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APRIL 2017

LINCOLN GOLD
& COIN
A NEW CAREER
AFTER RETIREMENT

plus AREA EVENTS
happenings, club news
& entertainment schedule
inside

Lincoln Clay Day 19 gift ideas for Mom Wine Fest
Arts abound at this event hosted See what we found Get your taste buds ready for
by Art League of Lincoln in Lincoln shops wine and food sampling

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inside on the cover
Jim and Jeanette D’Ambrosio
own and operate Lincoln Gold
& Coin, which is located at 547
Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Contact
them at (916) 543-4653 or
lincolngoldandcoin.com.

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Photo is courtesy

4 COINS AND TREASURES
Lincoln Gold & Coin offers unique collectibles.

8 LINCOLN CLAY DAY
Art and pottery event.
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11 GIFTS FOR MOM
19 presents perfect for Mother’s Day

14 WINE FEST
Cruise shops in Lincoln while tasting wine and food.

17 ‘ALONE TOGETHER’
Comedic play about adult children moving back home.

18 TOUR DE LINCOLN
Bike ride through the community.

26 MONEY TALKS
Questions to ask a prospective financial advisor. 8 14

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A retirement endeavor of the D’Ambrosios
Lincoln Gold & Coin likened to TV’s ‘Pawn Stars’
PHOTOS AND STORY SUBMITTED BY LINCOLN GOLD & COIN

W
hen it comes to starting a new career after retirement, Jim D'Ambrosio,
owner of Lincoln Gold & Coin, might be considered somewhat of an LINCOLN GOLD
expert — he has done it three times! & COIN
“Starting a new career after retirement isn't always about needing more income,” WHERE
D'Ambrosio said. “Sometimes people just get bored with retirement or feel they have 547 Lincoln Blvd., Lincoln
more to accomplish in their lifetime.”
CONTACT
D'Ambrosio said he retired too early the first time at age 34 after selling the first (916) 543-4653
bank and an auto leasing company he founded. or lincolngoldandcoin.com
“I felt I needed a change and was in a comfortable economic situation, so my wife
Jeannette and I moved our young family here from Orange County,” he said. “It just
looked very nice and got us out of the hustle and bustle of southern California. We
certainly never regretted the move.”
D’Ambrosio’s retirement only lasted five months when he began to “drive his wife
nuts” being underfoot all the time.
“She jokingly told me to go and find something to do, so I did,” he said.
D'Ambrosio opened Sierra Funding, Inc., a mortgage banking company. Then a
group from the area convinced him to help them start a bank. Once D’Ambrosio
obtained the charter, several in the group were unable to produce their share of the
initial capital, so he became the largest shareholder in his second bank. He merged his

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Estate Appraisals by Appointment

BUYERS & SELLERS
mortgage banking company into the bank holding company and be- GOLD • STERLiNG SiLVER
came chairman of the board and president. He took his position and
responsibility to his depositors and shareholders very seriously. Five • cOiNS • BULLiON
years later, at age 42, he was diagnosed with high-blood pressure
from stress. • ESTATE JEWELRY
“My doctor told me if I didn't change professions, I was going
to have serious health problems. So when my contract was up, I UNiQUE cOLLEcTiBLES
informed the Board of Directors I wasn't going to renew it. I was
retiring,” he said.
NOW OFFERING JEW
ELRY REPAIR
Again, retirement didn't last long. D’Ambrosio’s brother-in-law
approached him to help find a buyer for his business. D’Ambrosio
came up with the idea of buying the manufacturing business and
allowing his wife’s brother to continue running it. That way he
wouldn't have to find another job, and D’Ambrosio could be an
absentee owner.
He expanded the company to become one of the largest garage
door companies in the state, purchased a second company in San
Diego, and opened an office in Roseville. When his brother-in-
law got remarried and moved, D’Ambrosio sold the San Diego
plant and consolidated the main office to the offices in Roseville.
There, Jim and Jeannette D’Ambrosio operated Sierra Garage Door
Service, Inc. until 2003 when a friend approached him to buy the

543-GOLD (4653)
company.
Jeannette convinced Jim to accept the offer; thus, he retired for
the third time.
This time retirement lasted 11 years. In addition to traveling the
Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-2pm
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547 Lincoln Blvd. • DOWNTOWN LiNcOLN
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world and enjoying many things that people
dream about in retirement, they followed the
lead of their daughter Angela and moved to
Lincoln in 2006.
By 2014, Jim was bored and felt it was time
to get back into the business world. The couple
looked at many different opportunities. They an-
ticipated there were many people in the Lincoln
area that had lots of collectibles or inherited
items they no longer wanted or needed and
their kids didn't want either. There was really no
place in the Lincoln area to serve this need.
Jim was also an experienced investor in gold
and silver bullion, so including these in a shop
was a given. In March of 2014 they opened
Lincoln Gold & Coin.
Jim is fascinated with the TV show “Pawn
Stars” and, as it turns out, their shop is a minia-
ture version of that show.
“We get the most interesting items that come
in to our shop each week. I really enjoy meeting
the people and hearing the interesting stories as
to how they acquired the items they bring in,”
he said.
The shop carries a very beautiful inventory of
gold and silver estate jewelry, coins, rare porce-
lain figurines, gold and silver bullion for invest-
ment, and numerous other collectible items.
“If it is interesting collectible and you can
carry it into our shop, we are interested in look-
ing at it and perhaps buying it,” he said. “We
have purchased everything from Mickey Mouse
watches to an extremely rare Greek coin from
400 years before Christ.”
Customers are impressed with the comfort-
able feel of the shop as well as the quality of
the merchandise. The shop houses one of the
largest inventories of estate jewelry in the area,
offering expert jewelry repair, manufacturing
and engraving.
“We partnered with a wonderfully talented
jeweler who not only does beautiful work, but is
extremely reasonably priced compared to other
shops. Some of the custom pieces he has done
for our customers are remarkable,” Jim said.
If you are looking for an exceptional gift,
have some jewelry, coins or collectible items to
sell, are shopping for yourself, or perhaps are Lincoln Gold & Coin offers a variety of goods and treasures including many collectible
thinking about investing in gold or silver, you coins.
owe it to yourself to stop by their shop. ❖

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An artist at the Clay Day 2016 event worked on a pottery vase.

FREE CLAY DAY
art league of lincoln hosts annual event BY CAROL R. PERCY | PHOTOS ARE COURTESY

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nyone interested in clay art will have an opportunity to sculpt an unfired terracotta pipe on
Lincoln Clay Day 2017.
Sponsored by the Art League of Lincoln, the annual clay art event will feature clay art
projects for adults and children, a student ceramics exhibit and demonstration, and a variety of clay art
vendors and clay art-related shows.
Clay Day 2017 events are “a celebration of Earth Day and clay arts,” said Jean Cross, committee

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chairwoman for the event. Cross also serves as the nonprofit
organization’s creative art director and president of the Art
League of Lincoln’s board of directors.
Clay Day activities in the plaza will include a Rotary of
Lincoln-sponsored Kids’ Clay Camp, artists carving a clay
pipe, and demonstrations of clay art, Cross said.
During the events at Beermann Plaza, Art League docents
will lead escorted tours of historic downtown Lincoln. Sign
ups for the city history tours and discount coupons for down-
town Lincoln restaurants will be available at the Art League’s
booth on Clay
Day 2017, Cross
said. LINCOLN CLAY DAY
2017
As part of the
Clay Day cele- WHEN:
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bration, two art
shows will be fea- WHERE:
tured. At the Art Beermann Plaza, F and 5th streets in
downtown Lincoln
League of Lin-
coln, a Gladding, CONTACT:
McBean photo jcross@all4art.net, 916-209-3499
exhibit, “Through
the Artists’ Eyes,”
will be open from April 12 through May 13. The Art League
of Lincoln is located at 580 6th St. in downtown Lincoln
near Beermann Plaza.
In Lincoln City Hall’s second-floor rotunda, a historical
Jean Cross is the Art League of Lincoln’s Clay Day committee chairwoman.

exhibit of Gladding, McBean archi-
tectural terracotta and photos of the
interior of the pottery manufacturing
plant will be on display.
Clay Day celebrates what makes
Lincoln a special place to live, said
Joanne Johnson Felt, a Clay Day 2017
committee member.
“Be prepared for a day of family
fun activities: kids clay camp, music,
guided walking tours and artists carv-
ing clay pipes. There is something for
everyone to enjoy,” Johnson Felt said.
Those interested in carving an
unfired clay pipe should contact Cross
no later than April 1 at jcross@all4art.
net. Firing the clay will be the respon-
sibility of the artist, Cross said.
The fee for renting a vendor booth
or for “Teams of Clay” is $40, Cross
said. ❖

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FOR M M
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THEATER

WHEN THE KIDS MOVE BACK HOME

The cast of “Alone Together,” from left, Vikram Verma as Keith Butler, Don Zimmerman as Michael Butler, Genevieve
Schloesser as Janie Johnson and Jon Ball as Elliot Butler. Seated on couch Susan Gillespie and Ken Reiss as Helene and
George Butler.

COMEDY MAKES LIGHT OF BOOMERANG GENERATION
presented by lincoln theatre company
“A
SUBMITTED TO LINCOLN VIEW
lone Together,” a comedy about the “boomerang” generation
is coming to the Lincoln Theatre Company. While set in the “ALONE TOGETHER”
1980s, the play explores a common modern-day phenomenon: SHOWTIMES
Kids moving back with Mom and Dad. 7:30 p.m. April 21, 22, 28 and 29;
2 p.m. April 23 and 30
George and Helene Butler are practically drooling with anticipation
as they watch Keith, the youngest of three sons, drive off to start college. WHERE
Dreams of carefree days and passion-filled nights are quickly dashed when Lincoln Civic Auditorium, 511 Fifth Street in
eldest son Michael moves back in, unable to cope with his fellowship at downtown Lincoln
MIT. As the Butlers attempt to cope, Michael is followed soon after by mid- TICKETS
dle son Elliott whose wife has thrown him out of their Dallas home. (916) 409-7030 or
The final surprise is the unannounced arrival of retro flower child Janie, lincolntheatrecompany.org.
to who Keith has offered the use of his room while she attends a nearby
college. And, of course, Keith comes back too. The Butlers’ effort to regain
their independence and cope with varying personalities and problems of the
younger generation are delightful, and maybe hit close to home.
 This experienced cast of local and regional actors is led by Susan Gillespie and Ken Reiss. The
play is directed by Lincoln Theatre Company President Paul Schechter. It is sure to fully enter-
tain audiences with laughs and chuckles. 
 Tickets are expected to sell out quickly as did the recent “Music Man” production. Some
missed seeing it because of a total sell out even before the opening night. ❖
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TIME TO RIDE
Tour de Lincoln in May
BY NOELLE KONRAD | PHOTOS ARE COURTESY

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on’t let the name frighten you; this is indeed not a race,
but rather a gathering of the community in enjoyment
of gorgeously green hills, cycling, a great meal, and
fellowship.
“This is a ride, not a race,” Executive Director of Lincoln
Volunteer Center Bob Romness said.
This is the 16th year the Lincoln Volunteer Center has host-
ed the Tour de Lincoln. It is a ride for all ages and all varying
levels of expertise. The variety of courses ranges from a short
and leisurely 10 miles to the Metric Century 63 miles.
The Pleasure Cruise (10 mile) course is perfect for families
with young children or leisure riders and wraps along a section
of the Lincoln Hills Golf Course.
“That’s a nice family friendly route. It’s real simple,” Rom-
ness said.
The Rolling Hills (20 miles) route includes beautiful scenery
and with a little more of an incline for some additional chal-
lenge.
The Country Climb (40 miles) is when it starts to get
tougher. A 1,500 feet vertical gain come into play. However, the
beautiful valley views and quaint horse ranches are worth the
trip.
The last course option is the Metric Century (63 miles),
which provides all the views of Lincoln anyone could ask for
with a 3,800-foot vertical gain. Have a no fear; there are rest-
stops on all of these courses to refuel for the miles ahead.
“It’s a beautiful ride,” Romness said. “The 100k is actually
our most popular ride.”
People come from all over to experience this perfect spring

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TOUR DE LINCOLN
WHEN
Registration of 40-mile ride is at 7 a.m., for
the 10- and 20-mile ride it’s from 8-9:30 p.m.
May 16. Register at active.com

WHERE
All courses start at McBean Park in Lincoln

INFORMATION
tourdelincoln.org or (916) 645-6254

Registration is quick and easy. A Friday night pre-registra-
tion carb-up dinner is available for those who wish to keep the
fun going a day longer. A continental breakfast is also available
the morning of during registration.
“Because you’re chomping to get on your bike,” Romness
said.
All proceeds go to the Lincoln Volunteer Center and help
them benefit the community.
Their mission is “shaping our future by serving our com-
munity,” Romness said. “It’s all about engaging people in the
ride. Riders from as far as Napa Valley, San Jose, and Reno set this
community.” ❖
day on their calendars. Most, however, are local.
“Seventy-five percent comes outside of the Lincoln zip code,”
Romness said.
The even originated in 2002 as a fundraiser for the Lincoln Vol- 16th Annual
unteer Center. At the time, cycling wasn’t a very common communi-
ty event, but it was well received and has been growing ever since.
Tour de Lincoln
“In my former career, I owned a bicycle store, so I was in the Saturday, May 6
bicycle business for 25 years,” Romness said. “Then I got into the
nonprofit world.”
McBean Park-Lincoln, CA
The first year, 200 riders attended and in recent years, the average Cont. Breakfast - Great Rest Stops
is 600. After the ride, a scrumptious lunch will be catered in the park SAG - Post Ride BBQ
by Simple Pleasure with barbecue, salads, beans, chips and drinks.
Color coded arrows clearly line every course to avoid confusion Don’t miss this beautiful day of
and service clubs volunteer at each rest area with snacks and more. cycling in Placer Valley!
Beautiful ride with great food!
“They do a fabulous job,” Romness said.

10 mi. $20 40mi. $55
FREE PUBLIC 20 mi. $40 100K $55
EVENT
Fri. night 5/5 or ride day, add $10
11th
Annual For Overnight Lodging go to: www.PlacerTourism.com
Click on Accommodations, or call (916) 773-5400
ART
&
• Fri. Night 5/5 Pre-Reg/Packet Pickup Dinner - $15
• Sat. Post Ride Party - BBQ, Music, Beer & Wine Bar
CHOCOLATE • Register on active.com or download a Rider App.

Sat & Sun April 29 & 30 10am-5pm Download Rider App. - Tourdelincoln.org
Passport Maps & Artist’s Information (916) 645-6254 or info@tourdelincoln.org
www.artStudioTrek.com A Benefit Bike Ride for the Lincoln Volunteer Center

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Heartworm Disease, Ticks and Fleas Year Round!
Aprilevents
WANT TO SUBMIT AN EVENT TO THE CALENDAR?
Email calendar@goldcountrymedia.com.

Dr. Ann Lesch-Hollis, DVM
Dr. Christina Venable, DVM
41 Lincoln Blvd #10, Lincoln, CA 95648
(916) 543-9663
sterlingpointevetclinic.com

St. James
Episcopal Church
Feats of Clay presents America’s Clayfest V
Fifth annual International Exhibition of Ceramic Art April 12 - May 20 in
Located in Historic Downtown Lincoln Lincoln. See all4art.net or call (916) 209-3499.

Interim Priest Father Andrew Kadel
› Saturday, April 1
Sunday Service - 8:00am & 10:00am Art Fest -2017 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at High
916.645.1739 5th & L Street • www.stjameslincoln.org Hand Gallery, 3750 Taylor Road in Loomis. Event features a wide vari-
ety of art on display and for sale. Info: highhandgallery.com.

High Hand’s Succulent Extravaganza from 10 a.m.-noon at High
BARSTOOLS STARTING Hand Nursery, 3750 Taylor Road in Loomis. Free event features Robin
Stockwell, expert, author and Sunset’s Guru on succulents. RSVP and

AT ONLY $97!
Info: (916) 652-2065, highhand.com.

27th annual Tommy Apostolos Fund Dinner Dance at 5:30 p.m.
at Mahany Park, Sports Center in West Roseville. Tickets: $40 each;
HUGE SAVINGS $75 per couple. Event features dinner by Matt Williams’ gourmet
garage and music by the Keep on Truckin’ Band. Info: (916) 772-0667,
tommyafund.com.
on the Area’s Largest Selection of
Barstools, Casual Dining, Pub Sets › Sunday, April 2
Annual Run Rocklin offers a variety of athletic experiences – from
the flat 5K, the scenic 12K , the Run the Rock half-marathon to the Free
Kids Run. Proceeds support local charities. Johnson-Springview Park,
5480 5th St., Rocklin. Info: rocklin.ca.us.

› Friday, April 7
“Beauty and the Beast” at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, April 7, 8,
21, 22; and 2 p.m. Sundays, April 9 and 23 at Del Oro High School
Performing Arts Center, 3301 Taylor Road in Loomis. Tickets: $15
general; $10 seniors (55 and over), and youth 18 and under; special
group pricing available. Info: dramacompany.org.

BARSTOOL OUTLET
› Saturday, April 8
Gardening Classes from 9-10:30 April 8 and 13; at St. James Episco-
pal Church Community Garden, 490 K St. in Lincoln. Classes held in the
Conference Room and are conducted by Marie Salers, Placer County
Family Owned & Operated Master Gardener and Mona Bass, Garden Coordinator. Info: Mona Bass,
Over 40 Years Made In
(916) 390-0171.
The USA
Flood Water Roller Derby at 1 p.m. at the Placer County Fairgrounds,
3119 Penryn Rd. (I-80 & Penryn Rd.) 800 All America City Blvd. in Roseville. Cost: $10 general, $25 VIP
includes prime seating, waitress and bout expert to explain the game.
Tues.-Sat. 10-5 • 916-488-8680 Info: floodwaterrollerderby.org.
www.barstooloutlets.com • Toll Free 800-696-6041
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WANT TO SUBMIT AN EVENT TO THE CALENDAR?
Email calendar@goldcountrymedia.com. Aprilevents
Rocklin Reveal 2017 kicks off the 2017
entertainment season including a special City
of Rocklin open house. 11 a.m.–3 p.m. at
Quarry Park, 4000 Rocklin Road, Rocklin. Free
admission. Info: rocklin.ca.us.

› Sunday, April 9
Tea with Belle and Friends: a Beauty and
the Beast Special Event at 12:30 p.m. at
Del Oro High School Performing Arts Cen-
ter, 3301 Taylor Road in Loomis. Cost: $30
includes lemonade, tea sandwiches, cookies, a
special gift and Belle reading a story. Dress up
is encouraged. RSVP required. Info: drama-
company.org.

› Saturday, April 15
Loomis Community Easter Egg Hunt from
10 a.m.-1 p.m. (hunt at noon sharp) at H.
Clarke Powers School, 3296 Humphrey Road
in Loomis. Info: theoakschurchca.org. Sixth annual Lincoln Wine Fest
Will feature 19 Placer County wineries in downtown Lincoln retail locations paired with food from
Time Your Race and The Folsom Lake Grom Lincoln restaurants and other food providers. Live music, crafts, specialty vendors and prizes will
MTB Series have teamed up together for be at Beermann Plaza. 1-5 p.m. April 29 in Downtown Lincoln. Tickets in advance are $35 or on
a three-race Saturday morning series. This day of the event for $40. Tickets and info: lincolnwinefest.org.
series provides a place where youth mountain
bikers, ages 8 – 14 years old, can learn how
to race in a safe, fun environment. Johnson– “Alone Together,” a play about the boomer- with barbecue food for sale, petting zoo and
Springview Park, 5480 5th St., Rocklin. Cost: ang generation will perform 7:30 p.m. April activities for the kids.
$25–$30. Info: rocklin.ca.us. 21, 22, 28 and 29; 2 p.m. April 23 and 30 at
Lincoln Civic Auditorium, 511 Fifth St., Lincoln. › Sunday, April 30
› Wednesday, April 19 Tickets are available at (916) 409-7030 or Celebration of Arts features the work of art-
Wine Down Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30 lincolntheatrecompany.org. ists on the Loomis 13th annual Open Studios
p.m. Wednesdays through May 17 at Vernon Tour which will be on Mother’s Day weekend.
Street Town Square in Historic Downtown Ros- › Sunday, April 23 Activities include live music by Ellen Roots and
eville. Cost: $10 each night; or $50 season Grandparents Day: a Beauty and the the Harvest, Cafe Spring specials and free
pass includes all six weeks and a souvenir wine Beast Special Event at 2 p.m. at Del Oro wine barrel samples. Flower Farm Inn, 4150
glass. Info: Roseville.ca.us. High School Performing Arts Center, 3301 Auburn Folsom Road, Loomis. Info: (916) 652-
Taylor Road in Loomis. Special pricing: $8 per 4200, flowerfarminn.com/calendar.
“Fiddler of the Roof, Jr.” auditions from grandparent (accompanied by a child); $5 per
6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; child 10 and under. Info: dramacompany.org. › Tuesday, May 2
callbacks: April 22, rehearsals: April 27-June Roseville Downtown Tuesday Nights from
8; shows: June 9-18 at McLaughlin Theatre Sip, Savor and Support from 2-5 p.m. at the 5-9 p.m. through July 25 (except July 4th) at
Company, 3470 Swetzer Road in Loomis. Rocklin Event Center, 2650 Sunset Blvd. in Vernon Street Square, 311 Vernon St. in Down-
Event for ages 10 to 17. Info: (916) 652- Rocklin. Tickets: $30 each. Proceeds benefit town Roseville. Free event, open to everyone,
6377, mtctheatre.org. the Twin Oaks Elementary School of Rocklin. features live music with Madison Hudson and
Info: Rod Moniz, (916) 296-2709, Twin Oaks Dylan Scott, wine, ale, food, shopping, enter-
› Friday, April 21 Elementary, (916) 624-4101. tainment, kids zone, arts and crafts vendors.
“John Muir” with Lee Stetson at 7:30 p.m. Info: downtownrosevilleevents.com.
at Sierra College Rocklin, Dietrich Theatre, › Thursday, April 27
5000 Rocklin Road. Cost: $5 general, $2 Sierra College presents Intellectual Salon: › Sunday, May 7
students and seniors, museum members free. “Deaming in Fear” from 12:30-1:45 p.m. at Dinosaur Day and Science Fest from 9
Proceeds benefit the Sierra College Natural the Rocklin Campus Library, 2nd floor, 5000 a.m.-4 p.m. at Sierra College Rocklin, Natural
History Museum. Info: (916) 660-7926. Rocklin Road. Presenter: Hugo Lopez, ASSC History Museum, 5000 Rocklin Road. Cost:
President and Dr. Reyes Ortega, Counselor and $5 general, $2 students and seniors, museum
› Saturday, April 22 History Department. Info: Joe Medeiros, (916) members free. Proceeds benefit the Sierra
Color Fun Fest 5K will have energetic music, 660-8250, jmedeiros@sierracollege.edu. College Natural History Museum. Info: (916)
carnival activities and runners are showered 660-7926.
with 10,000 pounds of color as they navigate › Friday, April 28
the course. Offering a day and night run, pro- Del Oro FFA hosts the eighth annual Plant I Love the 80’s Fun Run: 8:30 a.m. group
ceeds benefit the Just Care More Foundation, Sale and Open House from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at warm-up; 9 a.m. 10K start; 9:15 a.m. 5K
providing foster kids and underprivileged youth the Del Oro High School Farm (lower parking start; 11 a.m. cutoff time. Event at Vernon
with endurance and life-altering activities. 4–10 lot from main entrance, behind the portables). Street Town Square in Historic Downtown
p.m. Johnson- Springview Park, 5480 5th St., Event features plant sale and open house Roseville. Cost: $25-$35 before April 6; $35-
Rocklin. Cost: $0 – $50, price depends on age activities including, aquaponics, ag mechan- $45 after April 7. After the run stay for the
and size of group. Info: rocklin.ca.us. ics/welding, car wash, livestock and poultry dance party, contests and more 80’s activities.
management, gardening and FFA/Leadership Registration and Info: Roseville.ca.us.
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Aprilevents › Ongoing
entertainment &
community events

Live shows 1st Fridays from 6-9 p.m. the
first Friday of each month and
2nd Saturdays from 5-8 p.m.
Sun City Lincoln Hills the second Saturday of each
month at Dunn’s Fine Art and
Orchard Creek Lodge Amphitheater, 965 Orchard Creek Lane in Lincoln. Information and ticket sales: Framing, 96 Lincoln Blvd., Suite
(916) 408-4310, suncity-lincolnhills.org A and B in Lincoln. Meet the
featured artist, along with music,
snacks and wine. Gallery hours
Thursday, April 6 Thursday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays
Joel: A Tribute to the “Destinations” Fashion through Fridays; from 10 a.m.
Songs of Billy Joel to 4 p.m. Saturdays, closed
Show Sundays and Mondays. Info:
7 p.m. Casual wear, social, (916) 587-3445.
sport, and semi-formal
Thursday, April 20 outfits will be presented Free clothes to all in need
Two of Us: An by local boutique shops from 10 a.m. to noon the
Acoustic Tribute to as well as established fourth Friday of each month at
Lennon-McCartney Lincoln Better Living Center,
fashion stores 600 McBean Park Drive in
The group features The 11 a.m. Lincoln. Sponsored by the Placer
Sun Kings’ Drew Harri- Benevolent Foundation and
son and Jim Funk. Two of Us local organizations. Info: (916)
7 p.m. 316-3307.

Lincoln Area Archives
Museum is open from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Tuesday through
Friday and the first Saturday of
each month. Walking tours are
given on the first Saturday by
reservation only. The museum is
located at 640 5th St., Lincoln.
Thunder Valley Casino Resort Info: (916) 645-3800
1200 Athens Ave. in Lincoln. Information and ticket sales: (916) 408-7777, thundervalleyresort.com. Roseville Museum Day from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the first
Friday, April 7 Saturday, April 29 Saturday of each month at The
Carlos Mencia Life In The Fast Lane: Carnegie Museum, 557 Lincoln
Delve into the Songs Of The Eagles St. and The Telephone Museum,
‘Mind of Mencia’ Charity event with great 106 Vernon St. in Roseville. Info:
consolidated.com/museum,
7:30 p.m. tribute band rosevillehistorical.org.
7:30 p.m.
Friday, April 21 Jerry McClendon, a one-man
AbbaFab: The Premier Saturday, May 6 band plays from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Abba Experience Jake Shimabukuro Wednesdays at Beermann’s
Unmatched Abba Innovative ukulele Restaurant, upstairs, 645 Fifth
tribute, from Waterloo virtuoso St. in Lincoln.
to Xanadu 7:30 p.m. Karaoke is at 7 p.m. Thursdays,
7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway in
Friday, April 28 Lincoln.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Swing revival band Karaoke is at 9 p.m. Thursdays,
rocks It In style Fridays and Saturdays at Dillian’s
Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd., in
7:30 p.m. Lincoln.

Karaoke is at 9:30 p.m. Fridays
at Orchid Thai Cuisine, 835
Twelve Bridges Blvd., Lincoln.
› Farmers’ Markets
Open mic from 6-9 p.m. first
Outdoor Pickers’ Market open Boulevard and East Roseville Farmers’ Market from 8 a.m. Friday of the month at the Beach
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. every fourth Parkway in Roseville. Info: to 1 p.m. Saturdays at the Vernon Hut Deli, 880 Sterling Parkway,
foothillfarmersmarket.com. Suite 30. Info: 543-0101.
Sunday rain or shine at Hand Street Town Square in Roseville.
Pickin Emporium, 4155 Rocklin Event features certified organic The Shorties perform comedy
Road in Rocklin. Info: Barb or Bob Farmers’ Market from 10 fruits and vegetables, gourmet for the entire family at 7 p.m.
Pratt at handpickin@aol.com. a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kaiser Clinic, specialty foods, artisan and craft Saturdays at The Showdown
1001 Riverside Ave., (Riverside items along with live music from Theater, 3101 Sunset Blvd.,
Foothill Farmers’ Market from at Cirby), Roseville. Info: local musicians. Suite 3A in Rocklin. $12 adults,
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays hicksvilleacres@sbcglobal.net. $6 children and $25 for a family.
Wednesdays. Information: (916) 749-3100.
year around at Whole foods
Market at the Fountains, Galleria

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› Library events
Book Club meets at 2 p.m. the second Thurs-
day of the month at Rocklin Library, Community
Room, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. Info: (916)
WANT TO SUBMIT A CLUB HAPPENING?
Email calendar@goldcountrymedia.com. Areaclubs
624-3133.
Doggone Good Reading Group meets from
› Political › Health
2:30-3:30 p.m. at Rocklin Library 4890 Granite Placer Tea Party meets from 7-8:30 p.m. at Rocklin Free Open Gyms for community from 8-10 p.m. Tues-
Drive, Rocklin. Children are less hesitant to read Parks and Recreation Bldg., 5460 Fifth St. in Rocklin. days and Thursday nights at California Fame All Stars, 354
out loud to a dog than to peers. There will be two Information: placerteaparty.com. Third Wednesdays. S. Sunrise Ave. Roseville. A safe place for kids ages 2 to
dogs with handlers. For ages 5 and up. Register college to practice their skills with USUASF certified coach-
to guarantee a reading time (916) 624-3133. The 5 Cities Democratic Club meets from 11:15 a.m. es standing by. Info: 408-4800. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Second Tuesday. -1:15 p.m. at Round Table Pizza, 6111 Horseshoe Bar
Family story time meets from 3:30 to 4 p.m. Road, Loomis, the third Saturday of each month. Informa- Lincoln Multiple Sclerosis meeting starts at 1 p.m. at
Wednesdays at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 tion: Rosie at (530) 886-8199. Third Saturdays. Sun City Lincoln Hills, Kilaga Springs, Sierra Room, 1167
Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln, for ages up to 7 Sun City Blvd. Info: call Marilyn Sharp at (916) 837-4464.
with caregiver. Sponsored by Friends of Lincoln The Roseville Junction Democratic Club meets from First Tuesdays.
Library. Info: (916) 434-2408. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the last Saturday of the month in Rose-
ville. Speakers keep you informed on the local, state and Lincoln Parkinson’s Support Group meets from
The Friends of the Lincoln Library Board
national issues. Location and info: Bill, (916) 740-2889; 10-11:30 a.m. the third Tuesday of the month at Granite
of Directors meet at 2 p.m. the second
Tuesday of each month at Twelve Bridges Library, Maria, (916) 749-3898. Last Saturday. Springs Church, 1170 E. Joiner Parkway in Lincoln. Open
Fir Room, 485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. to all. Info: Brenda, (916) 253-7537.
Everyone welcome.
Friends of the Roseville Public Library › Business Neuropathy Support Group at 1 p.m. at Sierra Pointe
Senior Residence, 5161 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville. Info: Bev
Used Book Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. Anderson (877) 622-6298. Second Wednesdays on odd
10 at the Downtown Library, 225 Taylor St. Coffee Connection is at 8 a.m. at the Loomis Train
Depot, 5775 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Join the numbered months.
Prices: $2 hardcover, $1 paperbacks and 25-cent
children’s books. Sale also includes older sheet Loomis Basin Chamber of Commerce for networking and
music and crafting books. Proceeds support the updates from Placer County officials. Bagels from Raley’s Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program, meets
Roseville Library’s program and materials budget. and coffee from Starbucks. Info: manager@loomischam- every Monday from 7 to 8 p.m. at Creekside Church,
Info: rosevillefriendsofthelibrary.org. ber.com. First Thursdays. 290 Technology Way, Suite 300 (near Industrial Ave.) in
Rocklin. Info: Margaret at (530) 321-2829. Mondays.
Health and Wellness Series: Ayurveda
for Everyday Living from 6:30-7:30 p.m. the The Horseshoe Bar/Penryn MAC meeting 7 p.m. at
the Loomis Veteran’s Memorial Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar Overeaters Anonymous, a 12-step program, meets
third Tuesday of the month at the Loomis Library,
6050 Library Drive in Loomis. Program presented Road in Loomis. Info: (530) 889-4010 ask for the aid for every Wednesday from 6-7 p.m. at Kaiser Women’s and
by The Friends of Loomis Library. Speaker: District 3. Fourth Tuesdays. Children’s Blvd, Room B18, 1640 Eureka Blvd. In Roseville.
Heather Anthony, clinical Ayurveda specialist. Info: Info: Margaret (530) 321-2829. Wednesdays.
Bonnie London, RN, friendsloomislibrary@gmail. Lincoln Business Network meets at 7:15 a.m. Fridays at
com. Awful Annie’s, 490 Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Business Helping TOPS meeting weigh-in is at 5:15 p.m. and meeting is
Business. Info: (916) 726-1984. First, second and third at 5:30 p.m. at Century 21 office, 801 Sterling Parkway,
Homework Center from 2:45-4:45 p.m. Fridays.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the Twelve Bridges Lincoln. Meetings open to everyone. Information: Gina at
Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. (916) 645-1256. Mondays.
Everyone welcome. Rural Lincoln MAC meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Mt.
Pleasant Hall, 3333 Mt. Pleasant Road in Lincoln. Info: TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at
Mother Goose on the Loose has two ses- Aide to District 2 at (530) 889-4010. Third Mondays. St. James Church, 479 L St., Lincoln. Information: Jackie
sions at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Thursdays at Burnett at 408-3024. Thursdays.
the Twelve Bridges Library, Lincoln. Information: Sheridan MAC meets at 7 p.m. at Stewart Hall, 6005
(916) 434-2410 or libraryatlincoln.org. First, Camp Far West Road in Sheridan. Info: Aide for District 2 Zumba class is from 9-10 a.m. at the LDS Church, 3345
second and fourth Thursdays. at (530) 889-4010. Second Wednesdays. Margaret Drive in Loomis. Free. Information: Sharon at
Poets Club of Lincoln open mic is from 3 to (916) 580-9499. Tuesdays.
5 p.m. at Twelve Bridges Library, Willow Room,
485 Twelve Bridges Drive in Lincoln. Open to › Health
the public. Guests can read up to three poems. › Veterans
Second Sunday. Caregiver Support group meets 9-10:30 a.m. at the
12 Bridges Lincoln Library, 1285 Twelve Bridges Drive The Semper Fi Association welcomes Marines and Navy
Reading Buddies meet from 4-5 p.m. Tues- in Lincoln. Open to caregivers caring for others with any
days at Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. Corpsmen to their monthly breakfast meetings at 9 a.m. the
A one-on-one reading program where teens read disease or ailment. Info: Brenda Cathey, (916) 253-7537. first Monday of the month at Legends Sports Bar and Grill,
to children ages 3-5. No reservations necessary. Third Thursdays. 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. in Roseville. Info: Mike Scott,
(916) 624-3133. (916) 435-3940, semperfiassociation.org. First Mondays.
Celiac disease informational meeting is at 7 p.m. at
Rocklin Kids Book Club meets at 4 p.m. at Rocklin Public Library, Community Room, 4890 Granite Drive Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 3010 meets the sec-
Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr., Rocklin. For in Rocklin. Info: Will and Carol at (916) 663-9725. Second ond Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Veterans
students in grades 3-5. Registration required. Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. All veterans are
Wednesdays.
Info: (916) 624-3133. First Tuesday. invited to join. Bring your DD214. Second Wednesdays.
Story Time at 10:30 a.m. Fridays at the Loomis Dare2BeFit Workout Group meets at 6 a.m. Tuesdays Veterans of Foreign Wars, The Placer Patriot Post
Library, 6050 Library Drive in Loomis. Info: friend- and Thursdays at Joiner Park, 1701 Nicholaus Road in
sloomislibrary.org. 904 meets at 7 p.m. at the Loomis Veterans Memorial
Lincoln. Free for all levels. Participants to bring mat and
water. Info: Serena Olson, (916) 295-3527, facebook. Hall, 5945 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information:
Time for Twos meets from 10:30-11 a.m. com/dare2befit. Chuck.Spinks@kimley-horn.com. Second Tuesdays.
Thursdays at Rocklin Library, 4890 Granite Dr.,
Rocklin. Bring your 2 year olds, come ready to Women Veterans Alliance South Placer Chapter
Emotions Anonymous Meetings from 6-7 p.m. at the meets from 6-8 p.m. at Old Town Pizza, 120 Church St.
dance, sing and look at some great books. Info:
(916) 624-3133. Roseville Downtown Library, 225 Taylor St. (inside keep in Roseville. Open to any woman currently serving or have
to right; look for “EA” sign on room door). A fellowship served. Info: (916) 253-7357, womenveteransalliance.
Preschool Storytime meets from 11:30 a.m. of people sharing and working on any kind of emotional org. First Tuesday.
to noon. Thursdays at Rocklin Library, 4890 Gran- issues (e.g. anxiety, depression). Info: emotionsanony-
ite Dr., Rocklin. For Preschool, ages 3-5 years mous.org. Tuesdays.
old. Info: (916) 624-3133.
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, a free 12-step
› Soroptimist
Wee Read Baby Lap Sit meets from 10:30-
11:30 a.m. Fridays at Rocklin Library, 4890 program for those suffering from food obsession, over- Soroptimist International of Lincoln’s speaker and
Granite Dr., Rocklin. For children up to 2 years eating, under-eating or bulimia, meets 7 p.m. at St. John’s lunch meeting is from noon to 1 p.m. at Buonarrotti’s,
old. Info: (916) 624-3133. Episcopal Church, 2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Roseville. 460 Lincoln Blvd. in Lincoln. Information: President Con-
Info: (781) 932-6300, (916) 761-3009, or foodaddicts.org. nie Pool at (916) 300-5573. First and third Wednesdays.
Mondays.
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› Soroptimist › Lions › General
Soroptimist International of Loomis Basin meets at Loomis Lions Club meets at 12:15 p.m. the first Native Daughters of the Golden West meet at 2
5:30 p.m. the first and third Wednesdays at the Loomis Tuesday of the month at Veterans Memorial Hall, 5945 p.m. at the Veterans Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Second
Train Depot, 3883 Taylor Road, at corner of Horseshoe Horseshoe Bar Road, and the third Tuesday of the month at Thursdays.
Bar and Taylor Roads in Loomis. Visitors encouraged Secret Ravine Vineyard, 4390 Gold Trail Way, Loomis. Call
Henry at (916) 390-4884. First and third Tuesdays. Placer County Writing Group meets from 9-10:30
and welcome. Info: Erika Rotchford, eflick238@gmail. a.m. Wednesdays at The Flower Farm, Bocce Court,
com. First and third Wednesdays. 4150 Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information:
› Rotary flowerfarminn.com. Wednesdays.
Voices of Lincoln Toastmasters meet from 6:30-7:45
p.m. at the Twelve Bridges Library, 485 Twelve Bridges Lincoln Rotary meeting is at noon in the Lincoln Placer County Youth Orchestra meets at 5 p.m. at
Drive in Lincoln. Information: voicesoflincoln.toastmas- Woman’s Clubhouse at the corner of Fifth and E streets. Olympus Jr. High School, 2625 La Croix Drive, Roseville.
tersclubs.org. Second and fourth Thursdays. Information: lincolncarotary.org. Thursdays. Orchestra has 75 musicians and three graded orchestras
Lincoln Rotary Sunset meeting is from 6-7 p.m. for ages 8-21. Auditions required. Info: mhartung@pcyo.
org. Second Wednesday.
› Toastmasters the first and third Thursday of the month at Beermann’s
Restaurant, 645 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Info: 844-CLUB (2582),
lincolncarotary.org. First and third Thursdays. Rods & Relics of Lincoln Hills dinner meeting starts
The Toastmasters, Kaiser Thrive Talkers Speaking
at 5 p.m. with business meeting at 6:15 p.m. at Turkey
Club meets from 7:15-8:30 a.m. Tuesdays at Kaiser Loomis Sunset Rotary Club meets at 5:30 p.m. at Creek Golf Club, 1526 Highway 193 in Lincoln. Owners
Permanente Medical Center, Building C, Room C10A, Leo’s Bar & Grille, 3129 Penryn Road in Penryn. $9 for
of 1975 and older American-made cars, American-pow-
1600 Eureka Road in Roseville. Info: ajc4771@gmail. dinner and refreshments. The public is welcome. Tuesdays.
ered vehicles are welcome. Information: rodsnrelics.net
com. Tuesdays. Rotary Club: Rocklin, Loomis Basin meets at 5:30 or Rich Ragan, (916) 408-1950. Third Thursdays.
p.m. at The Window Box Café, 6835 Five Star Blvd. in
Toastmasters, Articulator’s Speaking Club meets from Rocklin (new site). Information: (916) 497-1321, rocklin- Roseville Chapter No. 9 of the Widowed Persons
9-10:15 a.m. at 548 Gibson Drive, Ste 200, Roseville. loomisrotary.com. Wednesdays.
Association general meeting and luncheon at Woodcreek
Info: (916) 624-6000. Wednesdays. Country Club, 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd., Roseville.
› General Off Highway 65 between Blue Oaks and Pleasant Grove
› American Legion Art League of Lincoln open membership meeting is
boulevards. Info and time: Bonnie Garcia (916) 990-9751.
Second Friday.
The American Legion, James E. Fowler, Post No. at 6 p.m. at the Art League of Lincoln, 580 Sixth St. in
264 meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of Lincoln. Information: (916) 209-3499 or info@all4art. Roseville Genealogical Society meets from 1-3 p.m.
each month in the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541, Fifth net. First Wednesdays.
at Maidu Senior Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. in Roseville.
St. in Lincoln. Information: Commander at (916) 409- Boy Scouts Lincoln Troop 160 meets from 7-8:30 Everyone welcome. Info: rgsca.org. Second Tuesday.
6750 or commander@lincolnlegion.org. First and third p.m. Tuesdays at the Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth
Wednesdays. St. in downtown Lincoln. Information: troop160lincoln. Roseville Historical Society meets at 4 p.m. at the
org. Tuesdays. Carnegie Museum, 557 Lincoln St., Roseville. Everyone is
The American Legion, John A. Stacker Post No. invited. (916) 773-3003. Second Tuesday.
‘Bridges’ Faith Base Singles Group, meets from
775 meets at 6 p.m. the first Monday of the month at
7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays at Life Community Church,
the Loomis Veteran’s Memorial Hall, Legion room, 5945 Silver Star Parlor No. 63, Native Sons of the Gold-
Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Open to veterans and 10020 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville. Childcare provided.
en West meets at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Area Archives
those currently in active duty. Info: Fuzzy Jarnagin at (916) Info: bridgessacramento.com. Thursdays.
Museum, 640 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Information: President
798-8586, fuzzy@calwisp.com or americanlegion775.org. Tom Jones at (916) 645-1644. Third Thursdays.
CoDA Twelve-Step Group meets at 7 p.m. Mondays
First Mondays.
at the Shepherd of the Sierra Presbyterian Church, The
Youth Center, 5400 Barton Road in Loomis. Open meet- Sons In Retirement Bocce Group meets from 10
› Kiwanis ing for anyone seeking “healthy and loving relationships a.m.-noon Wednesdays at The Flower Farm, 4150
Horseshoe Bar Road in Loomis. Information: flower-
with others and ourselves.” Information: Sandy at (916)
Lincoln Kiwanis dinner meeting is at 6 p.m. the first 865-7514 or Joyce at (916) 955-3822. Mondays. farminn.com. Wednesdays.
Tuesday of the month; breakfast meetings from 7 to 8 a.m.
all other Tuesdays at Buonarroti’s, 460 Lincoln Blvd. Guests GriefShare meets from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Tuesdays Sons in Retirement, Lincoln/Roseville branch, meets
are welcome. Information: President Patricia Everett at through May 2 at Granite Springs Church, 1170 E. Join- from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. meets from 11:30 a.m.
(916) 201-4608 or lincolnkiwanis.org. Tuesdays. er Parkway in Lincoln. A faith-based support group for --1:30 p.m. at Catta Verdera Golf and Country Club (New
people grieving the death of someone close to them.
Location), 1111 Catta Verdera in Lincoln. Lunch: $20 for
Kiwanis Club of Rocklin meets at 11:45 a.m. Info: (916) 645-9620, lincca.gs@gmail.com. Tuesdays.
a three course meal. Guest speaker: Ed Page talks about
Thursdays (except the third Thursday) at Strikes Family Fun
trip to Cuba. Info: Chet Winton (916) 408-8708. Third
Center, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin. Info: Marie, (916) Del Oro Moms in Prayer meets from 8:14-9:30
315-8699. Every Thursday but the third. Tuesdays.
a.m. Wednesdays. Information: Cathy at (916) 652-
5658. Wednesdays.
Kiwanis Club of Rocklin meets at 6 p.m. the third Winds of Faith community Band Rehearsals from
Thursday of each month for dinner at Strikes Family Fun 7-9 p.m. at Olympus Jr. High School, 2625 La Croix Drive
Center, 5681 Lonetree Blvd. in Rocklin. Info: Marie, (916) Fellowship of Christian Athletes breakfast and
speaker at 8 a.m. the second Friday of the month at Lin- in Roseville. Info: Van B. Crane, (707)363-1679, vcrane@
315-8699. Third Thursdays. windsoffaith.com. Tuesdays.
coln Hills Community Church, 950 East Joiner Parkway
Kiwanis of Lincoln Foothills lunch meeting is from in Lincoln. Breakfast: $10. Info: Rodger Oswald (916)
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. the first and third Fridays of the 543-2032. Second Fridays, except for December. Woman’s Club of Lincoln meets at 1 p.m. the fourth
month at Turkey Creek Country Club, 1525 Highway Tuesday of each month followed by meeting at 1:30
193 in Lincoln. Lunch available for $13. Guests wel- Lincoln Dirt Gardeners Club meets at 1 p.m. at p.m. at 499 5th St. in Lincoln. Guests welcome.
come. RSVP and information: Rae at (916) 251-6241. Lincoln City Hall, 600 Sixth St., 311. Information: Pat Info: facebook.com/womanscluboflincolnca. Fourth
First and third Fridays. Roemer at (916) 408-8026. Third Tuesdays. Tuesday.
Lincoln Golden Club meets at noon at Lincoln Veter-
› Lions ans Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Meetings are followed Women’s Success Today monthly meeting at 1:30
by potluck luncheon and bingo. Information: Mary Weir p.m. at Claim Jumpers, 250 Harding Blvd. in Roseville.
Lincoln Hills Lions Club meets at noon at the Lincoln at (916) 645-2818. First Wednesdays. Guests welcome. Info: womenssuccesstoday.com, Dr.
Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Info: Sue or Pat Gayman, 409-9227, drpat@aabcoach.com. Second
Bob at (916) 543-0002. First and third Thursdays. Newcastle Contra Costa Dance, newcomers ori- Thursday. ❖
entation at 7:30 p.m. starts at 8 p.m. at the Newcastle
Portuguese Hall, 690 Taylor Road, Newcastle. Cost
Lincoln Host Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. at the Veter-
is $5 for kids, $8 for adults or $20 max for families.
an’s Hall, 541 Fifth St. in Lincoln. Information: lincolnlions-
club.org. First and third Mondays. Beginners welcome, no partner necessary. Info:
foothilldancers.org or Lonna at 530-346-0099. Third
Saturdays.

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REAL ESTATE

CURB Welcome back green lawns
APPEAL O ur residential yards have loved the
amount of rain that we have had this
year.
what I wanted it to do. Grass tends to need a lot
of nitrogen and doesn’t usually need much phos-
phorous or potassium. 
Now that spring is here and if you are think- Looking at your lawn, you can judge what nu-
ing about selling your home, remember that curb trients it needs to become green and healthy.  An
appeal goes a long way. A green lawn can entice established lawn mainly needs nitrogen to green
buyers. up, so you would buy a fertilizer with a large num-
At my home we usually mow and start watering ber followed by two smaller numbers. A new lawn
earlier than mid-March, but the boys and I just (from seed or sod) needs a lot more phosphorous
did our first mow of the season. The grass was tall to produce roots, so you would buy a bag with a
and I wanted to get out earlier, but some areas small number followed by two larger numbers.
were still a little too wet. As we get into the heat of the summer, the
BY GARTH EVANS While we were working, my wife was making lawn becomes stressed and needs more potassium.
a stop in town so I asked her to pick up some In this case you would purchase a fertilizer with
“weed-n-feed” to help green up the lawn and get a large number, followed by a small number, then
rid of some of the clover that had sprouted up. another large number almost equal to the first
After a series of text messages and pictures of number.
MINERALS FOR certain bags of fertilizer and asking me which one In order to keep your lawn looking green and
THE LAWN to get, I think she finally decided on the cheapest lush through the year, it is a good idea to fertil-
Nitrogen is essential for one. It got me thinking. From a young age, my ize early in the spring as things start to warm up
growth and produces thick Dad taught me to mow and care for the yard and and the plants begin to grow. Most lawn people
and lush green blades. garden (I hated Saturday mornings) and although recommend another application in the middle of
A nitrogen deficiency is
evident by slow growth and
I don’t remember him sitting me down and summer as the lawn begins to be stressed from the
yellowing grass. explaining bagged fertilizer, I just sort of grew up heat and then again in the fall to prepare the lawn
knowing what type to use for which application. for the cooler weather.
Phosphorus is good for
root growth and helps If you aren’t sure about what type of fertilizer to Now that you know what the numbers mean,
plants mature quickly. use on your lawn, hopefully the following sum- get out and get the fertilizer your lawn’s needs,
Phosphorus is needed for
new lawns. mary will help, perhaps even making your lawn especially if your home is on the market.
greener than the neighbors’. Let’s all do what we can to make an already
Potassium helps grass
tolerate changing weather First of all, bagged fertilizers always have three beautiful Placer County an even more lovely place
and resist disease. The numbers. The first number is nitrogen, the second to live.
potassium percentage is phosphorous and the third is potassium. The
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should be higher than the NPK rating you want for grass usually is a large
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FINANCE

PART TWO

4 questions to ask a financial
professional before you choose them
BY GARRETT KONRAD

L
ast month I wrote an article on some of the most com- Add up the returns and divide them by four.
mon types of financial professionals. I discussed some Now let’s look at the dollars. The $100,000 doubled to
of the differences as well as considerations. $200,000. Then it got cut in half to $100,000. It doubled to
Now that you have an understanding of the differences, it $200,000 again. Then got cut in half to $100,000 again. An
is time to hire someone. Where do you start? Here are a few actual annualized rate of return of zero percent. You didn’t
conversation starters to get an idea of who you want to work earn a single dollar in those four years even though the
with and who can help you with your specific needs: averaged rate of return for those four years was 25 percent!
So ignore the average.
1. “WHAT LICENSES OR DESIGNATIONS DO YOU CARRY?”
You are looking to identify what this person can do and 4. “WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM YOUR PROCESS?”
give advice for your financial future. Knowing what to expect will help you determine how
comfortable you are working with this professional, as well
2. “DO YOU TAKE TAXATION AND INFLATION INTO ACCOUNT? as how they will approach meeting your financial goals. It
HOW?” also doesn’t hurt to know they have a process and will be
Some professionals don’t include how taxes impact a organized while working with you.
financial plan or retirement plan. Many don’t include how
inflation will impact your numbers. Hopefully this gives you some ideas and courage to
interview a financial pro or two. I know it can be intimidat-
3. “DO YOU USE AVERAGE OR ACTUAL ANNUALIZED RATE OF ing. Just remember, you are hiring a professional to provide a
RETURN HISTORICALS?” service. Don’t be intimidated, don’t be afraid to ask questions,
to challenge answers or ideas you aren’t comfortable with,
What you are looking for here is an actual annualized
and don’t make emotional decisions when deciding whom to
history. Average rate of return is simply smoke and mirrors.
work with.
Here is an overtly analytical and hypothetical example for
illustrative purposes: If you have a $100,000 portfolio and
Garrett Konrad is a lifelong resident of Placer County and has been a
the market went up 100 percent, down 50 percent, up 100 trusted voice in local written publications, seminars and radio, and is
percent, then down 50 percent over four years, that is an starting his own podcast titled “Don’t Waste Your Wealth.” He and his
company IFC are registered investment advisors, member FINRA. This is
average rate of return of 25 percent. Double check my math. not a solicitation for the sale of securities.

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