias Mortgage makes refinancing easier to do

BY DEBBIE BROWN
LINCOLN VIEW

f youve recently driven into Gateway Plaza, youve probably


noticed some new commercial residents who have set up
shop in Lincoln.
One of the most recent new tenants is Tobias Mortgage,
owned by Manuel Tobias.
Tobias is excited to be in Lincoln because the
smaller community gives him the opportunity to
meet clients in person.
I love the face-to-face interaction with
clients, instead of just meeting them for the
first time over the phone, Tobias said. Building friendships with clients is important to me
and I wanted to start in a place where I can
focus on the community.
One reason that Lincoln is a good fit for
his business is because Lincoln is underserved when it comes to mortgages. There
are not enough people doing what I do
who are able to focus on Lincoln, stated
Tobias.
When you walk into Tobias office, you
might also meet Maribelle Perez of Keller
Williams. Perez and Tobias met one
another three-plus years ago when
they worked on a transaction together.
We just hit it off. Were both bilingual. We have the same goals and we
both care strongly about our clients.
Customer service is such a lost art (especially in our industry), Tobias said.
Theres a perception that mortgage brokers and agents are just about the paycheck but its not like that for us. We
thought we could help serve the community in even a better way by partnering

Manuel Tobias was recently named


best mortgage company and best loan
consultant in the 2015 Best of the Best
Readers Choice Awards sponsored by The
Lincoln News Messenger.
DEBBIE BROWN LINCOLN VIEW

553 F Street, Lincoln, CA. 95648 www.lincolnnewsmessenger.com

General Info, (916) 645-7733,


messenger@goldcountrymedia.com
Gold Country Media General
Manager, Jim Easterly, (530) 8520224, jime@goldcountrymedia.com
Gold Country Media CEO, Jeremy
Burke, (530) 852-0200, jeremyb@goldcountrymedia.com
General Manager, Beth OBrien,
(916) 774-7974, betho@goldcountry-

and allowing our clients to work with a proven team.


When asked what he would tell clients who are shopping for
their first home, Tobias replied, Ask lots of questions. I give my
clients my personal cell phone number so they can reach me at
any time. Its extremely important to me that theyre comfortable, happy with the decision theyre making and not have buyers remorse.
If youve watched interest rates, you probably have noticed
that theyve stayed low. Tobias explained, however, The market
is very volatile right now so percentage rates will fluctuate daily.
This year has been crazy with refis. If you have an FHA loan that
was taken out prior to this year, you should look into a new FHA
loan. The monthly mortgage insurance premium was cut from
1.35 percent to .85 percent per year. If you took out a loan prior
to 2013, homes have appreciated and you may have enough
equity in your home to get rid of the insurance.
Tobias wants to help residents, especially when they dont
think its possible.
More often than not, I hear, Maybe I wont qualify. People
are often surprised as to what their options are, Tobias said.
Guidelines are more conservative than they were 10 years ago
but buying a home is still not as difficult as many people think.
One sector of the population will have a more difficult time
than in previous years, according to Tobias.
Those who are self-employed need to plan ahead, Tobias
said. Know what your target price is and what income its going
to take to qualify for that because now lenders go strictly off tax
returns, where previously they would also take bank statements
into consideration.
Planning ahead is crucial because, Tobias said, a selfemployed individual typically tries to write off as many expenses
as possible to lower the tax rate. However, by doing that, the
business owner will show a lower income.
Unfortunately, sometimes you have to bite the bullet and not
write off as much as you would so that you can show a lender
that you have adequate income, Tobias said.
If youre shopping for a new home or want to refinance your
current one, Tobias wants to see you. He can answer any questions you might have and will also help to alleviate the natural
fears and concerns that go along with making such a large purchase.
Lincolns friendly mortgage broker is located at 110 Gateway
Drive, Suite 130 Lincoln and can be reached at 949-9637 or
tobias@tobiasmortgage.com.

media.com
Editor, Carol Feineman, (916) 7747972, carolf@goldcountrymedia.com
Office manager, Shoni Jones (916)
645-7733, messenger@goldcountrymedia.com
Sales Representative, Jennifer
Parisius, (916) 774-7942,
jenniferp@goldcountrymedia.com
Executive Director of Circula-

tions, Kelly R. Leibold, (916) 7747900,


circulation@goldcountrymedia.com
Circulation, (916) 774-7900 or 1800-927-7355
Classified Advertising (916) 7866500
Fax, (916) 645-2776
U.S.P.S No. 386-980

Lincoln View is published the first Thursday of each month by Placer Community Newspapers, Inc. Periodicals postage paid in Lincoln, CA. In county delivery is $33.00 per year or
$75.00 outside Placer County. Adjudicated newspaper of General Circulation in accordance with the laws of California by decree number 74028. All material is copyright, all
rights reserved. If your home delivery subscription newspaper does not arrive by 6 a.m., please call (916) 774-7900 or 1-(800) 927-7355 by noon for same-day delivery.

ON THE COVER
Manuel Tobias, owner of
Tobias Mortgage Company, is
shown in his office located at
110 Gateway Drive, Suite 130,
Lincoln. For information on
getting the right mortgage at
the right rate, call Manuel at
949-9637 or email him at
tobias@tobiasmortgage.com.
DEBBIE BROWN LINCOLN VIEW

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

The myth of weight control


M

Investing is
about more thaan money ...
Most people invest hoping to achieve
something important for themselves
come in
or their familyy. That could
co
the form of nancial independence, a
comfortable retirement, paying for college
or protecting your family
ilyy. Have you had
a face-to-face conversation with your
nancial advisor about your goals?
At Edward Jones, we stop to ask you
the question: Whats important to
you? Without
i
ins
that insight
and a real
understanding of your goals, investing
holds little meaning. We take the time to
build a relationship with our clients so
that we can help them work toward the
things that really are important.

COURTESY

Low impact sports will allow you to have the necessary amount of
exercise without causing a lot of pressure or pain on your joints.

any patients ask me how


to lose weight healthily and
effectively.
From various supplements to
popular fad diets, it is easy to get lost
in the sea of advertised options on
the market.
However, these weight-loss products often have no scientific proven
effects and are not FDA-regulated.
This means
that they may
have many unknown side effects and could
cause palpitation, night sweats
or even malnutrition to users.
In fact, it may Dr. Jane Teng
sound like an Being healthy
old clich but
the best way to lose weight is to
have portion control and moderate
exercise.
The portion control refers to having multiple intakes of food in small
portions whenever you feel hungry,
instead of eating one or two big
meals a day.
Especially for dinners, having a light
meal will make your body feel better.
Thats because our digestive systems
usually slow down in the evening and
adipose tissue tends to accumulate
during our sleep. A general rule of
thumb is not to have dinners within
three hours of your bedtime.

So, whats important to you?


Contact us today for a face-to-face
appointment to discuss whats really
important Your
o goals.

Providing Quality Dental & Implant Care


Reasonable
R
e
easonable
Prices!

1050 Im
mplant
p

Does not apply to contracted


t t d fees
f

950 Implan
Implant
p nt Crown

Does not apply


l to
t contracted
t t d fees
f

Chhamber of Commerce - 2014


Past President of the Rotary
Club of Lincoln - 2012 to 2013

Daniel G. Nolan, DDS


1530 Third Street Suite 201 Lincoln

Nolan Dent
Dental
tal
MKD-8652-A

Member SIPC

OP
PEN Mon-Thurs 8:00 am-5:00 pm

916.645.1138
www.nolandental.com

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

Having a light dinner


will make your
body feel better
because our
digestive
systems
usually
slow
down in
the
evening
and adipose
tissue tends to
accumulate during
our sleep.
COURTESY

It may sound easy but maintaining


moderate exercise could be challenging.
Some of my patients have debilitating
osteoarthritis or physical restrictions. It
is hard for them to regularly go to the
gym. If this applies to you, I suggest
doing some low-impact sports, such as
yoga, swimming or Tai Chi. These activities will allow you to have the necessary
amount of exercise without causing a lot
of pressure or pain on your joints.
Occasionally, there are a few patients
who have difficulties shaking off any
weight, even with diet and exercise.
Upon the careful consideration of their

individual needs and conditions, I may


prescribe some FDA-approved medications to assist these patients. And we will
follow up with them frequently to prevent any harm that may be caused by
potential side effects.
Whatever your goals are, we at the
Lincoln Medical Associates will help you
make the best informed decisions for a
healthy lifestyle. Feel free to contact us at
645-3388 or visit our office at 841 Sterling
Parkway, Suite 120, Lincoln.
Dr. Jane Teng is a family physician specializing
in general medical practice.

BARSTOOL OUTLET
Family Owned & Operated Over 30 Years

HUGE SAVINGS on the Areas


Largest Selection of Barstools,
Casual Dining, Pub & Game Tables

Tues.-Sat. 10-6
3119 Penryn Rd. (I-80 & Penryn Rd.)
916-488-8680
www.barstooloutlets.com
Toll Free 800-696-6041

Made In The USA

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

CHEERS!
Loomis Basin Brewing is the place to be on a Friday night
PHOTOS BY CAROL R. PERCY LINCOLN VIEW

Loomis Basin Brewing Company father and son co-owners, Jim Gowan, left, and
Kenny Gowan, test one of their nine craft beers in the companys tasting room.

BY CAROL R. PERCY
LINCOLN VIEW

Expect to see a Ferrari or a Porsche parked next to an old Ford pickup truck at
the Loomis Basin Brewing Company on Friday nights.
Customers come on foot, by bicycle and in carsup to 200 per night on weekends.
This is where Loomis is on a Friday night, said Jim Gowan, who co-owns the
brewery with his son, Kenny Gowan.
At the Swetzer Road location, the family-run business attracts clientele from
as far away as the Bay Area.
And while the father and son are grateful for the business, they are loyal to
local customers, according to Kenny Gowan.
Their tagline is always fresh, always local, the son said.
Were successful because Loomis supports us. Customers say were not just a
brewery, Kenny Gowan said, were a community hub where people catch up
on Loomis news. Its where you see old friends and make new ones.
The Gowans were surprised by the initial success of their brewery, starting
with the first night they opened their doors in February 2011.
We thought people would come and take growlers home (64-ounce bottles
of beer), Jim Gowan said. But they stayed.
He added that 150 Loomis-area customers arrived the first night.
The big joke is that we underestimated how truly thirsty Loomis is, Kenny
Gowan joked.
The business is a family affair with Kenny and Jim Gowan operating the brewery; Jo Gowan, mother and wife, is secretary; and Linda Gowan, Kennys wife, is
the tasting room manager. The younger couples 2-year-old daughter, Ella, pitches in to charm the customers, along with Swetzer the cat.
Kenny Gowan said their business success is a combination of a good product
and a comfortable venue.

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

Kenny Gowan, left, and his father Jim Gowan, co-owners of Loomis Basin
Brewing Company, sample a craft beer in their beer garden.
Our customers have told us that our
location is welcoming. The beer garden
has the feeling of a backyard, Kenny
Gowan said. We have a neighborhood
atmosphere, classic comfortable Loomis
where you can come and relax and see
familiar smiles.
The Gowans produce a quality line of
beers that is the result of brewing knowledge and attention to details, according
to the father-son team.
We pride ourselves on our beers
being consistent and balanced, along
with being unique among all styles,
Kenny Gowan said. We make beer for
beer geeks, along with the average Joe
who wants a good craft beer.
Loomis Basin Brewing processes,
packages and self-distributes craft beers
at its 2,500-square-foot facility on Swetzer Road. The facility includes the brewery, a tasting room and a beer garden.
They can accommodate walk-in customers and small private parties of up to
30. Loomis Basins beer is available in
local restaurants, bars and grocery
stores. The brewery features live music
on Friday and Saturday nights.
In 2014, the brewery produced 2,000
barrels of beer. They will double that output in the next 18 months, Kenny Gowan
said.
The Gowans alternate 10 beers and
stock eight standards. Their most popular sellers are Vindacator Single IPA and
Alohawk ale. The Vindacator is rated at
6.5 abv (alcohol by volume) and 40 ibu
(international bittering unita scale
that measures bitterness in a beer). The
Alohawk is 8 abv with 18 ibu.

The Loomis Basin Brewing Company processes, packages and self-distributes a


line of craft beers at its Swetzer Road facility. Brewmaster Kenny Gowan,
front, and Jim Gowan are son and father co-owners of the brewery.

Swetzer the cat is a familiar fixture in


the beer garden at the Loomis Basin
Brewing Company, according to
brewery co-owner Jim Gowan.

Our Calendarr of Upcoming Ev


Events:
vents:

KNOW AND GO
LOOMIS BASIN BREWING COMPANY
Where: 3277 Swetzer Road, Loomis
Summer hours: 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays
and Wednesdays; and 3 to 9 p.m.
Thursdays to Saturdays. The brewery is
closed Sundays and Mondays.
Info: loomisbasinbrewing.com or call
259-2739.

One of their specialty series is a


jacked porter that is aged in whiskey
barrels and released annually in December.
Summer hours are 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and 3 to 9 p.m.
Thursdays to Saturdays. The brewery is
closed Sundays and Mondays.
For more information, go online to
loomisbasinbrewing.com or call 2592739 (BREW).

Call Toda
Today
ay For More Details
Details!!
THE ART LEA
LEAGUE
AGUE OF LINCOLN
N
580 6th Street, Lincoln | 916.209.3499
916.209.34
499
Gallery
Galler
ry Hours:
Hours
rs:: Wed - Sat 11:00 - 3:00
3::00

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

t might be hard to believe for


many area families with
school-aged children but
summer is almost over.
In just a few weeks, the kids
will no longer be on vacation.
They will be back in the classroom.
Lincoln students go back to
school Aug. 19.
Loomis Union School District
students return on Aug. 13 and
Del Oro High students return
on Aug. 11.
Rocklin students hit the
books on Aug. 18.
So take that last family summer vacation this week or next.
And before the first week of
school begins, here are some
suggestions to help your students prepare for their seasonal
transition.

Check out school


supplies now

Take your child back to school shopping now while


there is still a great selection.

COURTESY PHOTOS

Set up a study area at home where your child can finish his homework.

Organize a carpool before the school year begins


to save time and money on gas.

Take your child to your


favorite store now, while there is
a great selection, and buy needed binders, pens, pencils and
notebooks. You can check your
schools website to see what
supplies are required.

Be ready for lunch


Make sure you have ample
healthy snacks and foods that
are quick and easy to pack early
in the morning. Storage items
such as plastic containers and
ice boxes can come in handy.
Remember, its hard to learn
when your stomach is growling.

Prepare a study
area at home
Give your child a quiet area at
home where he or she can concentrate on their homework.
Dont designate that area near
the TV or in a noisy part of the
house.

Mark your calendar now for important dates.


Make sure you are stocked up on healthy snacks and foods
that are easy to pack for school lunches.

Visit the doctor,


if necessary
Make sure your child is
healthy and up to date with all
the required immunization
records before the first day of
school.

Organize a carpool
Save time and money by carpooling with parents of your
students classmates. This helps
parents and children, as they
start the day with their peers in
a friendly environment.

Save important dates

Get back in the groove

Sports practices, parentteacher conferences, band


practice and the list grows
weekly! Write all these dates in
your datebook and phone. Also
place a calendar on the refrigerator or near the front door so
everyone in the family can see
whats going on.

Summer was full of extra


activities around the clock. Get
back on schedule now to make
the adjustment easier, come the
first day of school. This should
make the first days of school
much more fun and stress-free.
~ Staff report

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

BY TRISH GRENFELL
FOR LINCOLN VIEW

I dont care for cacti and succulents. What


other landscape plants use little water?

Actually, many plants other than those


usual suspects have adapted to get by
with less water or to store water for later
growth. A good place to start would be
the UC Davis Arboretum All-Stars:
arboretum.ucdavis.edu/plant_search.as
px. According to this website, The horticultural staff of the UC Davis Arboretum have identified 100 tough, reliable
plants that have been tested in the
Arboretum, are easy to grow, dont need
a lot of water, have few problems with
pests or diseases, and have outstanding
qualities in the garden.
But of course, the All-Stars arent the
only drought tolerant plants to be found.
There are certain plant characteristics
that suggest a plant may tolerate water
stress. Look for silvery or fuzzy foliage,
which are often clues that a plant has
lower water requirements. The presence
of fine hairs on the leaves of some plants
like silver sage (Salvia argentea) is an
adaptation that traps moisture at the leaf
surface. Michael V. Mickelbart, from the
Department of Horticulture & Landscape Architecture at Purdue University,
writes, Leaf hairs (called trichomes)
appear as grey or white pubescence and
reflect light and reduce water loss. While
we still dont fully understand how trichomes affect plant water loss, leaves
that are covered with these small hairs
typically lose less water than those that
do not.
The thickening of a leaf or needle with
a wax coating is another indication of
drought tolerance. Waxes are thought to
prevent water loss and reflect light,
which keeps leaf temperature from
becoming too hot.

Since large leaf areas have more surface


area from which water can be lost,
drought-tolerant plants will often have
small leaves (or in the case of conifers,
needles). Another way that trees reduce
leaf area is by having deeper sinuses.
Sinuses are the indentations between
leaf lobes. Trees and other shrubs with
large leaves that are cut with deep sinuses are more tolerant of dry conditions
because their total leaf area is reduced by
the sinuses. And some plants roll or curl
their leaves when stressed for water,
thereby reducing the leaf surface
exposed to sunlight and consequently
the water loss.
Then there are the plants that flower
only in winter or spring, going dormant
during the long, hot summer months.
Think of the beautiful spring bulbs, such
as tulips, daffodils and irises. They grow,
flower and die before the dry season ever
arrives.
Some plants have a deep, expansive
root system that can find and capture
water, even in small quantities. They
tend to do better in hot climates than
plants with shallow root structures.
Note: Almost all landscape plants dont
become drought tolerant until they are
established. They require consistent
moisture for about one year after planting.
Do some research but dont assume
California native is synonymous with
drought tolerance.
There are many lists of drought tolerant
plants online. Besides the Arboretum
All-Stars, check out Sunsets list of Top
50 Water-Wise Plants at sunset.com/
garden/flowers-plants/water-wise-plants.
And its not all succulents and cacti!
Trish Grenfell is a UC Master Gardener
of Placer County.

Dont have Dental


Insurance?

Now you can go to the dentist for a huge


discount with our new membership program!

LINCOLN SMILES ADVANTAGE


Join as an individual or a family (additional discounts may apply)
Yearly membership fee includes:
2 cleanings Exam
Unlimited X Rays
Higher discounts for any treatment
Quality gentle and affordable dentistry is now
possible for anyone. Call Today!
Eloisa Espiritu, DDS

Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

916-543-8800

2295 Fieldstone Dr. Suite 240


Lincoln
www.LincolnSmilesDental.com

Se Habla Espaol

10

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

11

DOWNTOWN EVVENTS
ENTS...AUGU
...AUGUST
ST

Featured Business...
Callies Cottage
Callies

Saturday
Saturday,
y, Aug. 1
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar
& Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

Callies Cottage is located in the heart


of old town Lincoln. We are located in
the 144 year old Historic Fleming Building at the corner of 5th & Lincoln Blvd.

The Grape Days of Summer from 11


a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
at 19 wineries on the Placer Wine Trrail
from Meadow Vista to Rocklin and From
Granite Bay to Lincoln. Cost $30 early
bird; $40 after July 24; $10 designated
drivers. Learn about wine, tastings,
live music, food, tours and more. Info:
placerwine.com.

Callies Cottage is newly owned by


husband and wiffe, Dax & Callie
Witmerand weare local Lincoln
residents.
Come
es
see
why w
we we
ere
re
vvoted
ed BE
B ST O
E BES
arr in a ro
FREE
F
RE
dw

es Cottage
i
l
l
a
C

ry

ntiques, Collectibles, Furnishings,


Home & Garden Gifts, Antiques,
Decor,, VVintage
Home Decor
intage & Custom Fishing TTackle
ackle

30
07
7 Li
Lin
inc
n ln Blv
vd
L n ol

43
4
34 8139
39
Expiire Au
Exp
Aug
gu
ust 3 , 20
015
01

 

>

E-

>{
CalBRE #00988865

Too aadvertise
T
dvveertise yyour
our
downtown
do
wntow
wnn business
busiiness
on this
this ppage
aggee co
contact
ontact

Bet
Beth
eth OBr
OBrien
ien
916.774.7974
916.774.79
974
bet
betho@
etho@
t
ggoldcountrymedia.com
olddcounnttrymeddiia.ccom

436 Lincoln Blvd, Ste 100


Lincoln, CA
530-887-1887
www.goldlinkre.com

Nowing
r
Offe elry
w
Je pair
Re

B UYE RS & SE LLE RS OF


GOLD STE R LI NG SI LVE R
C O I NS
N S B U LLION
A
T
COI
L LIO
L I O N ESTATE
E
S
T
TA
AT
E J EWE
E
W E LRY
L RY
ES
ST
TAT
TE
EW
U N IQU
U E COLLECTI
C
IQ
QU
COLLEC
O L L E C T I B LES
L
LE
E
S
ES
Estate Appraisals by appointment

543- GOLD(4653)

LINCOLN
L
INCOLN
Gol
G ol
old & Co
oin
oiiin
n

547 Lincoln Blvd.

505
50
05 L
Lincoln
incol
ncolln Bl
B
Blv
Blvd.
lvd
vdd. s Li
Lincoln
inccolln 95
95648

916.645.3575
916.6
645
45.3575
WE W
WILL
ILL BE OPEN DURIN
DURING
GC
CONSTRUCTION
ONSTRUCTION

Weehave a passion for collecting unique


items andrepurposing vintage and
used fu
urniture. Weecreatecustom paint
finishesand off
ffeer a variety of new,
and all occasion home & garden gifts.
Callies Cottage has a little something
for everyone. You will find local made
products like Earth & Vine jams,
chutneys & finishing sauces, local art
and luxurioussoaps.
We have an arraay of candles, cards,
vintage collectables and Glacier Glass
& Bella Bijoux jewelry by Alaskan
ArtistLiz Bowen.
Callies Cottage is also an authorized
seller of Camille Beckman lotion
products. Additionally we off
ffeer Dionis
Goats milk lotions in a variety of
frragrances.
Our shopping experience is a
warm greeting and a relaxing
en
nvironmentwith wonderful scentsand
the occasional train whistle for
ambiance.
We hope to see you soon!
OPEN DURING CONSTR
RUCTI
U
ON!

Wednesday,
Wednesday
day
y, Aug. 12
Farmers Market at Sun City Lincoln Hills
open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Orchard
Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard
Creek Lane. Info: (916) 625-4021.
Learn to Fly Remote Control Planes
with the Associated Modelers of
Sacramento (AMOS) at 4 p.m. every
Wednesday through Oct. 28 at the
AMOS Flying Field, 4015 East Catlett,
near Fiddyment Road, in Lincoln.
Free. Flay a RC Trrainer Plan with an
Experienced RC pilot using a Buddy Box.
All ages welcome. Info: John, (916) 2160384, Jim, (916) 212-9397.

Wednesday
Wednesday,
y, Aug. 5
Farmers Market at Sun City Lincoln Hills
Thursday,
Thursday
y, Aug.
g 13
open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Orchard
Farmers Market Summer Nights from
Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard
5-8 p.m. Thursdays through August 27
Creek Lane. Info: (916) 625-4021.
at Beerman Plaza in downtown Lincoln.
Farmers, food vendors, kids activities,
Thursday,
Thursday
y, Aug. 6
crafts and live music. Tonight
o
Lincoln
The Most Epic Birthday
ay Party Everr,
,
childrens theater at 7 p.m.
p. Thursday and Hwy will be playing. Info: (916) 6452035, lincolnchamber.com
Friday in the Lincoln Civic Auditorium,
511 5th St. in Lincoln. Tickets: $10.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Production features 22 young LincolnDillians Bar
Ba & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
area actors, singers and dancers. Info:
Info: 434-8171.
lincolntheatrecompany.org/tickets.html.
Farmers Market Summer Nights from
5-8 p.m. Thursdays through August 27
at Beerman Plaza in downtown Lincoln.
Farmers, food vendors, kids activities,
crafts and live music. Ton
onight
o
Spare Parts
will be playing. Info: (916) 645-2035,
lincolnchamber.com

Farmers Market Summer Nights from


5-8 p.m. Thursdays through August 27
at Beerman Plaza in downtown Lincoln.
Farmers, food vendors, kids activities,
o
Spare Parts
crafts and live music. Tonight
will be playing. Info: (916) 645-2035,
lincolnchamber.com

Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at


Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.

Friday,
14
Friday
y, Aug.
A
Deejay Bad Boy Karaoke starts at 9
lli s Bar
llian
B & Grill,
G ill 605 Lincoln
Li
l
p.m. at Dillian
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

Friday,
Friday
y, Aug. 7
Tom
o Drinnon: The Best of Country
7:30 p.m. at Sun City Lincoln Hills,
Orchard Creek Amphitheater
eaterr, 965
Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Tickets:
$17. Hear the best of country singers
from George Straight to Johnny Cash.
Info: 408-4013, suncity-lincolnhills.org.
Deejay Bad Boy Karaoke starts at 9
p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill,
Gr 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Saturday,
Satur
day
y, Aug. 8
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.

Saturday,
Saturday
y, Aug. 15
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar
Ba & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
Free Family Movie Night doors open
at 5:30 p.m. movie begins at 6 p.m.
at Tw
welve Bridges Libraryy, 485 Twelve
w
Bridges Drive
rive in Lincoln. Juice, waterr,
soda and popcorn available for $.50
each. This program is sponsored by
Friends of Lincoln Library and Lincoln
Lions. Info: 434-2408.

12

CALENDAR

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

THURSDAY, AUG. 6
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 Womans
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.
The Most Epic Birthday Party
Ever is childrens theater at 7
p.m. Thursday and Friday in the
Lincoln Civic Auditorium, 511 5th
St. in Lincoln. Tickets: $10. Production features 22 young Lincolnarea actors, singers and dancers.
Info:
lincolntheatrecompany.org/tickets.html.
Farmers Market Summer Nights
is from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursdays
through Aug. 27 at Beerman Plaza
in downtown Lincoln. Farmers,
food vendors, kids activities, crafts
and live music. Tonight, Spare
Parts will play. Info: 645-2035 or
lincolnchamber.com
Lincoln Host Lions Club meets at
7 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541
5th St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.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.
Lincoln Rotary Sunset meeting is
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first
and third Thursday of the month
at Buonarrotis Ristorante, 460
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Info: 844CLUB (2582).
Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.

COURTESY

Childrens theater hosts The Most Epic Birthday Party Ever


The Most Epic Birthday Party Ever is childrens theater at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6 and Friday, Aug. 7 in the Lincoln
Civic Auditorium, 511 5th St. in Lincoln. Tickets are $10. The production features 22 young Lincoln-area actors, singers
and dancers. For more information and tickets, visit lincolntheatrecompany.org/tickets.html.

Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at


Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

Friday night karaoke runs from


9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai
Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd.
Info: 543-9988.

FRIDAY, AUG. 7

Deejay Bad Boy karaoke starts at


9 p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

Tom Drinnon: The Best of Country is 7:30 p.m. at Sun City Lincoln
Hills, Orchard Creek Amphitheater,
965 Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Tickets: $17. Hear the best of
country singers from George
Straight to Johnny Cash. Info: 4084013 or suncity-lincolnhills.org.
Open mic is from 6 to 9 p.m. at
the Beach Hut Deli, 880 Sterling
Parkway, Suite 30. Info: 543-0101.

Legally Blond is presented at 7


p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday; at 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 16 at
McLauglin Studio Theatre, 3470
Swetzer Road, Suite C in Loomis.
Tickets: $15 general, $12 senior
and $8 children 12 and under.
Info: 652-6377 or mclaughlinstudios.com.

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 Annies, 490
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business
Helping Business. Info: 726-1984.
Kiwanis of Lincoln Foothills
luncheon meeting is from noon
to 1 p.m. the first and third Fridays
at Turkey Creek Country Club,
1525 Highway 193 in Lincoln.
Lunch available for $13. Guests
welcome. RSVP and info: Rae at
434-8046.

SATURDAY, AUG. 8
Open music jam sessions with
Danika Gooch are from 10:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Flower Farm,
4150 Horseshoe Bar Road in
Loomis. Rain cancels. Info: 6525650 or flowerfarminn.com.
Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

SUNDAY, AUG. 9
Poets Club of Lincoln Open Mic

CALENDAR

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW


runs from 3 to 5 p.m. at
Twelve Bridges Library, Willow Room, 485 Twelve
Bridges Drive in Lincoln.
Open to the public. Guests
are welcome to read up to
three poems.

MONDAY, AUG. 10
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.
PFLAGs (Parents, Families
and Friends of Lesbians and
Gays) monthly public meeting is at 7 p.m. at Sutter
Auburn Faith Hospital, Conference Room A, 11815
Education St. in Auburn. All
interested parties are welcome.
Art League of Lincoln open
membership meetings are
at 4:30 p.m. at the Art
League of Lincoln, 580 6th
St. in Lincoln. Info: 2093499 or info@all4art.net.
CoDA Twelve Step Group
meeting is at 7 p.m. Mondays at the Shepherd of the
Sierra Presbyterian Church,
The Youth Center, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Open
meeting for anyone seeking
healthy and loving relationships with others and
ourselves. Info: Sandy at
865-7514 or Joyce at 9553822.
Karaoke night runs from 7
to 11 p.m. at Sterling Caf,
731 Sterling Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9
p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill,
605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 4348171.

TUESDAY, AUG. 11
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast
meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m.

at Buonarrotis, 460 Lincoln


Blvd. Guests are welcome.
Info: President Ted Widing
at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.
Veterans of Foreign Wars,
The Placer Patriot Post 904
meets at 7 p.m. at the
Loomis Veterans Memorial
Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar
Road in Loomis. Info:
Chuck.Spinks@kimleyhorn.com.

WEDNESDAY,
AUG. 12
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.

pilot using a Buddy Box. All


ages welcome. Info: John at
216-0384 or Jim at 2129397.
Sons In Retirement Bocce
Group meets from 10 a.m.
to noon Wednesdays at The
Flower Farm, Bocce Court,
4150 Horseshoe Bar Road
in Loomis. Info: flowerfarminn.com.
Placer County Writing
Group is from 9 to 10:30
a.m. Wednesdays at The
Flower Farm, Bocce Court,
4150 Horseshoe Bar Road
in Loomis. Info: flowerfarminn.com.

THURSDAY, AUG. 13
TOPS meeting is 10 a.m. at
St. James Church, 479 L St.
Info: Jackie Burnett at 4083024.

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: 4342410 or libraryatlincoln.org.
Lincoln Rotary meeting
begins at noon in the Lincoln Womans Clubhouse at
the corner of 5th and E
streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.
Farmers Market Summer
Nights is from 5 to 8 p.m.
Thursdays through Aug. 27
at Beerman Plaza in downtown Lincoln. Farmers, food
vendors, kids activities,
crafts and music. Tonight,
Lincoln Highway will play.
Info: 645-2035 or lincolnchamber.com.
Karaoke night runs from 7
to 11 p.m. at Sterling Caf,
731 Sterling Parkway.

Karaoke night starts at 9


p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill,
605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 4348171.
Lincoln Host Lions Club
meets at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541 5th St. in Lincoln. Info:
lincolnlionsclub.org.

FRIDAY, AUG. 14

Sheridan MAC meeting is


at 7 p.m. at Stewart Hall,
6005 Camp Far West Road
in Sheridan. Info: District 2
Placer County supervisors
aide at (530) 889-4100.
Learn to fly remote control
planes with the Associated
Modelers of Sacramento
(AMOS) at 4 p.m. every
Wednesday through Oct. 28
at the AMOS Flying Field,
4015 East Catlett, near Fiddyment Road in Lincoln.
Free. Fly a RC Trainer Plan
with an experienced RC

6377 or
mclaughlinstudios.com.
Town of Loomis Summer
Concert Series is with
Freestyle playing smooth
summertime jazz, retro rock
and classics from 7 to 9
p.m. at the Loomis Depot
Station, 5775 Horseshoe
Bar Road in Loomis.

Lincoln Business Network


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

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.

Legally Blond is at 7 p.m.


Fridays, Saturdays and Sunday; at 2 p.m. Saturdays and
Sundays through Aug. 16 at
McLauglin Studio theatre,
3470 Swetzer Road, Suite C
in Loomis. Tickets: $15 general, $12 senior, $8 children
12 and under. Info: 652-

Roseville Chapter No. 9 of


the Widowed Persons
Association general meeting and luncheon is at
Woodcreek Country Club,
5880 Woodcreek Oaks
Blvd., Roseville between

Veterans of Foreign Wars,


Post 3010 meets the second Wednesday of the
month at 7 p.m. at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541
5th St. in Lincoln. All veterans are invited to join. Bring
your DD214.
Farmers Market at Sun
City Lincoln Hills is open
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
Orchard Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard Creek
Lane. Info: 625-4021.

13

MORE CALENDAR PAGE 14

GEORGES

FRIENDLY
AUTO SERVICE

Is ling your
Back Ta
ax Returns
Too
o Hot to Handle?
Call us today
for a Cool Deal!!
Call for an
appointment
today!

NEILSON

BOOKKEEPING
6900 Andressen Rd.
Sheridan, CA

530-933-1232
Becky Neilson

info@neilsonbookkeeping.com

Qualitty Ser vice at Reasonable Rattees!


COMPLEETTE AUTO
TRANSMISSION
FLUID EXCHANGE

95*
9595
UP TO 10 QTS.

FFREE
REE

BRAKE INSPECTION
AND
TIRE ROTTATTION

0*
10000*

CHECK ENGINE
LIGHT DIAGNOSIS
AIR CONDITIONER
SERVICE

9*
5599999*

+ FREON

14

CALENDAR

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

IKE DODSON LINCOLN VIEW

Kicking up dirt every week at Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway in Auburn


Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway is at 8 p.m. at the Gold Country Fairgrounds every Friday. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for juniors (10-15) and
seniors (62 and older), and free for children ages 9 and under, except for major events. For more information, call (530) 878-7223 or visit fastfridays.com.

Blue Oaks and Pleasant Grove


boulevards. Info and time: Bonnie
Garcia at 990-9751.
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 Dillians Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway is at 8 p.m. at the Gold Country Fairgrounds. Admission: $12
adults, $10 juniors (10-15) and
seniors (62 and older), and free for
children ages 9 and under, except
for major events. Info: (530) 878-

7223 or fastfridays.com.

SATURDAY, AUG. 15
Free Family Movie Night doors
open at 5:30 p.m. and movie
begins at 6 p.m. at Twelve Bridges
Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Drive
in Lincoln. Juice, water, soda and
popcorn available for 50 cents
each. Sponsored by Friends of the
Lincoln Library and Lincoln Lions.
Info: 434-2408.
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, the
third Saturday of each month.
Info: Rosie at (530) 886-8199.

Newcastle Contra Costa Dances


newcomers orientation is at
7:30 p.m. and dance starts at 8
p.m. at the Newcastle Portuguese
Hall, 690 Taylor Road. Cost is $5
for kids, $8 for adults or $20 max
for families. Beginners welcome
and no partner necessary. All
dances taught and prompted. Info:
foothilldancers.org or Lonna at
(530) 346-0099.
Karaoke night runs from 7-11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

MONDAY, AUG. 17
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.
Rural Lincoln MAC meeting starts
at 7 p.m. at Mt. Pleasant Hall,
3333 Mt. Pleasant Road., in Lincoln. Info: Placer County supervisor District 2 aide at (530) 8894010.
CoDA Twelve Step Group meeting is at 7 p.m. Mondays at the
Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, The Youth Center, 5400
Barton Road in Loomis. Open

meeting for anyone seeking


healthy and loving relationships
with others and ourselves. Info:
Sandy at 865-7514 or Joyce at
955-3822.

TUESDAY, AUG. 18
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m. at Buonarrotis, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests are
welcome. Info: President Ted Widing at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.
Lincoln Dirt Gardeners Club
meets at 1 p.m. at Lincoln City
Hall, 600 6th St., room 311. Info:
Pat Roemer at 408-8026.

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW


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.

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 19
First day of school is today for
Western Placer Unified School District.
Soroptimist International of Lincolns business meeting is from
12-1 p.m. at Buonarrottis, 460
Lincoln Blvd. All women are welcome. Info: President Gay Sprague
316-6845.
Farmers Market at Sun City Lincoln Hills runs from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Orchard Creek Lodge parking lot, 965 Orchard Creek Lane.
Info: (916) 625-4021.
Learn to fly remote control
planes with the Associated Modelers of Sacramento (AMOS) at 4
p.m. every Wednesday through
Oct. 28 at the AMOS Flying Field,
4015 East Catlett, near Fiddyment
Road, in Lincoln. Free. Flay a RC

Trainer Plan with an experienced


RC pilot using a Buddy Box. All
ages welcome. Info: John at 2160384 or Jim at 212-9397.

THURSDAY, AUG. 20
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.
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.
Lincoln Democratic Club meets at
6:45 .m. at Kilaga Springs Lodge,
Placer Room, 1167 Sun City Blvd.
in Lincoln. Program features guest
speaker from Common Cause talking about voting and elections.
Open to the public. Info: Martha
Hanley at (310) 351-5112.
Caregiver support group meets 9
to 10:30 a.m. at the Lincoln
Library every third Thursday of the
month. Sponsored by the
Alzheimers Association and Sutter

Hospital. Open to the public.


Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills dinner meeting starts at 5 p.m. with
business meeting at 6:30 p.m. at
Strikes, 5681 Lonetree Blvd., Rocklin. Owners of 1972 and older
American-made cars and American-powered vehicles are welcome. Info: rodsnrelics.net or Ray
Geiger at 543-0464.
Lincoln Host Lions Club meets at
7 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541
5th St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.
TOPS 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 Womans
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

CALENDAR

Memorial Hall, 541 5th St. in Lincoln. Info: Sue or Bob 543-0002.
Lincoln Rotary Sunset meeting is
from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first
and third Thursday of the month
at Buonarrotis Ristorante, 460
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Info: 844CLUB (2582).
Farmers Market Summer Nights
is from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursdays
through Aug. 27 at Beerman Plaza
in downtown Lincoln. Farmers,
food vendors, kids activities, crafts
and live music. Tonight, KMZ Band
will play. Info: 645-2035 or lincolnchamber.com
Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

FRIDAY, AUG. 21
Lincoln Business Network meets
at 7:15 a.m. at Awful Annies, 490
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business
Helping Business. Info: 726-1984.
Sons In Retirement Area 33 play

MA BARKER
BARKER BOOKKE
BOOKKEEPING
EPING
& TTAX
AX SER
SERVICE
VICE
Lost in all the paperwork?
Call 916-408-8690
for professional help!

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.
Rooster Tails Fishing Club of
Northern California breakfast
meeting is at 7 a.m. at the Auburn
Elks Lodge, 195 Pine St. Lincoln
Way in Auburn. Open to the public. Info: (530) 887-0479,
info@roostertailsfishingclub.org or
roostertailsfishingclub.org.
Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway is at 8 p.m. at the Gold Country Fairgrounds. Come watch
motorcycles race 0 to 60 miles per
hour in just three seconds with no
brakes on Auburns tricky dirt
oval. Admission: $12 adults, $10
juniors (10-15) and seniors (62
and older). Free for children ages
9 and under, except for major
events. Info: (530) 878-7223 or
fastfridays.com.
Widowed Persons Association of
California, Auburn Chapter meets
at 11:30 a.m. at the Sizzler
Restaurant, 13570 Lincoln Way,
Auburn for a business luncheon
and to socialize. RSVP: (530) 8886880. Membership information:
MORE CALENDAR PAGE 16

We now provide Pulsed


Electromagnetic Field Therapy!!
Used for acute & chronic pain management!
Can aid in the
treatment of:
Soft tissue and/or
orthopedic injuries
Wound Healing
Inammation
Post Surgical Healing
Osteoarthiritis

www.mabarkertax.com


Your
Y
Your
o place or mine, Ill
I get the job done!














Dr. Ann Lesch-Hollis, DVM


Dr. Christina Venable, DVM
41 Lincoln Blvd #10, Lincoln, CA 95648

15% discount with this coupon

15

SterlingPointeVetClinic.com

16

CALENDAR

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

(530) 823-5321. No-cost confidential grief support to all widowed


persons: Sandy at (530) 885-8298.
Kiwanis of Lincoln Foothills
luncheon meeting is from noon
to 1 p.m. the first and third Fridays
at Turkey Creek Country Club,
1525 Highway 193 in Lincoln.
Lunch available for $13. Guests
welcome. RSVP and info: Rae at
434-8046.
Gary Lewis and the Playboys perform at 7:30 p.m. at Sun City Lincoln Hills, Orchard Creek
Amphitheater, 965 Orchard Creek
Lane in Lincoln. Tickets: $30. Info:
408-4013, suncity-lincolnhills.org.
Open mic is from 6 to 9 p.m. at
the Beach Hut Deli, 880 Sterling
Parkway, Suite 30. Info: 543-0101.
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 Dillians Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

SATURDAY, AUG. 22
Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Constable Jacks Reunion Dance
Concert is with Daniel Castro,
Lydia Pense, Mr. December and
Kat Cairns at 7:30 p.m. at the
State Theater, 985 Lincoln Way in
Auburn. Tickets: $20 advance, $23
at the door. Info:
livefromauburn.com.

SUNDAY, AUG. 23
Outdoor Pickers Market runs
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine
at Hand Pickin Emporium, 4155
Rocklin Road in Rocklin. Event has
antique, vintage, up cycle, crafts,
arts, garden food and fun. Food

COURTESY

Have you ever wanted to learn how to fly remote control planes?
Learn to fly remote control planes with the Associated Modelers of Sacramento (AMOS) at 4 p.m. every Wednesday
through Oct. 28 at the AMOS Flying Field, 4015 East Catlett, near Fiddyment Road, in Lincoln. Free. Fly a RC Trainer Plan
with an experienced RC pilot using a Buddy Box. All ages are welcome. For more information, call John at 216-0384 or
Jim at 212-9397.

provided by Daves Dawgs. Info:


Barb or Bob Pratt at handpickin@aol.com.
Loomis Basin Horsemens Association meets at 9 a.m. at the associations arena, Ong Place at King
Road in Loomis. Free for members

or join for $15. Horsemanship Pattern Day with Denise Howell. Info:
Liz Daffner at
lizdaffner@gmail.com.

MONDAY, AUG. 24
Save Auburn Ravine Salmon and

Steelhead, SARSAS, meets from


10 to 11 a.m. at Placer County
Administrative Center, The Domes,
175 Fulweiler Ave. in Auburn.
Guest speakers are Jeff Tooker and
Rick Hitchcock, Placer Union High
School District administrators.
Open to the public. Info: President

Jack Sanchez at (530) 888-0281 or


jlsanchez39@gmail.com.
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.

AUGUST 2015 LINCOLN VIEW

CALENDAR

17

at Century 21 office, 801


Sterling Parkway. Meetings
are open to everyone. Info:
Gina at 645-1256.

TUESDAY, AUG. 25
The World Famous Glenn
Miller Orchestra performs
at 7 p.m. at Sun City Lincoln
Hills, Orchard Creek Orchard
Creek Ballroom, 965
Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Tickets: $21. Hear
selections from the civilian
band and the Army Air Force
Band libraries. Info: 4084013, suncitylincolnhills.org.
River Works paintings by
Larry Alberts are displayed
through Sept. 10 at Sierra
College, Ridley Gallery,
Library/LR 102, 5000 Rocklin Road in Rocklin. Parking
fee: $3. Closing reception is
from 5 to 7 p.m. Sept. 10.
Gallery admission is free
and open to the public. Info:
sierracollege.edu.
Lincoln Kiwanis breakfast
meeting is from 7 to 8 a.m.
at Buonarrotis, 460 Lincoln
Blvd. Guests are welcome.
Info: President Ted Widing
at (408) 661-6495 or lincolnkiwanis.org.

WEDNESDAY,
AUG. 26
Supporting Rocklin Proudly Rocklin Police and Fire
Volunteer community mix-

COURTESY

The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra comes to Sun City Lincoln Hills
The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra performs at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 25 at Sun City Lincoln Hills, Orchard Creek
Orchard Creek Ballroom, 965 Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Tickets: $21. Hear selections from the civilian band and the Army
Air Force Band libraries. Info: 408-4013, suncity-lincolnhills.org.

er is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.


at the Rocklin Events Center, 2650 Sunset Blvd. in
Rocklin. Learn about volunteer opportunities supporting public safety and community camaraderie. RSVP
and info: sandy.rouse@rocklin.ca.us.

GUNS:
BUY - SELL - CONSIGN
FREE FIREARM APPRAISAL
Fast, Friendly Service Gun Smith
Gun Transfers & Registration

916-MR 1-GUNS
(671-4867)
NEW & USED

472 Lincoln Blvd., Lincoln


Wed - Sat 10-5

lincolngunexchange.com

Farmers Market at Sun


City Lincoln Hills runs from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Orchard
Creek Lodge parking lot,
965 Orchard Creek Lane.
Info: 625-4021.

Learn to fly remote control


planes with the Associated
Modelers of Sacramento
(AMOS) at 4 p.m. every
Wednesday through Oct. 28
at the AMOS Flying Field,
4015 East Catlett, near Fid-

Back To Life
Smog Check Station
Satises DMV Requirements No Appointment Needed

Dont Wait In Line At The DMV!


We do registration renewals and transfers

31

75

*$49.75 on
* 1995
& older
(Plus Cert. $8.25)

on 1996
& Newer (+ Cert. $8.25)

(Vans, HD Trucks & Motorhomes slightly higher)

FREE Retest. Most Vehicles

645-0603
690 Lincoln Blvd.
(Corner of 7th & Lincoln Blvd.)

Mon. 8-5:30 Tue.-Fri. 8-5 Sat. 9-4

We match any local competitor pricing!


Most Cars. Limited to one.
Cant combine with any other offer.

St. James
Episcopal Church
8FBSF
8
FBSF
HSPXJOHBOE
HSPXJOHBOE
BBEEJOHOFX
EEJOHOFX
NJOJTUSJFT
N
JOJTUSJFT
On Octocter 10th - Blessing of the Animals
at Beermans Plaza!
F3FW#JMM3POUBOJ
4VOEBZ4FSWJDFBNBN

(916) 645-1739

UI-4USFFUtXXXTUKBNFTMJODPMOPSH
  


18

CALENDAR

dyment Road, in Lincoln. Free. Fly


a RC Trainer Plan with an experienced RC pilot using a Buddy Box.
All ages welcome. Info: John at
216-0384 or Jim at 212-9397.
Sons In Retirement Bocce Group
is from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at The Flower Farm, Bocce
Court, 4150 Horseshoe Bar Road
in Loomis. Info:
flowerfarminn.com.
Placer County Writing Group is
from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays
at The Flower Farm, Bocce Court,
4150 Horseshoe Bar Road in
Loomis. Info: flowerfarminn.com.

THURSDAY, AUG. 27
TOPS 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 Womans
Clubhouse at the corner of 5th

LINCOLN VIEW AUGUST 2015

and E streets. Info: lincolncarotary.org.

Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln


Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

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 Host Lions Club meets at


7 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541
5th St. in Lincoln. Info: lincolnlionsclub.org.

Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters is


from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. at the
Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve
Bridges Drive in Lincoln. Info: voicesoflincoln.toastmastersclubs.org.

FRIDAY, AUG. 28

Farmers Market Summer Nights


is from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursdays
through Aug. 27 at Beerman Plaza
in downtown Lincoln. Farmers,
food vendors, kids activities,
crafts and music. Tonight, Voice
Over Band will play. Info: 6452035 or lincolnchamber.com
Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11
p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.
Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at

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.

Info: 543-9988.
Deejay Bad Boy karaoke starts at
9 p.m. at Dillians Bar & Grill, 605
Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Fast Fridays Motorcycle Speedway is at 8 p.m. at the Gold Country Fairgrounds. Come watch
motorcycles race 0 to 60 miles per
hour in just three seconds with no
brakes on Auburns tricky dirt
oval. Admission: $12 adults, $10
juniors (10-15) and seniors (62
and older). Free for children ages
9 and under, except for major
events. Info: (530) 878-7223 or
fastfridays.com.

Free clothes to all in need runs


from 10 a.m. to noon the fourth
Friday of each month at Lincoln
Better Living Center, 600 McBean
Park Drive in Lincoln. Sponsored
by the Placer Benevolence Foundation and some local churches.
Info: 316-3307.

SATURDAY, AUG. 29

Friday night karaoke runs from


9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Orchid Thai
Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges Blvd.

Karaoke night starts at 9 p.m. at


Dillians Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.

Karaoke night runs from 7 to 11


p.m. at Sterling Caf, 731 Sterling
Parkway.

MONDAY, AUG. 31
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.

HAVE AN AFFAIR COMING


UP?
To place an event or activity
in the Lincoln Community
Calendar, mail information
to 553 F St., Lincoln, CA 95648;
e-mail to messenger@gold
countrymedia.com or fax to
(916) 645-2776.
We want your publicity photos, too! Send photos (highresolution and file size).
Deadline to submit this information for the Thursday
paper is by noon that Monday. If you have any questions, please call Shoni Jones
at 645-7733.

ON
SUBSCRIPTLI
SPECIA
f r Only
1 Year fo

y Thursday
r
e
v
E
s
e
h
s
li
Pub
lacer County
**PP
Onlly.
Subscriibbers

METHOD OF PAYMENT

Call 916-645-7733 or mail with payment to: 553 F Street, Lincoln, CA 95648

Assisting You on the Road to Recovery


Hip/Knee Replacements & Fractures
Physical, Occupational &
Speech Therapy
Stroke & Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Post Cardiac Surgery
Post Acute Care

Experience Life with Color

Color Glossing $25


Revitalize your hair
while adding shine
* With select stylist*

Free!

Luxe Conditioning Treatment


with any color service
* New clients exclusive*

Sexy Hair Sprays


25% OFF!
Spray & Play Harder
Spray & Play

1550 Third Street Lincoln

916.645.7761

ROSEVILLE

www.lincolnmeadowscarecenter.com

5015 Foothills Blvd.


773-6311

ROCKLIN

4787 Granite Dr.


624-0697

ROCKLIN

2351 Sunset Blvd.


624-7675

LINCOLN

69 Lincoln Blvd.
408-0365

Juliette T. Robertson*
Principal Attorney
Michelle A. Martin
Senior Associate Attorney
Therese A. Adams &
Marilyn Y. Clark, Of Counsel
Located in
Granite Bay

(Raleys Shopping Center)

458 McBean Park Dr.


Lincoln, CA 95648
Tel: 916.434.2550 - Fax: 916.434.2551
www.robertsonadamslaw.com
* Certified Specialist

Lincoln View Cover AUGUST.indd 3

7/23/15 4:19 PM

Summer Glow $90


Includes 3 South Seas
customized airbrush tans

Spa Manicure &


Spa Pedicure $56

Available Monday and Tuesday only,


must mention ad when booking
appointment

Indulgent Masque

916-216-9229 curt@placercarpetandtile.com
Call us today for a FREE estimate!

Our #1 Product is Customer Service!


Locally Owned & Family Operated

Complimentary Kerastase Conditioning


Treatment with Color Service

6851 Douglas Blvd. Granite Bay, CA 95746 ~ 916-791-8585 ~ www.atriumsalonspa.com


* M-F 9am-8pm * Sat. 9am-7pm * Sun 10am-5pm

20% OFF CARPET CLEANING*


*mention this ad; with minimum charge of $80

Lincoln Internal Medicine


H E A LT H C A R E Y O U C A N T R U S T.

Golden State Winery of the Year 2015


2015 Commercial Wine Competition California State Fair
Highest award given by the California State Fair, the oldest & most prestigious wine
competition in the country, to only one winery each year covering the entire state.
Highest Number of High Scoring Wines in the entire State of California

Award Winning Wines ~ Tuscan-style Bistro ~ Gorgeous Views ~ Live Music


Corporate Events ~ Weddings ~ Private Parties
All within 30 minutes of Sacramento in the rolling hills East of Lincoln
OPEN: Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-5pm ~ Educational Wine Tasting & Food
Wine, Dinner & Live Music Every Friday Night! (Gates close at 8:30pm)
CALL for Saturday Events

Call or visit our web-site for Reservations:


916.543.0323 www.wisevillawinery.com
4200 Wise Road 4 miles EAST of Lincoln Blvd. at Garden Bar & Wise Rd.

Same day urgent


appointments available
www.lincolnimed.com

916-408-3773
801 Sterling Parkway
Lincoln

Follow our daily


health tips on Twitter

Lincoln View Cover AUGUST.indd 4

7/23/15 4:19 PM